England v West Indies

Hampshire Chronicle: Ashley Giles is concerned that England will continue to struggle against spin bowling Ashley Giles is concerned that England will continue to struggle against spin bowling

England made two changes to a losing team as Ben Stokes and Chris Jordan returned for the third and final Twenty20 match against the West Indies at the Kensington Oval.

Luke Wright - who has a side strain - and Tim Bresnan made way, in a team which still had no place for Ian Bell.

Barbados-born seamer Jordan's call-up meant he was given a chance at what was once his home venue.

England chose to bat first, in the hope of a consolation victory in a series already lost before they head for the ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.

The hosts rested Chris Gayle, Samuel Badree and Ravi Rampaul - and there was a return for the fit-again Sunil Narine.

Johnson Charles replaced Gayle, and Sheldon Cottrell - previously uncapped in this format - was in for Rampaul.

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