England witnessed three wickets down but Tom Banton stands firm, scoring a quick fifty for the team. Tom Banton scores 50 in just 29 balls as he hit 3 fours and 3 sixes. Tom scored his fifty with a strike rate of 172.41.
The wicketkeeper-batsman Tom has knocked brilliantly, giving support to the England batting order as the chase is quite high and Tom Banton might look out for a strong partnership.
England lost its three wickets as Romario Shepherd took the first blow, getting Jason Roy out, followed by Vince’s wicket which was bagged in by Akeal Hosein. The third and crucial wicket of skipper Moeen Ali was taken by the captain from the other side Pollard.
England scoring almost one hundred runs on the board is still far behind and there is a long way to go before winning this match. Tom Banton might also need someone to partner with him as three crucial wickets are already sent back to the pavilion. All eyes are on Liam Livingstone who as promised will give the team a positive partnership. The target is 225 runs as the game is halfway away with England scoring 99 runs in the first ten overs of their innings. Livingstone looks positive towards the chase as almost 100 has been covered in 10 overs.
West Indies continue to dominate the match by taking three crucial wickets and scoring the career’s best T20 score against England.