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Summary

  1. 18 wickets fall on day two in Barbados
  2. Trott, Cook, Bell, Root, Mooen all out
  3. Anderson takes 6-42 for England
  4. Venue: Kensington Oval, Barbados

Live Reporting

By James Gheerbrant and Jamie Lillywhite

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Time to bid you farewell after an extraordinary day. It looks very much as though this match, and this Test series, will be decided tomorrow, so you have no excuse for not joining us tomorrow at 14:30 BST. See you tomorrow.

  2. Day two summary

    Start of play: England 240-7 - Buttler 0, Jordan 0

    Lunch: West Indies 37-3 (15 overs) - Bravo 9, Chanderpaul 9

    Tea: West Indies 139-7 (43 overs) - Blackwood 67, Permaul 1

    Close: England 39-5 (21 overs) - Ballance 12, Stokes 0

  3. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "England don't have enough runs. If someone gets a big 40 or 50 for West Indies when they are chasing, someone like Blackwood for example, and gets away with a few hits then the pressure is on the bowlers. If England get out of jail here, it will be a miracle. I hope they do."

  4. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "Trott played across the line and was plumb LBW. The nice thing was the Barmy Army gave him a standing ovation. They know he has to play a lot of county cricket and score big to play again.

    "The ovation was not out of sympathy but because he's played 49 Test matches before this series and has had a wonderful career and played well for England. It was a kind of salute and affectionate, but you can't stay in the team for ever."

  5. Review of the day

    Time to draw breath after that absorbing, relentless day. England began poorly, losing their last three wickets cheaply, but their bowlers then tore through the West Indies to earn a significant first-innings lead, with James Anderson once again the destroyer-in-chief.

    At that point England looked in complete control, but what followed was a scarcely believable collapse that threatens to cost them a series win. West Indies were inspired as they reduced the England top order to rubble to leave this match right in the balance.

  6. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "England had West Indies on the rack and I thought we'd have a lead of 120 but we lost the plot. Moeen Ali - if he's the best in England, Wales, GB, UK or anywhere, please write in quickly to the chairman of selectors if you're a spinner because that was a load of rubbish.

    "And Joe Root was even worse. He's a part-time bowler but my daughter's hockey team could have walloped his long hops for six. They nearly killed short leg and Gary Ballance finally did get hit. We lost the plot - Cook should have taken them off early."

  7. Close of play scorecard

    England 2nd innings: 39-5 from 21 overs - lead by 107

    Batsmen: Ballance 12, Stokes 0

    Fall of wickets: 11-1 (Trott 9), 13-2 (Cook 4), 18-3 (Bell 0), 28-4 (Root 1), 39-5 (Moeen 8)

    Bowling figures: Gabriel 6-4-4-1, Taylor 6-1-16-2, Holder 4-1-7-1 Permaul 4-1-7-1, Samuels 1-1-0-0

    West Indies 1st innings: 189 (49.4 overs) - Blackwood 85, Anderson 6-42

    England 1st innings: 257 (96.3 overs) - Cook 105, Moeen 58, Taylor 3-36

    Match scorecard

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  8. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Kevin Brenda: I hope when I wake up, this innings would have been a bad dream.

    Tony: 18 wickets in a day is what I call exciting cricket. Don't understand the fascination with sixes. Bowling brings the tension.

  9. Close of play

    Eng 39-5

    Ben Stokes is the new batsman, and whaddaya know, West Indies immediately bring his old nemesis Marlon Samuels into the attack. He survives, and England end the day 105 runs ahead, with five wickets down. What a crazy, incredible day of Test cricket!

  10. WICKET

    Moeen b Permaul 8 (Eng 39-5)

    This is magnificent from West Indies! They are trampling all over England in this second innings. Moeen is the latest to fall, rather carelessly trying to cut one from Permaul and chopping it on to his stumps. England are on the rack, this series is in the balance.

  11. Post update

    Our colleague Tim Oscroft in Barbados: "This gent tries to rally the troops, while the chap in front gamely sticks with TMS..."

    The crowd at the Kensington Oval
  12. Eng 35-4 (Ballance 12, Moeen 4)

    Ten minutes to go for England. Can they survive without losing another wicket? Ballance dabs Holder to gully for two.

