After a stunning win in the only T20 of the series against England, Windies are all set to play their first ODI on Tuesday 19 September.
For Windies, this tour is something as they beat England in a test with the help of the heroic performance of Sai Hope. So Windies hope for similar kind of results in One Day International also. With Chris Gayle return to the ODI squad, Windies looks more confident.
This series is very important for Windies as their direct qualification for World Cup 2019 is dependent on this series. If they win by 4-0 or 5-0 they can directly qualify for the world cup 19, any result beyond this force Windies to direct qualify for the World Cup.
On the other hand, England looks very powerful on paper when compared to Windies. After the loss in only T20, they want to hit hard in the one-day series.
The match is day night, and winter is all set in England so ball is seaming and moving initially, but the match is expected to be high scoring.