England’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup campaign starts on Sunday with a tough opening match against reigning champions Bangladesh at Warner Park, St Kitts & Nevis.
Head Coach Richard Dawson leads a 15-strong squad, skippered by Hampshire’s Tom Prest, which features players from 11 counties.
Completing group A are Canada and UAE, with the top two teams in each group progressing to the Super League knockout stage for a chance to win the tournament.
Two years ago in South Africa, England were edged into third place in a tough group featuring Australia and West Indies, but went on to win the Plate League to finish ninth overall.
When do England U19s play?
Sunday, 16 January – England U19s v Bangladesh U19s (1pm start GMT)
Tuesday, 18 January – England U19s v Canada U19s (1pm)
Thursday 20 January – England U19s v UAE U19s (1pm)
How can I follow the games?
All of England’s matches will be shown live on Sky Sports Cricket, with broadcasts typically beginning 30 minutes before the scheduled start time of the match.
Who’s in the England U19 squad?
Rehan Ahmed (Leicestershire), Tom Aspinwall (Lancashire), Sonny Baker (Somerset), Nathan Barnwell (Surrey), George Bell (Lancashire), Jacob Bethell (Warwickshire, vice-captain), Josh Boyden (Lancashire), James Coles (Sussex), Alex Horton (Glamorgan), Will Luxton (Yorkshire), Tom Prest (Hampshire, captain), James Rew (Somerset), James Sales (Northamptonshire), Fateh Singh (Nottinghamshire), George Thomas (Somerset)
Travelling reserves: Josh Baker (Worcestershire), Ben Cliff (Yorkshire)