England won the third ODI by 124 runs    Getty Images
England won the third ODI by 124 runs Getty Images

Right when the players were preparing for the fourth ODI, the news of Ben Stokes arrest in wee hours on Tuesday overshadowed the build up. England would have to do away without the services of Stokes as well as opener Alex Hales who are helping the Avon & Somerset policemen with their enquiries. The live streaming of the match will be available on Hotstar, while the live telecast of the contest is available on Star Sports Select HD 2 and Star Sports Select 2 in English. In England, the match is available on Sky Sports 2 HD and Sky Sports 2. You can also follow ball-by-ball commentary on CricketCountry s LIVE SCORECARD.

Jason Roy is set to replace Hales on the Surrey opener’s home ground, with pacemen Jake Ball and Tom Curran vying for Stokes’s spot as England bid for a series-clinching win. England announced later Tuesday that Kent batsman Sam Billings has been called into the squad as cover. Meanwhile, West Indies have now lost 14 of their last 15 completed ODIs against England, with defeat in the series opener at Old Trafford ending their hopes of automatic qualification for the 2019 World Cup in Britain.

West Indies suffered a heavy 124-run defeat in the fourth ODI at Bristol on Sunday. Apart from Chris Gayle, none of the other West Indies batsmen have rose to the occasion. As for the bowling, Miguel Cummins showed some skills picking 3 wickets including the prized scalp of Joe Root.

England have plenty of strength in depth while West Indies would have bring some change of personnel in order to bring some difference.