  13. Eng 33-4 (lead by 101)

    Permaul's busy, frenetic action really is one of the most extraordinary things I've ever seen on a cricket field. The sort of thing that you'd struggle to replicate without dislocating a shoulder, putting your hand through the skylight and punching the cat. He's bowling with a lot more control than he managed in the first innings though, and he keeps England to a single from his latest over.

  14. Vote result

    Greatest West Indies fast bowler?

    The results of our vote are in and the winner is...

    The one and only Malcolm Marshall, pictured hitting Mike Gatting in the face, with 32.5% of the vote.

    He pips Michael Holding (29.2) and Curtly Ambrose (25) to top the poll.

    Marshall hits Gatting
  15. Eng 32-4

    The bats of Gary Ballance and Moeen Ali bear all the hallmarks of many hours spent testing their technique against the bowling machine, each one bearing more red splat-marks than a reveller at that Spanish tomato-throwing festival. Moeen's away with four to third man.

  16. Eng 28-4

    Well well, four batsmen back in the hutch and none of them into double figures. Make no mistake, England are wobbling. Moeen Ali is the new batsman, he survives the rest of the over from Holder before Ballance blocks out a maiden from Permaul.

  17. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Jonny Wren: England team lacks spirit and fire. Someone like Michael Vaughan is needed to ignite the passion. Look at Lehmann's Aussies.

    Sanj: Lets cancel the Ashes this summer. Can't take having to watch us getting bowled out for less than 100 continuously.

  18. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "What a bit of bowling, just leaving him, Root went for the drive and edged and a good catch. West Indies celebrating feverishly, they've got the momentum. One English batsman has to take this game by the scruff of the neck. This is a superb Test match."

  19. WICKET

    Root c Bravo b Holder 1 (Eng 28-4)

    That's a big wicket! Joe Root, the man in form, the young gun who has triggered many an England recovery in this series, is gone. Holder pushes one a touch wider, Root drives loosely, and Darren Bravo snaffles it in the cordon.

    Jason Holder
  20. Eng 28-3

    A good start from Permaul, who gets one to slide on with the arm and defeat Ballance, and then has a a huge appeal turned down when Ballance pads one away.

  21. Not out

    No, that's a real waste of a review, a huge gap between bat and ball. Ballance survives.

  22. Umpire review

    Veerasammy Permaul is introduced, and immediately West Indies appeal to have Gary Ballance caught at short leg...

  23. Eng 26-3

    Denesh Ramdin shuffles his pack and introduces the rangy Jason Holder in place of Jerome Taylor. He finds the edge when Ballance pokes forward nervously, but a combination of soft hands and a dying pitch save the England batsman from perishing to a slip catch.

  24. Post update

    Tino Best

    West Indies fast bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    "I don't think Trotty is finished. I think there is still a role to play. He has another two seasons and still has a lot to offer."

  25. Eng 25-3 (lead by 93)

    Slow going for England. A leg bye keeps the scoreboard moving.

  26. Eng 24-3 (Taylor 6-1-16-2)

    An immediate nerve-settler after drinks for Gary Ballance, overpitched from Jerome Taylor and Ballance punches it back down the ground for four. Joe Root is off the mark with a single through square leg.

  27. Scorecard update

    England 2nd innings: 18-3 from 10 overs - lead by 86

    Batsmen: Ballance 1, Root 0

    Fall of wickets: 11-1 (Trott 9), 13-2 (Cook 4), 18-3 (Bell 0)

    Bowling figures: Gabriel 5-3-4-1, Taylor 5-1-10-2

    West Indies 1st innings: 189 (49.4 overs) - Blackwood 85, Anderson 6-42

    England 1st innings: 257 (96.3 overs) - Cook 105, Moeen 58, Taylor 3-36

    Match scorecard

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  28. Drinks break

    Eng 18-3 (Ballance 1, Root 0)

    Gabriel, who has found a really good length, sends down a second straight maiden, helped by a spectacular stop from Jermaine Blackwood at short leg. 17 consecutive dot balls from Gabriel now, pressure building. Time for drinks.

  29. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Frank Close: Trott highest scorer so far. Just a thought.

  30. Eng 18-3 (lead by 86)

    Jerome Taylor inspired West Indies to demolish England for 51 in Jamaica in 2009, can he do the same again here? They'll need to get rid of Joe Root double-quick. Root blocks out the remaining three balls of the over.

