Nicholas Pooran is likely to make his debut when West Indies take on England in the first ODI at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados on Wednesday, February 20, 2019.

Live updates:

Windies 66/1

The match will start at 11:00 AM Local, 3:00 PM GMT.

The second ODI will also be played at the same venue on February 22, while the third and the fourth ODI will be played in Grenada on February 25 and 27.

The fifth and the final game will be held in St Lucia on March 2. The home team will be high in confidence after clinching the Test series 2-1 last week.

WI v ENG 1st broadcast details

Sky Sports Cricket will broadcast WI v ENG 1st ODI in the United Kingdom while Willow TV will telecast the match in the United States. Sony ESPN will televise the matches in India and it's subcontinent.

Willow TV online, Sky Sports and SonyLiv will stream the matches of this tour live in their respective websites.

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Bishoo-Joseph to fight for one spot

Chris Gayle will be back in the West Indies ODI side while Nicholas Pooran is likely to make his debut in the format.

According to the Cricbuzz report, an injury to Evin Lewis has served as the reason of calling up Pooran, who has had a great season in Bangladesh Premier League.

There will be late call taken regarding the selection dilemma between Devendra Bishoo and Alzarri Joseph.

Captain Jason Holder and Ashley Nurse will also make their comeback after an injury lay-off.

Hales likely to get benched again

Alex Hales batted in the middle-order during the warm-up match while Jos Buttler was rested. Jonny Bairstow had kept wickets in that game but is likely to hand over the gloves to Buttler as the English vice-captain will come back into the XI for the first ODI.

In that situation, Jason Roy will open the batting with Bairstow while Hales will have to sit out.

The visitors are likely to go with a three-man pace attack along with Ben Stokes and two spinners, a combination which has worked wonders for them in the past 24 months.

The Barbados pitch showed some real pace and bounce during the Test played between the two sides earlier on this tour and it won't any different during the first one-day. There are chances of rain in the afternoon, hence the match can get affected a bit and we might see over the loss as well. The ball could have some turn but the short boundaries will actually make run-scoring easier for the batsmen.

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