OVERS 33.4: REVIEW! A loud lbw enchantment from Archer in opposition to Shai Hope. Umpire has given OUT. Hope discusses with Brathwaite and asks for a evaluation. It is a NO BALL. Archer has overstepped. WEST INDIES 101/1, path by 103 runs.
100 comes up for West Indies.
50-run partnership comes up between Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope. WEST INDIES 96/1, path by 108 runs.
OVERS 31.1: FOUR! Archer to Hope. Hope will get a forefront and the ball sails over the gully for a boundary.
OVERS 28.6: Brathwaite pulls this fantastically in the direction of deep mid-wicket. He’ll get a pair. WEST INDIES 86/1
OVERS 25.6: FOUR! Brathwaite sends Mark Wooden in the direction of deep further cowl. Very good punch from the West Indies batsman. WEST INDIES 77/1
OVERS 24.6: Anderson to Brathwaite. The West Indies batsman guides the ball in the direction of third man for a pair. WEST INDIES 66/1
OVERS 21.6: Wooden to Brathwaite. The West Indies batsman finds an edge but it surely does not carry to the primary slip. Stokes is not pleased with this. Brathwaite will get a pair. WEST INDIES 61/1
OVERS 20.1: A loud caught behind enchantment from Anderson and Buttler in opposition to Brathwaite. Umpire says NO. Stokes is having a dialogue with Buttler and goes for a evaluation. It is NOT OUT. The ball kissed the batsman’s pocket.
OVERS 19.5: Oh boy! 150kph from Wooden. Hope tries to play a drive however will get overwhelmed.
Mark Wooden is prepared with the ball. Right here we go..
Vibrant sunshine on the Ageas Bowl. West Indies batsmen Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope are making their technique to the center. It is an essential day for West Indies. They are going to look to bat longer.
This is what England pacer Mark Wooden stated forward of Day Three motion:
“Obviously West Indies are on top, but we have got the chance to make it right in the morning.”Mark Wooden believes… https://t.co/QsP7UtSd7i
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In a recap of the place the sport stood on the finish of second day’s play, West Indies captain Jason Holder posted career-best Check bowling figures with six wickets as his facet dominated proceedings on Thursday.
Making full use of the murky situations, all-rounder Holder took 6/42 and paceman Shannon Gabriel claimed 4 wickets as England have been dismissed for 204.
Ben Stokes, captaining England for the primary time within the absence of Joe Root, top-scored with 43 however is likely to be regretting his choice to bat first having received the toss on Wednesday.
West Indies confirmed nice self-discipline and rode their luck at occasions in reply as they reached 57/1 to place themselves in an honest place going into the third day on the Ageas Bowl when an enhancing climate forecast ought to help batting.