Jason Roy and Joe Root lured for centuries when England scored a sweeping 171-run victory in their only warm-up match before the five-time ODI series against Windies.


Opening batsman Roy (110 of 82 balls), named by England coach Trevor Bayliss as a potential test call this summer, posted three numbers of 78 deliveries before beating Three X's Oval in Three W's Oval in Barbados against Vice Chancellor of the University West India was staying.

Root (114 out of 81) completed a 74-ball ton before he came late for assisting against windies in St. Lucia last week. The striker from Yorkshireman helped England to a lead of 371 to 7 on 50.

Leg spinner Adil Rashid and vocalists Chris Woakes and Mark Wood each dropped two wickets while hosts were rolled for 200 in 43.5 overs.

English skipper Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales suffered a disappointing record with the club – Morgan was eliminated from 18 deliveries for eight, while Hales, who took a longer break in 6th position with Jos Buttler after the test series against Windies, scored for a duck Second-place ball was directed.

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Roy hit 15 fours and 6 in his innings and set 129 with Jonny Bairstow (46) for the opening bounce after dropping the latter on nine and then 57 with Test Captain Root for the second wicket.

Root missed four sixes and eleven quarters before leaving the house, and Woakes (22 No) and Liam Plunkett (4 No) left the innings.

Moeen Ali (24) and Ben Stokes (23) were hit on Wednesday before the inaugural ODI against windies in Kensington Oval, a game you can watch live Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports main event from 14.30 clock

Wood – who rattled the Windies in the third test in St. Lucia with a spell over 90 km / h – then hit batsman Kjorn Ottley with a bouncer before he had caught him from Woakes in the fourth round.

House skipper Kyle Corbin (35) shared a half-century stance with Amir Jangoo (35) for the second wicket before Bairstow's two batsmen were taken by surprise by Ali and Rashid.

Nicholas Kirton scored a top hit at 37 – the 20-year-old was dismissed when he was knocked down by Bairstow in front of Plunkett – while Roy ended a nice day with a late runaway before Stokes smothered the winning horse.