Krishmar Santokie made a fantastic start to his West Indies career © Getty Images


Mar 13, 2014


England were outsmarted by West Indies in the first two Twenty20 Internationals (T20I) comfortably and defending world T20 champions have exerted their dominance in the shorter format.


The dead rubber third T20 is now a matter of pride for the English to do well as they have now lost five in the format on the bounce and need to get back to winning ways before the start of the ICC World T20 2014.


West Indies will be buoyed by the terrific performance of left-arm pacer Krishmar Santokie’s heroics in the second T20. England on the other hand will be pleased with Jos Buttler’s brilliant knock and will welcome back the find of the last three months, Ben Stokes. Pacer Chris Jordan will also make his way back in the team.


Catch full scorecard of the 3rd T20I between West Indies and England here