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Kent spinner James Tredwell records figures of 0-38 from 10 overs to help England beat West Indies by 25 runs to win ODI series 2-1

06 March 2014
by Alex Hoad
James Tredwell

James Tredwell

Kent spinner James Tredwell produced another good display to help England seal victory in the ODI series in West Indies on Wednesday evening.
The 32-year-old produced a tidy 10-over spell in the third ODI in Antigua and figures of 0-38 - by far the most economical of the eight bowlers used by skipper Stuart Broad - as England resisted a run-chase from the hosts to register a 25-run win and claim the ODI series 2-1.
The New Romney star had taken  2-39 as England edged Sunday’s second ODI by three wickets to level the series, having claimed 1-23 in a 15-run defeat two days earlier.
Tredwell has one Test and 38 limited-overs matches for England to his name over the past four years and will hope to be involved when a three-match t20 series begins in Barbados on Sunday, with two more clashes to follow at the Kensington Oval on Tuesday and Thursday.
He is also in the party for England's t20 World Cup campaign in Bangladesh which begins with warm-up games in Dhaka against West Indies on March 18 and India the following day, with the first group game taking place on March 22 against New Zealand.

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