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Live Reporting

Jack Skelton and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell

    That's it for our live coverage of the fourth T20 between England and West Indies.

    Join us on Wednesday from 17:30 BST to see if England can complete their first ever 5-0 T20 series win.

    For now, Amy Lofthouse has the report of England's 44-run win here.

    And you can watch highlights of the match on BBC Two at 23:30.

    Catch you soon.

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    Player of the match Amy Jones on Sky Sports: "It was good fun. It was a different challenge but I really enjoyed it."

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  3. 'We've got more to give'

    England captain Heather Knight on Sky Sports: "I still think we've got a little bit more to give. At times we were off the pace.

    "I'm really pleased with how we fought back and scored pretty heavily. Amy batted brilliantly and worked to her strengths. And it was about getting the job done with the ball."

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    Nat Sciver also made up for a dropped catch with this run out...

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    After England's bowlers did most of the damage, West Indies also put themselves into further bowling with their running between the wickets...

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    West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor on Sky Sports: "I will need more reflection - sitting down in my room.

    "We've been bowling in good areas, but in the last five overs we keep falling down.

    "The batting is still not coming to the party. We're still leaving it to one person to get all the runs. Today was the perfect time for other batters to step out, but that wasn't the case."

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    West Indies have got a brilliant plan A, but they haven't got a plan B.

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    Phil Simmons

    West Indies coach on BBC Test Match Special

    West Indies' bowling was exceptional in the first eight overs - but then Amy Jones took over.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    The scorecard doesn't do the game justice. There were times when West Indies were on top. They just need to be better for longer.

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    1st T20 - England won by 47 runs

    2nd T20 - England won by 47 runs

    3rd T20 - England won by 20 runs

    4th T20 - England won by 44 runs

    A familiar tale today, with different protagonists. This time it was Amy Jones, whose fine 55 saw England recover from their usual spot of bother to a total well beyond West Indies' capabilities.

  11. Get Involved

    #bbccricket

    JillyCL: Well played once again, England women! 4-0.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    An entertaining end to that cricket game.

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    Henry Moeran

    BBC Test Match Special

    A remarkable conclusion to a bizarre few overs.

  14. England win by 44 runs

    Grimmond run out (Knight) 3 (WI 122-9)

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    Karishma Ramharack defends the final ball into the covers and doesn't move.

    Non-striker Sheneta Grimmond sets off though and is completely stranded as the first throw loops well past the stumps, with no-one getting there to collect it.

    However, Heather Knight then picks it up at mid-on and still has time to take aim and thrown down the stumps before Grimmond can get home.

    Bizarre.

    Anyway, the upshot is England have won by 44 runs and lead the series 4-0.

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    Henry Moeran

    BBC Test Match Special

    I've never seen anything like it.

  16. Third umpire

    This series has seen some of the worst and the best fielding I've ever seen.

    And somehow this ball alone has combined the two.

    The upshot is Sheneta Grimmond has probably been run out last ball but they're just checking.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Well bowled. Cross seam. Decent line and length - that's what you want as a seam bowler.

  18. WICKET

    Gajnabi b Brunt 7 (WI 122-8)

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    Katherine Brunt does not enjoy tailenders hitting her for four.

    She responds with a peach of a delivery - top of middle, Shabika Gajnabi misses and the bails go flying.

  19. WI 122-7

    Gajnabi wallops a pull shot through mid-wicket as West Indies do avoid their heaviest defeat of the series.

  20. Not out

    Nick onto the pads. Well spotted by the umpire.