West Indies have won the Twenty20 final in a sensational finish in which Carlos Braithwaite smashed four sixes in four balls to secure victory in the lastover
- England got off to a disastrous start and set a lowly target of 156
- However, victory looked in sight for England with West Indies needing 19 from the final over
- Carlos Braithwaite then smashed four successive sixes from Ben Stokes's bowling to take them to victory in Kolkata
- West Indies won the Women's World Twenty20 final against Australia earlier today
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Who's got the edge?After a false start against the West Indies, and surviving a scare against Afghanistan in their third Super 10 fixture, England charged towards a second T20 final in six years.While Chris Gayle, who smashed an 11-six century in victory over England earlier in the competition, will be hoping to rediscover his form with the bat in Kolkata. The 36-year-old, who was rested for the shock defeat to Afghanistan, has posted just four and five in two innings since his ton against England and his team-mates were reliant on Lendl Simmons to reach Sunday's showpiece.
Betting odds (via BetVictor)
West Indies: 10/11
If that message from Ben Stokes doesn't urge you to get your kids into cricket training, then we don't know what will.
We're around two hours from the first ball of the final, and the West Indies' Women's side are putting in a fine performance in their T20 final against Australia.
West Indies Women are 118 for 0 - yes, you read that correctly - and need 31 runs from the last 29 balls to lift the World Cup - get set for a dramatic finale...
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