Mirror – England batted themselves into a lead late on day three to leave the second Test against the West Indies finely poised.

Summary

  • England batted themselves into a lead late on day three to leave the second Test against the West Indies finely poised.
  • Here are five talking points from day three…
  • This is likely to occur in the Windies second innings after Anderson struck twice in the first two balls of the day to remove Shai Hope and Shane Dowrich before many fans had taken their seats.
  • He might not have even managed to last one ball on the third morning of this Test but Shai Hope’s 147 was a landmark score both for him and the entire team.
  • When Shai Hope was dismissed and Shane Dowrich followed the very next ball, many would have expected the Windies to crumble in a heap, but instead Jason Holder turned the pressure back on England with a pugnacious innings alongside Jermaine Blackwood.


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