A sensational 150 runs from Jos Buttler set England up for what promised to be a straight-forward victory over the West Indies in Grenada.

However, the self-proclaimed ‘Universe Boss’ Chris Gayle bludgeoned 162 runs from 97 balls to give the Windies hope of chasing down what would have been the second highest ODI run chase in history.

But it was Yorkshire’s Adil Rashid who took four wickets in his final over to ensure that England held on to record one of the most stunning victories in ODI history.

Buttler and co will play their final ODI match ahead of this year’s ICC Cricket World Cup at Emerald Headingley on Sunday 19th May.

Tickets are now SOLD OUT in the Family Stand. There is good availability across the 1863 Enclosure, with tickets on sale from £50 for adults and £20 for juniors.


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