  31. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Jon Seller: I think Bell reviewed that so he could get a second look at the plumbest lbw ever.

    Sukhman: It looks like the Windies and England are having a 'who can collapse the quickest' competition.

    Aaron Trowse: What is happening? That streaker describes this current England innings in one word. Pants.

  32. WICKET

    Bell lbw b Taylor 0 (Eng 18-3)

    No doubt about it. Hitting middle halfway up, not the first rotten review we've seen in this match. Bell goes for a pair, West Indies all over England like ants swarming on a discarded picnic...

    Jerome Taylor
  33. Umpire review

    Jerome Taylor is on fire here! He's pinned Ian Bell lbw, Bell's reviewed but surely this is dead...

    Taylor traps Bell
  34. Eng 17-2

    The England batsmen don't dare make a false move at the moment. Shannon Gabriel keeps Ballance and Bell stuck on 0.

  35. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "You don't know what's coming. All I can say is - don't buy a ticket for the final day, you'll be the only one here. There's some good cricket but some poor cricket too, making it interesting."

  36. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Patrick Jones: Listening to the cricket while on a train. Go through a tunnel and we lose two wickets!!!

  37. Eng 17-2 (Ballance 0, Bell 0)

    Shouts of exasperation in the Windies slip cordon as Jerome Taylor narrowly beats the tentative forward push of Gary Ballance, then gets him to edge one that just dies before the fielders. This pitch is looking like a minefield at the moment. England pick up four byes when Taylor spears one down the leg side.

  38. WICKET

    Cook c Brathwaite b Gabriel 4 (Eng 13-2)

    Big breakthrough for West Indies, they're dragging themselves back into this match. Gabriel sends down a length ball outside off, it just straightens, inducing a hesitant poke from Alastair Cook, and Kraigg Brathwaite swallows it at second slip. England in a spot of bother.

    Alastair Cook edges behind
  39. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    James Whitmarsh: Probably a good thing Trott couldn't convert. Makes it easier for the selectors to drop him.

    Merlyn: Trotty was the lynchpin in the most successful England side I have seen. Thank you for the memories Trotty.

  40. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "That ball is pitching outside off-stump and he's trying to work it through mid-wicket. Here is a guy who has played really well for England. The crowd know the game, they've seen the way he's played but they know there is something missing."

  41. WICKET

    Trott lbw b Taylor 9 (Eng 11-1)

    There is to be no miracle return to form for Jonathan Trott. Full and straight from Taylor, pinning the shuffling Trott in front of the timbers. Trott, desperate, walks down the crease to consult with Alastair Cook, and the captain must have a heavy heart as he has to send his old comrade on his way. Surely that is the end of a distinguished England career.

    Jerome Taylor
  42. Eng 9-0

    Gabriel was, in my opinion, the standout quick for West Indies in the first innings, and he is on the money straight away here, firing down a probing maiden.

  43. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "The West Indies bowlers haven't had enough rest, their batsmen haven't done a good enough job for them. The seam bowling by England was excellent, the spin bowling by England was pathetic."

  44. Eng 9-0 (Cook 2, Trott 7)

    In contrast to Cook, who even during his barren runs has managed to radiate a certain amount of calm assurance at the crease, Trott is a nervous, fidgety, shuffly, scratchy presence at the crease, like a hermit crab on moving day. Everything about his technique seems to suggest impermanence. And yet during his pomp in Test cricket, he was capable of remaining at the crease for extraordinarily long periods of time, almost immovable. He crabs across his crease to work Taylor into the leg side for two.

    Jonathan Trott
  45. Vote

    Greatest West Indies fast bowler?

    Andy Roberts, Michael Holding, Colin Croft and Joel Garner (below) formed a pretty mean fast bowling attack in the early 1980s, while Malcolm Marshall and Curtly Ambrose were equally formidable.

    And don't forget the fearsome Wesley Hall, the original quick who set the standard for all the truly great bowlers who followed. But which one was the best?

    Might be impossible to pick one, but that's your task in today's vote, which you can find in the tab on your mobile or on the right on your desktop screen.

    West Indies fast bowlers
  46. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Trott would naturally be thinking it might be his last international innings. You know what's going to happen now, with all the pressure off he's going to bat magnificently and get a hundred."

