SOUTHAMPTON, England: England beat the West Indies by 114 runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method to win the first one-day international on Saturday and so take a 1-0 lead in this three-match series.
West Indies, set a revised target of 287 to win in 48 overs after a rain stoppage, finished on 172 all out.
Seamer Tim Bresnan took four wickets for 34 runs as England won with more than 14 overs left.
Earlier, Ian Bell marked his return to England's one-day side with 126 in a total of 288 for six as he filled the opener's spot vacated by the limited overs retirement of Kevin Pietersen with a man-of-the-match display.
The series continues at The Oval on Tuesday.
England: 288-6, 50 overs (I Bell 126)
West Indies: 172, 33.4 overs (D Smith 56; T Bresnan 4-34)
Result: England won by 114 runs (D/L method)
Series: England lead three-match series 1-0