England Wins Second Test Against West Indies

England Wins Second Test Against West Indies

England Wins Second Test Against West Indies

England bags home the victory when they won by 113 runs in their second Test match against the West Indies. 

Despite losing the first Test match, England gave out their best by winning the second Test against the West Indies with 113 runs. During the said match, it was Ben Stokes who had been declared to be the player of the match after he had scored a total of 176 runs and 78 not out. 

As per team captain Joe Root, ‘He's Mr Incredible. I suppose. I certainly think he can keep performing at this level. I think the sky's the limit for him really, when you watch how he goes about things, there's no reason why he can't keep performing this consistently’.

‘To have such a complete game, and so many different gears at your disposal, allows you the ability to keep getting better. But most importantly, if he continues to read situations the way he is, and keeps the confidence that he's playing with at the moment, there's no reason why we can't continue to see such brilliant performances as we have done this week, and over the last 12 months really’, Root added. 

Aside from Stokes, other players who had contributed to the 113-run victory were Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes, and Dom Sibley. 

The second Test ended with England scoring 469 and 129 and the West Indies scoring 287 and 198. The odds for their next Test are -625 for England and +380 for the West Indies. To know the updates on the odds of the game, head over to Betwala. 

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