  47. Eng 7-0

    Jonathan Trott is standing way back in his crease to Shannon Gabriel, desperately trying to counteract that fatal forward press which has been his downfall in this series. He hasn't quite rid himself of it yet, but he manages to play a waist-high delivery well enough, paddling it down to fine leg for a single.

  48. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Jay: England should open with Buttler and give him the license to go all native on the WI attack.

  49. Eng 5-0 (Cook 1, Trott 4)

    Cook survives the hat-trick ball and gets off the mark with a single to midwicket. Jonathan Trott avoids a pair with a clip off his legs for four. Truly, you would have to have a flint heart not to be willing Trott to make a score here...

    Jonathan Trott
  50. Post update

    Jerome Taylor will open the bowling, and let me remind you, he is on a hat-trick...

  51. Post update

    Jonathan Trott walks out to face the music. What must be going through his mind?

  52. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Jimmy Anderson that's the best he's bowled for 18 months, Stuart Broad the best he's bowled for a year, Moeen the worst he's bowled for a year, Joe Root, the worst he's bowled for two years."

  53. Post update

    James Anderson is now level with Dale Steyn on 396 Test wickets and is 12th on the all-time list of Test wicket-takers. How many more are there in the tank?

  54. Post update

    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC Test Match Special

    "One of the craziest days of Test cricket I can remember! What entertainment. Some fine bowling and some real rubbish."

  55. Post update

    Well, Jermaine Blackwood batted really well, but overall you'd have to say that was pretty wretched by West Indies. They didn't show the discipline and application necessary to prosper on a slightly uneven, tricky pitch.

    A real mixed bag from England's bowlers but James Anderson stood out once again, showing superb control and mastery of swing to bamboozle the top-order batsmen, then unflinching patience to prevail when the tail-enders were trying to hit him out of the park.

    6-42 for Anderson, his best Test figures overseas.

  56. End of innings scorecard

    West Indies 1st innings: 189 all out from 49.4 overs - trail by 68 runs

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Brathwaite 0), 5-2 (Hope 5), 21-3 (Samuels 9), 37-4 (Bravo 9), 82-5 (Chanderpaul 25), 107-6 (Ramdin 13), 124-7 (Holder 5), 162-8 Permaul 18) 178-9 (Taylor 15), 189-10 (Blackwood 85)

    Not out batsmen: Gabriel 0

    Bowling figures: Anderson 12.4-5-42-6, Broad 10-3-31-1, Moeen 10-2-56-1, Root 9-1-34-1, Jordan 6-3-4-0, Stokes 2-0-17-1

    England 1st innings: 257 (96.3 overs): Cook 105, Moeen 58, Taylor 3-36

    Match scorecard

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  57. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Bowlers of Jimmy Anderson's class clean up the best players and are then brought back to mop up the tail. Blackwood was trying to put West Indies back on parity, because he's been let down by a lot of his teammates."

  58. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Irvine Flaherty: Can't see this lasting much longer.

    Boom: Jimmy seems to have gone to another level since breaking the record.

  59. WICKET

    Blackwood c Moeen b Anderson 85 (WI 189 all out)

    If we see this many shots in Mayweather-Pacquiao tonight, we'll be lucky. Jermaine Blackwood, desperately striving for his second Test century, smacks Anderson back over his head into the stands, then tries to rifle him inside out over long-off and is well caught at full stretch by Moeen running round.

  60. Post update

    Tino Best

    West Indies fast bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    "Gabriel wouldn't be pleased at all because he bowled yesterday, he bowled today and it looks as though he will have to bowl again today. But it's called Test cricket, it tests your character."

  61. WI 183-9 (Blackwood 79. Gabriel 0)

    Shannon Gabriel enters, with Jermaine Blackwood in real danger of being left high and dry. He's on 74 at the moment - make that 78 as he slices Moeen over cover for four. Moeen then duffs a run-out opportunity, failing to gather the ball cleanly with Gabriel on his heels.

  62. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Rachel T: Look, if you start hitting Jimmy around he will GET YOU!

  63. WICKET

    Taylor b Anderson 15 (WI 178-9)

    This is kamikaze stuff from the West Indies. It's hang-the-consequences batting from Jerome Taylor, striking Anderson audaciously into the top tier, lofting him over mid-off for four, and then aiming a suicidal swipe at a full, reverse-swinging delivery and having his furniture comprehensively rearranged. Five wickets for Anderson, who has bowled superbly.

