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Andre Russell will make an international comeback when West Indies play England in the fourth ODI at the National Cricket Stadium in St George's, Grenada on Wednesday, February 27, 2019. The game will begin at 9:30 AM local, 1:30 PM GMT. The five-match series is currently tied 1-1 between the two rivals. England won first, then Windies came back and then the third one was abandoned due to rain at the same venue on Monday.

TV telecast and online streaming info

WI v ENG 4th ODI will be broadcast on Sky Sports Cricket in the United Kingdom. Sky Sports will also stream the matches of this tour Live on the website. Willow TV will broadcast the match in the United States while Willow TV online will also provide the online streaming on its website.

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Read: Cricket Live Score: Sky Sports live streaming England vs West Indies 3rd ODI at 14 GMT

Stokes likely to replace Hales

Alex Hales was brought into the XI for the third ODI, but according to the Cricbuzz report, the decision was taken as Ben Stokes was injured. If Stokes recovers, then it is likely that Hales will be benched again.

Chris Woakes had also come in the XI in place of Tom Curran and with an extra day of rest, Woakes should be fitter than he was after the first game. Other than these two changes, England may not even consider trying anything new.

Braithwaite might get benched

West Indies had opted for an unchanged XI in the previous game, which eventually got washed out.

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The plan seems to be very clear as far as the hosts are concerned. They don't want to change a side which scored 360 in a losing cause and won another game. Sheldon Cottrell will pose some concerns for the visitors while Chris Gayle, Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer have been in some good form with the bat. One good news for the Windies' fans would be the fact that Andre Russell is back in the squad and will likely replace Carlos Braithwaite.

Cricbuzz had predicted a high-scoring game in the third ODI, but the rain had abandoned it.

Now with all the rain and moisture around the ground, the scores may not be so high on a slow outfield. Bowlers with variations could just turn out to be effective. The rain is likely to stay away on Wednesday, else it would be really disappointing to watch consecutive games being abandoned.

Also read: India vs Australia 2nd T20 live streaming on Star Sports, Hotstar at 7 PM IST