England and West Indies will battle in the final of the T20 World Cup at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, India, as they bid to become the first two-time winners of the showpiece event. Eoin Morgan's side shined with the bat and ball in the semi-final, as they powered past New Zealand with ease. They will be out for revenge after going down against the West Indies in their first match of the tournament.
England are backed at 20/21 by Betfair to seal a second World T20 triumph. West Indies, on the other hand, were almost on the verge of an exit from the World T20 after both Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels fell cheaply chasing 192 against India in the semi-final in Mumbai. However, Lendl Simmons clubbed a brilliant 82 to guide the Caribbean side to the target with two balls to spare.
The Windies are placed at 10/11 to beat England for a second time in the tournament.
Joe Root is England's top scorer in the tournament with 195 runs at an average of 48.75. He is 3/1 to top the run charts for his team in the final. Openers Jason Roy and Alex Hales are at 10/3 and 4/1, respectively.
Gayle, who hammered a 47-ball ton at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium on 16 March against England, is priced at 13/5 to lead with the bat again for the Windies.