    James Anderson
  64. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    David McNaught: Jimmy's slower ball more effective than anything the "spinners" have tossed up.

  65. WI 168-8

    Jerome Taylor, who has a Test century to his name, is the new man. He's off the mark with a big carve over cover off Moeen Ali for four.

  66. Post update

    Tino Best

    West Indies fast bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    "Permaul is from Guyana and has frustrated us with his batting on a few occasions. He looked like Gordon Greenidge with that pull shot. I thought Jimmy would have tried to nick him off but he hit the deck. He's bowled wonderfully today."

  67. WICKET

    Permaul c sub (Lyth) b Anderson 18 (WI 162-8)

    Oh, Veerasammy. He just can't help but push his luck. He collects two fours off Jimmy Anderson with a poke over extra-cover and a flip off his hips, but he goes for one too many, and ends up stabbing a well-disguised cutter straight to short leg. Sub fielder Adam Lyth, who has been fired at like a clay pigeon in that close position, takes a smart catch.

    Adam Lyth
  68. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    David McNaught: Spinner wanted: please apply to the England and Wales Cricket Board.

  69. WI 150-7 (Moeen 8-2-45-1)

    Moeen Ali, who sent down some absolute nonsense in the afternoon session, is handed the ball at the other end. Yowls of thwarted jubilation from Jos Buttler and the close fielders as the ball beats Permaul's bat and scuttles millimetres past the off stump before running away for four. Sadly, Moeen can't keep it on the money - another short delivery is swivelled on mercilessly by Jermaine Blackwood and dispatched into the leg side for a one-bounce four.

  70. Post update

    Tino Best

    West Indies fast bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    "I still think this is a good batting pitch, even though England didn't execute or get that big first-innings total."

  71. WI 140-7 (Blackwood 68, Permaul 1)

    Blackwood gets the scoreboard moving after tea with a single to long-off, then Permaul blocks out the rest of Anderson's probing over.

  72. Post update

    Jimmy Anderson to open up after tea...

  73. Post update

    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC Test Match Special

    "When England do bat again, all eyes will be on Jonathan Trott after his failure in the first innings. He's going to need something special in the second innings to convince the selectors that he should be opening the batting against New Zealand and Australia."

  74. Post update

    Thank you Jamie. Well what a topsy-turvy day of cricket it's been. West Indies had got themselves into such a strong position with a fine bowling display to restrict England to 257, but their batting order has collapsed with the tragic inevitability of a flat-pack bookcase that you've spent three hours assembling, as soon as you gingerly place the first slim novella on its shelves.

    Can the hosts claw their way back, or will England continue their surge to victory? We're about to find out...

  75. Post update

    Despite the swift end to their first innings, it has been a pretty successful day for England so far, and their supporters have enjoyed their day in the sun. What will the final session bring? It will be quite a long one for one thing, there are still technically 38 overs remaining, and they will be described for you by James Gheerbrant.

    England fans
  76. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Joe France: Re Kevin at 19:29, the 'but' is that England are going to bat again soon...

  77. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Sometimes low-scoring Test matches are great fun to watch. It's a good cricket pitch. At 139-7, the tail isn't strong for West Indies, so England will be looking to get Blackwood out quickly after tea."

  78. Tea scorecard

    West Indies 1st innings: 139-7 from 43 overs - trail by 118 runs

    Batsmen: Blackwood 67, Permaul 1

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Brathwaite 0), 5-2 (Hope 5), 21-3 (Samuels 9), 37-4 (Bravo 9), 82-5 (Chanderpaul 25), 107-6 (Ramdin 13), 124-7 (Holder 5)

    Bowling figures: Anderson 9-5-13-3, Broad 10-3-31-1, Moeen 7-2-35-1, Root 9-1-34-1, Jordan 6-3-4-0, Stokes 2-0-17-1

    England 1st innings: 257 (96.3 overs): Cook 105, Moeen 58, Taylor 3-36

    Match scorecard

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  79. Tea

    WI 139-7 (118 behind)

    The 6ft 7 Broad tests out the 5ft 6 Permaul, who has a Test best of 20 from his four previous matches, but he survives and that is tea. That 28-over session has produced 102 runs and four wickets. England presumably in charge, but the dangerous Blackwood unbeaten on 67 from 71 balls.

