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England countered in the second ODI, narrowly defeating the West Indies by 6 wickets.

England countered in the second ODI, narrowly defeating the West Indies by 6 wickets.

After poor performances in 2023, the England team reached the West Indies tour where they started the ODI series. England had lost the first ODI by 4 wickets. But England made a comeback in the second game and won by 6 wickets. The second ODI was played at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. In the game, England first beat the West Indies and then won the one-sided game by 4 wickets.

In the game, England won the toss and came out bowling, and the English bowlers justified captain Jos Buttler’s decision with all West Indies for 202 runs in 39.4. Captain Shai Hope played an innings of 68 runs for West Indies. Additionally, Sherfane Rutherford scored 63 runs. Captain Hope’s innings included six fours and a six, and Rutherford hit seven fours and a six in the innings.

Chasing the target of 203 runs, England won by 4 wickets in 32.5 overs. Philip Salt and Will Jacques gave the team a good start. Both put together a partnership of 50 runs in 35 balls for the first wicket. This partnership was broken in the sixth over by the wicket of Salt, who returned to the pavilion after scoring 21 runs with the help of 4 fours.

Then, in the 11th over, Jack Crowley came out with a personal score of 03 runs. Ben Duckett then fell for three runs in the 13th over. Then opener Will Jacques, who was nearing his century, was eliminated in the 20th over after scoring 73 runs in 72 balls. His innings included 6 fours and 4 sixes.

Afterwards, captain Jos Buttler and Harry Brook formed an unbroken partnership of 90* runs in 78 balls for the fifth wicket and led the team to victory. Butler scored 58* in 45 balls and Brook scored 43* in 49 balls.

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