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ICC Men's T20 World Cup: England vs West Indies Date: 23 Oct Time: 15:00 BST. Live Commentary: BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra. Text commentary and highlights available on BBC Sport app and website.
England will face West Indies on Saturday in their bid for Men's T20 World Cup glory.
England is the number one-ranked team in the world and will be entering the tournament as one the favourites.
We asked you to vote for your first-choice XI. We had more than 25,000 votes. This is the team that you chose.
1. Jason Roy - selected by 93% of readers
It's not surprising. Roy, one of England’s 50-over World Cup Winners and a destroyer of new-ball-bowling attacks, is right in the top of this order.
2. Jos Buttler - 98%
And who were the 2% that didn't choose Buttler? Opening was his most loved spot, despite many votes lower down in the order.
3. Dawid Malan - 80%
Malan is the number-one Twenty20 batter in the World, but he splits opinions with England fans. However, you backed him and the left-hander took his place at number 3.
4. Jonny Bairstow 88%
Bairstow is now at number four, despite the fact that Bairstow was most popular in opening. Roy and Buttler already have those positions.
5. Eoin Morgan - 88%
Morgan might be a little out of form, and admitted this week that it was something he thought about. But the vast majority of you care not: The England captain gets a game.
6. Liam Livingstone - 93%
If you go back one year, some may not have Livingstone in their team, let alone the first game. After achieving England's fastest T20 100 and topping the run scoring charts in the men’s Hundred this summer there is no doubt about it.
7. Moeen Ali - 94%
Moeen is the second most popular player according to votes. Moeen is in great form with the bat and has played for Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League. On the UAE pitches, his off-spin could be vital.
8. Chris Woakes – 83%
Mr Dependable is now in. Woakes was not picked by England in the T20s for five years before being recalled. The selectors are unanimous in their conclusion - Woakes is the most well-known seam bowler.
9. Adil Rashid - 94%
Another important man. It's not surprising that Rashid, a leg-spinner, is a mainstay in England's limited-overs teams.
10. Chris Jordan - 74%
When it came time to select the rest of the fast-bowling attack, things were closer. However, Jordan - England’s most successful T20 wicket-taker and death-overs specialist of all time - made the cut.
11. Mark Wood - 71%
It was close. Wood narrowly beats Tymal Mills, a fellow pace bowler, and podcast co-host by just 6%.
Who has missed it?
Tymal Mills (65%), David Willey (45%), Tom Curran (19%) and Sam Billings (16%).
Have you changed your mind? Have you chosen your team? While you can still choose an XI, your votes will not count toward the final results.