With the series on the line, West Indies and England will play each other in the fifth and final ODI at the Darren Sammy International Cricket Stadium in Gros Islet, St Lucia on Saturday, March 2, 2019.

The match starts at 10:00 AM Local 2:00 PM GMT. England is leading the series 2-1 after winning the fourth ODI by 29 runs. The third ODI before that was abandoned due to rain.

WI v ENG 5th ODI broadcast details

Sky Sports Cricket will televise WI v ENG 5th ODI Live in the United Kingdom.

Sky Sports will also stream the matches live on its website for the viewers in the United Kingdom.

Willow TV will broadcast the fifth ODI in the United States. Willow TV online will provide the live coverage on their website.

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Russell to replace Bishoo

Andre Russell is likely to return to the XI for the final game of the series. Earlier it was suspected that Carlos Braithwaite might have to sit out if Russell comes in but considering Braithwaite's and Devendra Bishoo's performance in the previous game, it is likely that the ax will fall on the latter.

In this situation, Windies will play five pacers and a lone spinner in Ashley Nurse, who has also impressed with his batting. Windies would be pumped up and try to do everything right to level the series, which would give the no. 9 ranked side a lot of confidence ahead of the World Cup in May.

England look to continue the momentum

England has announced to send back Jos Butler, Moeen Ali and Ben Stokes after this game, so there is no doubt that England will play their full-strength side.

If Jason Roy is fit again, then he should come back into the side while Alex Hales will again miss out after performing well.

England could also rest Johnny Bairstow as he has played the entire tour and would feature in the T20I. Chris Woakes could be rested once again after having an off-day in Grenada. Either Tom Curran or David Willey could be given a chance if Woakes is rested.

This series has so far produced high-scoring matches, but if anything at St Lucia, we could see a different sort of surface. The track could assist the pacers and bowlers with variations. The weather might actually help the Pacers to get something out of the wicket. In all, this could be a 250-260 match.

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