ICC Cricket World Cup – England vs West Indies: head to head matches

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On June 14, Friday England vs West Indies World Cup 2019 match will be played at Rose Bowl Cricket Ground, 3:00 pm IST. England and West Indies have met several times in World Cup Cricket and it is the English Lions who have a higher winning percentage in the statistics.

England have faced  West Indies   6 times before in the matches played between them across the 11 editions of the ICC Cricket World Cup so far. Out of these 6 games, England have won 5 games, while windies have come out victorious only on one occasion, England have a winning percentage of 83.33 against Windies.

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2011 England won by 18 runs
2007 England won by 1 wicket
1992 England won by  6 wickets
1987 England won by 2 wickets
1987 England won by 34 runs
1979 West Indies won by 92 runs

 

In this edition of ICC World Cup, England have played three matches so far, first on May 30 against South Africa, second against Pakistan on June 03 and third against Bangladesh on June 08. They have won the first and third match, while they got defeat by Pakistan by 14 runs in their second match of this season.

West Indies have also appeared for the three matches against Pakistan, Australia and South Africa till now, and they have won their season opener match with Pakistan by 7 wickets, while in the second match The Kangaroos won the match by 15 runs and unfortunately the third match with South Africa got abolished after the 7.3 overs due to rain.

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