West Indies will host England in the second Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound in Antigua on January 31. Windies gained a lead straightway by winning the first Test by a big margin of 381 runs and will host England for the second Test with an aim to win the Test and clinch the series.
Windies gained a lead straightway by winning the first Test by a big margin of 381 runs. Prior to the start of the Test, West Indies found themselves embroiled in a controversy as few of the former cricketers opposed the appointment of Richard Pybus as the coach but shrugging off the criticism, Pybus coached the team to a big victory.
One thing to look out for will be England’s recent history of bouncing back after opening defeats. In essence, the first Test was England’s warm-up: their chance to figure out what works and what doesn’t in proper, competitive scenarios.
A victory for West Indies will seal the series for the hosts while if England win or force a draw, they will have everything to play for during the third Test in St Lucia.
When and where will the West Indies Vs England, 2nd Test take place?
West Indies vs England, 2nd Test match will start at 07:30 PM IST on January 31 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua. The toss will take place at 07:00 PM IST.
Which channel will telecast West Indies Vs England, 2nd Test match?
West Indies vs England, 2nd Test match will be broadcasted on Sony Ten 1/Ten 1HD.
How to Watch the live streaming of the West Indies Vs England, 2nd Test online?
The live online streaming of West Indies Vs England, 2nd Test will be available in India on Sony Liv web with the subscription, while the game can be streamed for free on mobile app of Sony Liv, Airtel TV and Jio TV.
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