Wi Vs Eng Live

Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-06-23 04:04:00

Wi Vs Eng Live

Introduction

The West Indies cricket team (WI) will face England (ENG) at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester, UK. The two teams are playing a five-match Test series with three matches played in England and two played in the West Indies. This is the first of those three matches. The match began on July 8, 2020, and will end on July 12, 2020.

A test match

Test matches are the longest form of cricket. They are played over five days, with each day's play divided into two innings per team. The teams will have a maximum of four players and 10 overs at their disposal per day. As in One Day Internationals, if the total runs scored by one team exceed those of the other team by 150 or more runs (except when there is an early finish due to bad weather), that side wins and takes three points towards victory; otherwise, they both receive one point for each game played.

A single cricket ball

The cricket ball is made of leather, cork or rubber. The leather ball is the oldest type of cricket ball and it has been used since 1822 when it was invented by Dr. William Gilbert. It was made with a cork center covered with stitched leather panels and was wrapped in twine. This type of cricket balls had a natural seam that gave the bowler an advantage in throwing the ball because it would bounce off at a different angle than normal bowling does when hitting a seam.

The second type of cricket ball called “slipper” had no seams on its surface but still differed from modern day balls because they were heavy and difficult to throw fast like today's contemporary versions do!

Rubberized plastic came about in 1855 after Charles Goodyear developed vulcanization technology for rubber making it stronger and more durable than previous materials used in manufacturing sports equipment such as bats and hockey sticks which were prone to breaking easily unless reinforced with steel strips inserted into them (which happened around 1920 during World War I).

Two cricket bats

Cricket bats are wooden bats which are used in the sport of cricket to hit the ball. A cricket bat is made from willow wood and has a long handle and a flat surface. A cricket bat is made from willow wood, which is very flexible when it is made into a bat. This helps with its ability to be used for hitting balls that are on the ground or in the air.

Some players use two cricket bats during their matches: one at home, where they practice hitting balls; and one at away games, where they play against other teams in official matches (called "cricket"). The different types of bats include off-spinners (which spin back toward you as soon as they leave your hand), leg-spinners (which spin away from you right after you release them), medium pacers (medium-sized balls), fast bowlers (very fast balls) and slow bowlers (very slow ones). These types all have different uses depending on who uses them—for example, if someone wants more control over their shots then they would probably choose an off-spinner instead of using another type because this type gives them more control while still allowing them enough speed so that no one else gets ahead during gameplay!

Two cricket wickets

A cricket wicket consists of three stumps, which are placed in a straight line at an angle of 90° to each other. The stumps are made up of wood, and each one is 22 inches tall and three inches wide. They are placed in the ground vertically with the top end facing away from the bowler's bowling crease (the line on which he stands).

Three cricket players competing with each other

It is a great time to be a cricket fan. There are a lot of people who love the sport, and it is not difficult to see why. Cricket has been around for centuries and has been evolving over time. It’s an interesting game that involves a lot of strategy and concentration—not to mention it’s also really fun! The beauty of cricket lies in its simplicity: all you need to do is get your bat on the ball and hit it as far away from where you stand as possible! However, there are many aspects of this game which make it challenging, especially if you are playing against someone who knows what they're doing (and yes, there are many ways in which one can improve their game).

This article will talk about two different versions of cricket: One-Day Internationals (ODIs), which allow 10 overs per side with 50 runs required to win; and Test matches, which allow five days per side with overall results generally calculated by adding up individual scores through “innings” - each team bats once before switching sides

Conclusion

It was a game of cricket which took place between West Indies and England on the 17th of July 2020. The game lasted for 3 hours 53 minutes with a break of 15 minutes in between. The winning team was England after they won by an innings and 209 runs!

This blog post has been written as part of a Grammarly assignment for Andela's Learning Community Developers Fellowship Program