Over 20: Eventful final over that. Two sixes and a four and two wickets. England end at 182/6, so West Indies need to chase 183 to win
19.6 Bravo to Ali, 1 run, OUT
Slaps across the line, out towards long-on... Moeen will be run out here, going for a non-existent seocnd
19.4 Bravo to Stokes, OUT
Excellent slower ball from Bravo and Stokes is pinned in front! Completely off balance, playing across the line and the ball struck him on the boot in front of middle and leg
Over 19: 12 off Russell, including a big six from Stokes. 164/4
Over 18: 10 off Bravo and the wicket of Buttler. 152/4
17.5 Bravo to Buttler, OUT
Full toss, slapped high into the leg side... but taken on the boundary!
Over 17: 14 off Benn. 142/3
Over 16: 5 off Brathwaite. 128/3
Over 15: A six from Morgan and the wicket of Root in that Russell over. 123/3
14.2 Russell to Root, OUT
Tries to go over the top but picks out mid-off! Root huffs and puffs but he’s the one blown down, think that was another slower ball and he plinked it off the toe of the bat straight to the man on the edge of the ring
Over 14: 11 off Badree. 114/2
Over 13: 7 off Bravo and 100 up for England. 103/2
Over 12: 4 runs and the wicket of Hales in that over from Benn. 96/2
11.1 Benn to Hales, OUT
Bowled ‘im! The clocktower strikes, Hales’ time is up!
Over 11: 11 off Taylor. 92/1
Over 10: 7 off Badree. 81/1
Over 9: Two boundaries in Brathwaite’s first over. 74/1
Over 8: 5 runs off Sulieman Benn. 63/1
Over 7: 9 runs off Russell, including the first six of the match from Joe Root. 58/1
Over 6: 7 off Bravo’s first over. 49/1
Over 5: 6 runs and the wicket of Jason Roy in Andre Russell’s first over. 42/1
4.3 Russell to Roy, OUT
Flicked to leg - and straight to midwicket! Roy is gone, Russell the man to strike!
Over 4: Another big over for England. 13 off Badree. 26/0
Over 3: Good over for England. 18 off Taylor. 23/0
Over 2: 4 off Badree’s first over. 5/0
Over 1: Just 1 run off Taylor’s first over, but it was an eventful one. England 1/0
West Indies captain Darren Sammy won the toss and opted to bowl first in his side’s World T20 opener against England in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Sammy explained his decision, saying the wicket looked to have a bit of grass and he would want his bowlers to try and exploit the conditions first.
Sammy’s England counterpart Eoin Morgan said he too would have opted to bowl, adding that dew could pose a problem bowling second.
For the West Indies, spinner Jason Holder has been left out. For England, David Willey is playing ahead of Liam Plunkett.
Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (captain), Jos Buttler (wicketkeeper), Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, David Willey, Reece Topley
Johnson Charles, Chris Gayle, Marlon Samuels, Dwayne Bravo, Dinesh Ramdin (wicketkeeper), Andre Russell, Darren Sammy (captain), Carlos Brathwaite, Samuel Badree, Jerome Taylor, Sulieman Benn