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WI vs UGA LIVE Score, T20 World Cup 2024: West Indies On Fire As Uganda Lose 5th Wicket In Chase

WI vs UGA, T20 World Cup 2024, Live Updates: Akeal Hosein has provided West Indies with their fifth breakthrough as he dismissed Riazat Ali Shah for 3. Currently, Kenneth Waiswa and Dinesh Nakrani are standing unbeaten at the crease for five-down Uganda in the chase of 174. Earlier, Johnson Charles' knock helped West Indies post 173/5 in 20 overs against Uganda in their Group C match of the T20 World Cup 2024 on Sunday in Guyana. Opting to bat, WI scored quick runs but Uganda fought back with regular wickets. For WI, Johnson Charles scored 44 while Andre Russell remained unbeaten at 30 off 17 balls. Nicholas Pooran and Rovman Powell also scored 22 and 23 runs respectively. (Live Scorecard | Points Table)

Welcome back for the second essay. The two umpires have made their way out to the middle as have the players of the West Indies. It will be Roger Mukasa and Simon Ssesazi to open the innings for Uganda. West Indies are starting with spin in the form of Akeal Hosein. Let's play...


Right then, the West Indies have the momentum with them courtesy of their strong finish with the bat and will look to carry that into their bowling effort. As for Uganda, they have a real job on their hands, especially with their batting unit struggling so far in the tournament. Given the African side's struggles with the bat and the bowling resources they have, the West Indies will fancy their chances of boosting their NRR here. Back in a bit for the chase.

Johnson Charles is up for a chat. He says it's good to have some runs under the belt, it was a tough pitch to bat on but he wanted to make the most of the first six overs, however, Uganda stuck to their plans and bowled well. Feels they have enough runs on the board and