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  1. Gayle hits 27-ball 77 after England bowled out for 113
  2. Only two England batsmen pass 20 - Buttler and Hales (both 23)
  3. Five wickets for fast bowler Thomas
  4. West Indies won toss; Series ends 2-2

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By Matthew Henry

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  1. Post update

    Well four hours earlier than expected it's time for me to say goodbye!

    If you missed England feeble batting effort - and I wouldn't be surprised if you did since they were bowled out for 113 in 28.1 overs - then you can head over here to read all about it in my colleague Jack Skelton's match report.

    We'll be back on Tuesday for the first of three T20s between England and West Indies which starts at 20:00 GMT.

    See you then.

    #west Indies
  2. England women in India

    As well as that, England’s women begin their three-game Twenty20 international series against India on Monday morning with full ball by ball commentary on Test Match Special.

    Coverage begins on 5 Live Sports Extra from 05:15 GMT on Monday with a full match replay from 09:00.

    Heather Knight
  3. Listen to Australia v New Zealand tonight

    Australia celebrate

    This game has finished early but there is more cricket for you tonight!

    From 23:30 you can hear commentary on the final ODI between Australia’s women and New Zealand’s White Ferns via the BBC Sport website and app.

    Australia are looking for a whitewash as they continue their build-up to the multi-format Ashes.

    This will be the link for you to listen.

  4. Post update

    West Indies captain Jason Holder, speaking to the BBC: "That was the perfect performance. All of the bowlers put in an outstanding effort. Oshane is an impact player for us and it's good to see him make this breakthrough. He was quick, aggressive and consistent, and he caused trouble. He was well supported, though, and it's been a total team effort with the ball and then Chris stole the show at the end. Chris ia a champion. It's great to see him bow out in the Caribbean like this and I want to say congratulations to him.

    "Overall, winning today means a lot for us. We're building something nicely as a group. We need to be more consistent now and string together more wins and wins some series."

  5. Lahore attacks 10 years on

    This series may be over but there are still three T20s to come.

    Also, look out tomorrow for a special TMS podcast marking the 10th anniversary of the Lahore gun attack on the Sri Lankan team.

    Trevor Bayliss and Paul Farbrace, who were coach and assistant coach of the Sri Lankan team at the time, talk through what it was like on the bus that day.

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    Ruth Brooksbank: I don't usually gamble, but I think it's worth putting a tenner on the Windies to win the Cricket World Cup.

  7. Post update

    West Indies captain Jason Holder: "I am really proud of the guys. It has been tough for the bowlers but they have arguably won us two games.

    "A small total can sometimes cause problems but the intent we showed was fantastic. Chris is going to be Chris but we want to show intent, attack in the powerplay and keep momentum.

    "We are heading in the right direction. It is a matter for us to be consistent. Our batters held their hands up high. The bowlers had some trying times on good surfaces but arguably won us two games. We have to be consistent with everything we do."

  8. Man of the series

    West Indies' Chris Gayle: "It's been a fantastic series - to be able to tie it 2-2 is great. The bowlers deserve credit. Chasing a small target, you can be wary. I wanted to put them on the backfoot early. Eventually I took the momentum in the first over and it went from there. I think we will get some respect as a unit after this, going into the World Cup. We're very capable of winning games in England and beating any particular team out there."

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    Chris Gayle is named player of the series.

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    England captain Eoin Morgan: "We struggled throughout the whole innings with the bat to deal with and adapt to conditions. Extra bounce is not something we come up against very often. We struggled massively. We were way off the ball and West Indies forced us into a lot of errors today. It was pretty much a one-horse race.

    "It is quite difficult to curb what has been a natural reaction for a couple of weeks. We need to get better when we come up against different conditions. It is never easy for any side but we need to adapt and find a way to score runs and manage our innings.

    "I think you have to rock up in a good enough head space to adapt to any conditions. I would like to think we could learn from our mistakes takes today and look forward rather than back."

  11. Man of the match

    Oshane Thomas, who took 5-21: "The wicket was giving good assistance today for the pace bowlers. The English guys are great batsmen. I have learned a lot coming in to this series as a young fast bowler."

  12. Post update

    Oshane Thomas is named man of the match.

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    The presentation is coming up. Stay with us for all of the reaction.

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    Chris Gayle

    Those Chris Gayle stats:

    Innings: Four

    Runs: 424

    Average: 106

    Hundreds: Two

    Fifties: Two

    High score: 162

    Strike rate: 134.17

    Sixes: 39

  15. Post update

    West Indies' Chris Gayle, speaking to Sky Sports: "I thought about it walking round after the game - will this be my last innings in the Caribbean? We'll have to wait and see for now. This will give us a big boost, being in such terrific form is fantastic for me. I can't fault the effort from the guys. It's been a great series and I'm happy we tied the series. I think it's my best ODI series stats-wise. I had some good series in India but this one is outstanding and to do it at home is fantastic.

    "The captain said after the last game that he can't understand why I'd announce my retirement when I'm hitting the ball so well. Today, I picked up the wrong bat to play with."

    Chris Gayle
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    Jim Tomlinson: The England ODI team can beat anyone, including themselves.

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    What's everyone going to do with their unexpected free Saturday night then?

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    Patrick Brennan: This England ODI side are simultaneously the best and worst we've ever had.

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    This is England's heaviest defeat in terms of balls remaining.

    West Indies won with 227 balls to spare.