19th June, England v South Africa, 09:30 GMT
Ramnaresh Sarwan scored a half-century as the West Indies wrapped up a six-wicket win over England in the one-off Twenty20 International in Trinidad
Sarwan's 59 in 46 balls enabled the hosts to reach 123 for four in 18 overs having earlier bowled England out for 121.
Lendl Simmons hit an unbeaten 23 as a young West Indian side overcame England, for whom debutant Steven Davies (27) and captain Andrew Strauss (22) top scored in a fractured innings.
Wickets fell regularly, Sulieman Benn grabbing three for 24 and Dwayne Bravo marking a triumphant return with the wicket of Davies.
Strauss, Dimitri Mascarenhas (0) and Gareth Batty (4) were all run out as England's batting fell away, leaving the West Indies a modest victory target.
Sarwan smashed four fours and two sixes to anchor the innings and although Amjad Khan picked up two wickets on debut, England's bowlers had been given too few runs to work with and the absence of Chris Gayle was barely felt by the West Indies as Denesh Ramdin made it one win out of one as national captain.
The first of five One Day Internationals between the two sides takes place in Guyana on 20th March.
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