LAUREN WINFIELD-HILL moved up to the top of the order as England secured into an unassailable 4-0 T20I series lead against the West Indies.

The Stamford Bridge batter had featured at three in England’s first two victories in the Caribbean but opened with Sophia Dunkley in the tourists’ latest pair of triumphs.

Relinquishing the gloves, Winfield-Hill scored 24 runs from 28 balls as England won the third T20I by 17 runs.

The 32-year-old hit a quartet of fours in her 30-minute knock before being bowled by Afy Fletcher (1-28) in the eighth over.

Winfield-Hill and top-scorer Dunkley (44 from 31) had built a first-wicket partnership of 60, their highest pairing of the Bridgetown encounter.

Captain Heather Knight later added a quick-fire 43 from just 27 balls as England reached 157-6 from their 20 overs.

West Indies struggled to create any meaningful partnerships in reply, with no pair surpassing 40. Rashada Williams (38), Hayley Matthews (35) and Trishan Holder (21) were the only three players to make more than a dozen as the hosts managed just 140-8 from their innings.

England reached a 4-0 series lead with one more T20I to play thanks to a more convincing 49 runs triumph, although Winfield-Hill fell for just one.

The opener was caught by Kaysia Schultz from the bowling of Matthews (1-22) in the third over, having scored a solitary run from the six balls she faced.

Dunkley again top-scored, this time with 35, but England needed the 44 runs from Northern Diamonds’ Katherine Brunt (24) and Charlie Dean (20) to finish on a competitive 131-8.

Lauren Bell’s match-winning 4-12 inspired England to then bowl out the West Indies for just 82 inside exactly 16 overs.

England end the T20I series at Bridgetown on Thursday (10pm UK time).