  80. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "England are trying to make this ball reverse now. The last three throws have come in and Jos Buttler has jogged back to let it bounce. You can't throw the ball into the pitch, so that's the legal way of letting it get scuffed up."

  81. WI 139-7 (Blackwood 67, Permaul 1)

    Blackwood obviously thinks there is not much batting to come. Having swung and missed at Stokes he makes perfect contact with a soaring lofted drive but to gasps from the crowd a steward drops the ball - and his water - 15 yards or so over the ropes at mid-on.

  82. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Greg: Cook, Ali and Blackwood making the rest of the batsmen look a bit silly.

  83. WI 127-7 (Broad 1-31 from 9)

    England maintaining a good shine on one side of the ball as they seek some reverse swing. Blackwood unleashing some big shots now, swiping Broad for three, Trott hurling himself into the ropes to prevent the boundary.

  84. Scorecard update

    West Indies 1st innings: 124-7 from 40 overs - trail by 133 runs

    Batsmen: Blackwood 53, Taylor 0

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Brathwaite 0), 5-2 (Hope 5), 21-3 (Samuels 9), 37-4 (Bravo 9), 82-5 (Chanderpaul 25), 107-6 (Ramdin 13), 124-7 (Holder 5)

    Bowling figures: Anderson 9-5-13-3, Broad 8-2-28-1, Moeen 7-2-35-1, Root 9-1-34-1, Jordan 6-3-4-0, Stokes 1-0-5-1

    England 1st innings: 257 (96.3 overs): Cook 105, Moeen 58, Taylor 3-36

    Match scorecard

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  85. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Kevin Thornton: England cricket performing abroad? There must be a 'but' coming at some point...

  86. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Airy-fairy drive from Holder. It was his first ball facing Stokes, on a good length, moving away, and Holder - with no foot movement - went for that big vacant cover area and got a nick through."

  87. WICKET

    Holder c Buttler b Stokes 5 (WI 124-7)

    Ben Stokes brought on, Blackwood guides him to the boundary to complete his fourth Test fifty, with eight fours and two sixes from 61 balls, but Holder's first ball from the all-rounder moves away off the seam, is prodded at suspiciously and edged, resulting in England's seventh wicket.

    Ben Stokes
  88. Post update

    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC Test Match Special

    "It's been a strange performance by England in the field. There's been some lovely bowling, there's been some utter rubbish. I've never seen so many long hops in one session before."

  89. WI 119-6 (Broad 1-28 from 8)

    Broad's kicking up his heels as he runs in, thriving on the support he received from the large English contingent when he returned to field at fine-leg. He's in the mid-80's in terms of mph, but strays down the leg-side a couple of times, allowing Holder to collect a pair of twos.

  90. WI 115-6 (Blackwood 48, Holder 1)

    For some reason, young Joe is still plugging away from round the wicket, but he is unceremoniously thumped over cow corner for six by Blackwood. This really highlights the lack of options for captain Cook. Finally Adam Lyth is involved for England in this series - but as a sub fielder for the injured Ballance.

  91. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "Beautifully pitched up, Broad just tempted him outside off stump, and the ball just held its line. I think Broad's getting his bowling back, I think he'll be bowling well by the time the Ashes come around."

  92. WICKET

    Ramdin c Buttler b Broad 13 (WI 107-6)

    But Broad has made a timely breakthrough, the ball nipping away a fraction outside off-stump, Ramdin going for the drive and feathering a low catch to Buttler behind the stumps.

    Stuart Broad takes Ramdin
  93. WI 107-5 (Root 1-26 from 8)

    Ballance's wrist saved four but two more wretched half trackers from young Roe have got what they deserved, nicely put away by Blackwood who is into the 40s now.

  94. Ouch!

    Gary Ballance will be wishing Joe Root had been taken out of the attack as well. Yet another rank long hop from his ex flat-mate is savagely pulled by Blackwood and crashes into Ballance's wrist standing about two yards away at short-leg. It has already turned crimson, there is not much the physio can do for that and Ballance is understandably going off.

    Gary Ballance
  95. WI 99-5 (Blackwood 33, Ramdin 13)

    Broad back in the attack but the final ball of the over is short and wide and the phlegmatic Ramdin cuts it to the boundary. What would be a retrievable first innings deficit for the Windies? will there BE a first innings deficit?

