With clouds looming over Southampton, England and West Indies are all set to face each other in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match at the Hampshire Bowl.

Live updates:

England won toss and field first

The match will be played on Friday, June 14.

The match will begin at 9:30 AM GMT, 3:00 PM IST. The hosts, England have played three matches so far in this tournament and have won two out of them. West Indies have played three matches as well. They have won one, lost one and the other one was abandoned due to rain.

ENG vs WI broadcast details

Sky Sports will broadcast ENG vs WI live in the United Kingdom.

Sky Sports website and SkyGo app will provide live streaming of the match for the viewers in the United Kingdom.

ESPN Caribbean will broadcast the match live in the Caribbean Islands. The live streaming in the Caribbean Islands will be available on the app of ESPN Play Caribbean.

Star Sports will telecast the match live in India while Hotstar app and website will stream the match live in the Indian subcontinent.

Read: PTV Sports live streaming Pakistan vs Australia match at 2 PM PKT: ICC 2019 World Cup

Wood or Ali? England's latest selection dilemma

England has two or three ways to go about the team composition in the crucial match against West Indies. In their previous match against Bangladesh, England had opted not to play Moeen Ali and they played an extra seamer.

According to the Cricbuzz report, Mark Wood has been facing some issues with his leg. If he sits out of this match, then Moeen Ali could be included. Tom Curran is another option which the English skipper Eoin Morgan has. Other than that, there are no further changes which can be expected in the line-up.

Russell likely to be fit for the crucial match

Even though the previous match West Indies played was washed out, we saw Andre Russell sitting out due to an injury.

According to the Cricbuzz report, he is expected to return back to the side in place of Kemar Roach. Evin Lewis had also missed that match and could come back to the side in place of Darren Bravo. Other than this, West Indies is unlikely to make any further changes.

With all the rain that has poured down in Southampton in the last few days, it seems the two teams will play on a rather seam-friendly pitch. There are chances of rain which could play spoilsport in another match. As fans, all you can do is to pray that we see some action on the field.