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Jonny Bairstow will open for England in the first day global against West Indies, commander Eoin Morgan declared on Monday.
Tuesday’s match at Manchester’s Old Trafford is England’s first ODI since their Champions Trophy semi-last annihilation by possible competition victors Pakistan in Cardiff in June.
That match saw consistent ODI opener Jason Roy dropped after a keep running of low scores, with Bairstow making 43 in the wake of being acquired at the highest point of the request.
Surrey batsman Roy was out for a brilliant duck in Saturday’s solitary Twenty20 universal against West Indies at Chester-le-Street and Morgan affirmed Test wicket-guardian Bairstow would open on Tuesday.
“Jonny will open with Alex Hales,” Morgan told journalists at Old Trafford. “We feel Jonny merits a possibility. He’s been sitting tight in the wings for a long time now.
“This is a chance to make the opening position his.”
Bairstow’s innings was one of only a handful couple of pieces of solace England could take from a persuading eight-wicket overcome by Pakistan at Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens.
Britain won 3-0 of every a constrained overs arrangement in the Caribbean in March and were 2-1 victors on home soil in a current Test crusade against West Indies.
In any case, neither of those challenges included any semblance of star batsman Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels, now back in the crease after a severe debate with Cricket West Indies authorities.
“They’re a solid outfit, (and) clearly have a few increases, changes from the Test group – so they’re not a side we mess with,” said Morgan.
“A great deal of our concentration in the course of the most recent few years has been on ourselves.
“I think to make that additional progression, taking in on from the Champions Trophy, this arrangement for us is tied in with delivering steady exhibitions.”
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The 1st ODI between England and West Indies will be played at Old Trafford, Manchester.
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The live broadcast of the first ODI between Eng vs WI match will start at 12:30 local time (11:30 GMT | 16:30 PKT)
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