Jack Haynes and England Under-19s will be looking to turn the tables on their West Indies counterparts when the two sides meet for the second time in 48 hours in the Tri-Series on Sunday.
England went down by 36 runs to the host nation after being dismissed for 128 in the opening fixture at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound today (Friday).
Worcestershire batsman Haynes – England’s top-scorer in the summer Tri-Series against India and Bangladesh – scored a quickfire 17 off 18 balls with two boundaries batting at number four.
He was fifth out with the total on 65 in the 13th over.
Kasey Aldridge (28) and Tom Clark (22) were the other main contributors as England were bowled out in just 30.4 overs.
West Indies had reached 100-1 at one stage after opting to bat with Leonardo Julien (69) and Mbeki Joseph (37) added 90 for the second wicket.
But the last nine wickets went down for 64 runs in 17.1 overs with Aldridge (4-38), George Balderson (2-17) and Blake Cullen (2-39) the main wicket-takers.
England Under 19s: Ben Charlesworth, Tom Clark, Jordan Cox (WK), Jack Haynes, Lewis Goldsworthy, George Hill, Dan Mousley, George Balderson (C), Kasey Aldridge, Blake Cullen, Hamidullah Qadri