Graeme Swann confident of England victory over West Indies

Spinner Graeme Swann says his England team-mates are "confident" that they can chase down the 181 runs required to beat the West Indies in the first Test at Lord's, despite losing two late wickets for the addition of just 10 runs.

Captain Andrew Strauss was dismissed for one before night-watchman James Anderson fell in the last over of the day to leave England 10-2 in their second innings.

The Nottinghamshire player praises an "obdurate" innings of 91 by West Indian batsmen Shivnarine Chanderpaul and shares his delight at team-mate Stuart Broad's 11-wicket haul.