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Windies defeat England by 71 runs (DLS) at U19 World Cup

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Kimberley [South Africa], Jan 20 (ANI): West Indies defeated England in a rain-affected match by 71 runs (DLS) in the ongoing ICC U19 World Cup on Monday.
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