England win toss, put Windies in to bat
England captain Graeme Swann, pictured in August 2011, won the toss and put West Indies in to bat © AFP
England captain Graeme Swann won the toss and put West Indies in to bat in the second Twenty20 international at the Oval on Sunday.
Swann, deputising for the injured Stuart Broad, led an England side showing one change from the side that won the first match by 10 wickets on Friday with Durham leg spinner Scott Borthwick coming in for Steve Finn.
Borthwick has played one Twenty20 international but there was still no place for James Anderson.
The West Indies gave a debut to batsman Miles Bascombe with Danza Hyatt omitted and they also left out Fidel Edwards and Nkruma Bonner and handed starts to left armer Krishmar Santokie and spinner Garey Mathurin.
England, the world Twenty20 champions, are looking to maintain an unbeaten run in all forms of the game that stretches back to July 3 when they lost the third one-day international against Sri Lanka at Lord's.
England: Craig Kieswetter (wkt), Alex Hales, Ravi Bopara, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Samit Patel, Tim Bresnan, Graeme Swann (capt), Scott Borthwick, Jade Dernbach
West Indies: Dwayne Smith, Johnson Charles, Marlon Samuels, Chris Barnwell, Miles Bascombe, Derwin Christian (wkt), Darren Sammy (capt), Andre Russell, Garey Mathurin, Devendra Bishoo, Krishmar Santokie
Umpires: N. Llong (ENG), R. Illingworth (ENG)
Third Umpire: R. Bailey (ENG)
Fourth Umpire: T. Robinson (ENG)
Match referee: J. Crowe (NZL)
Series: England lead 1-0
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