West Indies captain Jason Holder: "I don't think the conditions will change much. Hopefully we can use the overhead conditions to get some early wickets. We've had a good camp and got a lot out of our warm-up games."
Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz are back for Pakistan.
Evin Lewis and Shannon Gabriel aren't fit for West Indies, but Andre Russell is there.
And it's Jason Holder that calls correctly.
Oh, the height difference between Jason Holder (six foot six) and Sarfaraz Ahmed (five foot six) is incredibly pleasing.
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England kicked off the tournament with a 104-run victory over South Africa at The Oval.
And of course, there was *that* catch...
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There were plenty of fans wearing shirts of both teams on my train to Nottingham this morning. Only heard one player mentioned though - Jofra Archer. His rapid spell yesterday has got everyone talking.
Sixth-ranked Pakistan take on West Indies at Trent Bridge.
It's usually a high scoring ground, with small boundaries, and Chris Gayle and Babar Azam are at the top of the respective batting orders.
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Hello! Welcome to day two of the World Cup.
Yesterday was good fun, so why not do it all again today?
Yesterday brought us this...
...but what will today bring?