West Indies v England, fourth ODI

Moeen Ali will leave return home after their 5th ODI against Windies

Moeen Ali will leave return home after their 5th ODI against Windies

Jos Buttler smashed 150 from just 77 balls includong 12 sixes while Eoin Morgan also scored a ton, reaching 103 from 88.

Needing to post the second highest run chase of all time, the West Indies appeared to be in with a chance at 6-389 in the 48 over, needing 30 runs from 17 balls, before Adil Rashid claimed four wickets in five balls to secure a 29 run victory for the visitors.

England leads the series 2-1 heading to the final match.

England broke the record of most sixes in an innings with 24.

He teed off immediately, clattering Chris Woakes for five sixes in nine balls.

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England captain Eoin Morgan had won the toss and elected to send West Indies in to bat before the decision to abandon play was made amid persistent showers in St George's.

Gayle ticked off a shopping list of targets - 50 up in 32 balls, a 10,000th one-day run and then his hundred in 55 balls - but was worn out by the time Stokes took his stumps on 162.

Teams: West Indies - Jason Holder (captain), Chris Gayle, John Campbell, Shai Hope (wicketkeeper), Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer, Andre Russell, Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas.

The final equation left the Windies seeking 95 from the last 10 overs, with Brathwaite and Nurse surpassing low expectations in a boundary-strewn cameo that threatened to add one final twist to a day full of entertainment.

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