Barath, Thomas, Walton To Face England

Adrian Barath celebrates a century
Adrian Barath has been named in the UWI Vice-Chancellor's XI team to take on England
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West Indian internationals Adrian Barath, Devon Thomas and Chadwick Walton will play for the UWI Vice-Chancellor's XI in a one-day warm-up game against England on 25th February.

The 50-over game will be England's only warm-up match before they play the West Indies in three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals.

The team will be captained by 25-year-old Steven Jacobs, captain of the Combined Colleges and Campuses side.

Jacobs is an off-spinning all-rounder who represented the West Indies at Under-19 level.

Opening batsman Barath has played 15 Tests, 14 ODIs and two Twenty20 Internationals but has not played international cricket since 2012.

Experienced wicket-keepers Thomas (21 ODIs, three T20Is) and Walton (two Tests, five ODIs and two T20Is) are joined in the squad by Kyle Corbin, who has also donned the gloves for the CCC side as well as West Indies Under-19s.

The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua will host the match.

University of West Indies Vice-Chancellor's XI: Steven Jacobs (captain), Nicolas Alexis, Adrian Barath, Jonathan Carter, Kyle Corbin, Miguel Cummins, Akeem Dewar, Paul Palmer, Raymon Reifer, Dawayne Sealy, Devon Thomas, Chadwick Walton

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Fixtures & Results

28th February: 1st ODI, Antigua
West Indies 269-6 (DJ Bravo 87no) beat
England 254-6 (Lumb 106, Narine 2-36) by 15 runs
2nd March: 2nd ODI, Antigua
England 163-7 (Bopara 38no, Miller 2-28) beat
West Indies 159 (Simmons 70) by 3 wickets
5th March: 3rd ODI, Antigua
England 303-6 (Root 107, Buttler 99) beat
West Indies 278 (Ramdin 128) by 25 runs
9th March: 1st T20I, Barbados
West Indies 170-3 (Samuels 69no) beat
England 143-9 (Badree 3-17) by 27 runs
11th March: 2nd T20I, Barbados
West Indies 155-5 (Gayle 36, Sammy 30no) beat
England 152-7 (Santokie 4-21) by 5 wickets
13th March: 3rd T20I, Barbados
England 165-6 (Lumb 63, Hales 38) beat
West Indies 160-7 (Jordan 3-39) by 5 runs