  96. WI 95-5 (162 behind)

    Awful ball from Joe way down the leg-side, Ramdin gets a tickle on it and only the athletic figure Jordan prevents the boundary, saving one run.

  97. Text 81111

    Ade: Re Neil Edwards (18:50) interesting point, but your taking an enormous leap of faith to think Jordan could bat at number 6 in Test cricket!

  98. WI 91-5 (Blackwood 32, Ramdin 6)

    Just the single from Jordan's over, and his opening six overs have gone for only four runs. He has not looked particularly dangerous but he's holding his end up superbly, so to speak.

  99. Email tms@bbc.co.uk

    Ian in Barcelona: Adil Rashid is unquestionably a better spin bowler than Joe Root. Ben Stokes and Chris Jordan are picked ahead of Rashid. Root is put on to bowl before either Stokes or Jordan, relegating them to fifth and sixth choices behind Anderson, Broad, Moeen and Root. The logic simply does not tie up, Mr Moores.

  100. WI 90-5 (Root 1-14 from 6)

    A maiden from Root, perhaps as much due to Windies skipper Ramdin not wanting to get out immediately after the drinks break as any great devilment with the ball.

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    Daniel Furkins: Ah, 88-5. Eng on top? Since Haddin repeatedly crucified us when Aus had a similar score in the ashes I'm not holding my breath.

  102. Around the ground

    Need a hat? Plenty on offer at one of the colourful stands around the ground. Not sure what those heads are at the front. They look a little sinister.

    Merchandise
  103. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Neil Edwards: Starting to think that Jordan could become a good all-round number 6 instead of Stokes, leaving an opening for Plunkett.

  104. Post update

    Tino Best

    West Indies fast bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    "Jordan is one of those guys who will always give you 100%, but I think he just needs to drive through a bit more with his action. When you're a fast bowler you've got to have that desire to bowl fast."

  105. Email tms@bbc.co.uk

    Ray in Swansea: This is really starting to remind me of England v India last summer now. Some good initial performances from England's opponents, including India outbowling us in our own conditions, but once we got over the line in one match they folded like a house of cards, confidence shot for the rest of the series.

  106. Drinks break

    WI 90-5 (Jordan 0-3 from 5)

    Still plenty of sunshine for the supporters to enjoy, and there is an England football shirt from the 1982 World Cup in evidence. Blackwood calmly keeps out Jordan and the drinks buggy is ushered onto the field.

  107. Scorecard update

    West Indies 1st innings: 89-5 from 30 overs - trail by 168 runs

    Batsmen: Blackwood 31, Ramdin 5

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Brathwaite 0), 5-2 (Hope 5), 21-3 (Samuels 9), 37-4 (Bravo 9), 82-5 (Chanderpaul 25)

    Bowling figures: Anderson 9-5-13-3, Broad 5-1-20-0, Moeen 7-2-35-1, Root 5-0-14-1, Jordan 4-3-2-0

    England 1st innings: 257 (96.3 overs): Cook 105, Moeen 58, Taylor 3-36

    Match scorecard

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  108. WI 89-5 (Root 1-14 from 5)

    Blackwood not finding things easy against Root from round the wicket but he picks up a boundary into the leg-side. England won't mind him going for his shots though.

  109. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    James Gutteridge: Jordan's close catching could buy him a long term place in this team, the new Collingwood for sure.

  110. Salisbury first man to dismiss Shiv

    Ian Salisbury holds the honour of being the first man to dismiss Shiv Chanderpaul in Test cricket (see 18:14 entry).

    The former Surrey, Sussex and Warwickshire leg-spinner, who took 20 wickets at 76.95 in his 15 Tests, bowled Chanderpaul for 62 on his way to taking 4-163 in West Indies' 556 all out.

    England's other frontline bowlers in their innings defeat that match? Chris Lewis, Alan Igglesden, and Angus Fraser, while Graeme Hick and Mark Ramprakash bowled 35 overs between them (without taking a wicket).

    Ian Salisbury
  111. WI 84-5 (Blackwood 31, Ramdin 0)

    In addition to his peerless slip fielding, Jordan is doing a good job with the ball, keeping Blackwood's attacking instincts in check, finally conceding his first runs from the final ball of his fourth over.

  112. Post update

    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC Test Match Special

    "That's an absolute blinder. Jordan is remarkable in that position, I've never seen anything like him. He produced the right hand from nowhere, it's the kind of catch that renders you speechless."

