West Indies v England: Boycott concerned by openers' form

Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott says he is concerned by the form of England's openers after they failed again in the first Test against West Indies.

Skipper Alastair Cook made 13 and Jonathan Trott four, and ex-opener Boycott believes their lack of runs is a major problem for England ahead of this summer's Ashes against Australia.

England will begin day four in Antigua on 116-3, a lead of 220 runs, having bowled out West Indies for 295.