Maynard tribute starts England ODI
The Oval fell silent in memory of Tom Maynard before the start of the second NatWest Series match between England and West Indies.
As well as a minute's silence at 10.40am following Surrey batsman Maynard's death at the age of 23 on Monday, players on both teams are wearing black armbands as a mark of respect and the flags remained at half-mast at the top of the Oval pavilion.
A sombre atmosphere inevitably greeted captains Alastair Cook and Darren Sammy at the toss, won by the former - who chose to field first on a sunny morning.
England were set to face West Indies' destructive opener Chris Gayle, passed fit after a scan on his sore left shin for his first international match since last year's World Cup 15 months ago.
Gayle has settled his differences with the West Indies board and came in for the injured Darren Bravo. Fast bowler Tino Best replaced Andre Russell, who injured his shoulder while batting at the Ageas Bowl on Saturday.
The hosts were unchanged after their opening victory on the south coast. They lead this three-match series 1-0, with two to play, and can therefore take an unassailable advantage here.