  113. WICKET

    Chanderpaul c Jordan b Root 25 (WI 82-5)

    That's how they're going to get him, through an outstanding piece of fielding. Jordan at slip again, was moving to his left, but with incredible reflexes he takes off to his right and clutches it one handed after Chanderpaul forced Root off the back foot. The 66-ball vigil ends.

    Chris Jordan
  114. WI 80-4 (partnership 43)

    The great Brian Charles Lara is 46 today. He'd probably still get a few out here today, the pitch seems to have well and truly flattened out. Jordan is intrepid, without causing much alarm for the batsmen. But three maidens is pretty impressive.

  115. Email tms@bbc.co.uk

    Julian in Surrey: People joke about the Aussies watching this and hardly being filled with fear - well here's a different view, both Anderson and Cook running back into top form after a couple of years off their best - is actually something to worry about.

  116. Dropped catch

    WI 80-4 (Chanderpaul 24, Blackwood 28)

    Joe Root replaces Moeen - someone had to after that previous over really - with his brand of occasional off-spin from round the wicket and nearly breaks through with his first ball as Blackwood's leg glance just carries to leg gully but Ian Bell cannot quite scoop it up.

    Ian Bell
  117. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Matthew Keast: Two of the worst overs I've ever seen from a spin bowler. Where's Rashid?

  118. Post update

    BBC Radio Test Match Special

    "We haven't got any songs about the West Indies players out here. Maybe we learnt our lesson from Mitchell Johnson."

    Test Match Special's celebration of 20 years of The Barmy Army is now available as a podcast.

    Barmy Army members
  119. WI 79-4 (Chanderpaul 24, Blackwood 27)

    Jordan is maintaining a good line on or around off-stump in the high 80's mph but Chanderpaul is not going to do anything adventurous in that region it would appear. A second successive maiden for the Sussex all-rounder.

  120. Post update

    Tony Cozier

    BBC Test Match Special

    "Moeen Ali has been all over the place, just like Permaul for the West Indies yesterday."

  121. WI 79-4 (partnership 42)

    Sam Robson, can we call him former England opener? Anyway, he's just been dismissed for 178 from 300 balls for Middlesex against Durham at Lord's. More buffet bowling from Moeen, and even the obdurate Chanderpaul is not going to pass that up, pulling it emphatically through mid-wicket for four.

  122. Chanderpaul's Test debut in 1994

    Shiv Chanderpaul made his Test debut against England in Guyana in March 1994.

    He scored 62 in West Indies' thumping victory by an innings and 44 runs in the second Test of the series. Brian Lara scored 167 and Jimmy Adams 137 while Curtly Ambrose took 8-95 in the match.

    Do you remember who dismissed the then 19-year-old Chanderpaul?

  123. WI 67-4 (190 behind)

    After three overs for nine runs, Anderson makes way for Jordan, who has three slips in place for Chanderpaul, standing a foot or so outside the crease. He's not tempted outside the off-stump and the waiting game continues.

  124. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Moeen's just trying to turn the ball a bit too hard and rushing through his action a bit too much. He just needs to slow himself down and not put too much pressure on himself."

  125. WI 67-4 (Chanderpaul 17, Blackwood 22)

    Geoffrey will not be impressed by this bowling from Moeen, a half tracker and Blackwood rocks back and launches into over mid-wicket for only the third six of the match. Two more long hops with the next two balls are pulled for four.

  126. WI 53-4 (204 behind)

    Breeze picking up a fraction at the Kensington Oval, just ruffling Chanderpaul's shirt. He's not going to be dismissed charging down the wicket, so how do you think England will get him? Very solid defence to Anderson and the swing seems to have gone for the moment.

  127. WI 53-4 (Moeen 1-9 from 5)

    Blackwood, who made an unbeaten century in the first Test, is only in his eighth Test, while Chanderpaul is playing his 164th. Just the single to Shiv from Moeen's over. Not much spin after lunch yet.

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    Simon Boendermaker: If England can get Chanderpaul out, there's no reason not to think they can be batting again before stumps.

  129. WI 52-4 (Chanderpaul 16, Blackwood 8)

    Blackwood opens his account with two nonchalant flicks to the boundary through the leg-side when Anderson is for once off his intended target.

  130. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Mike France: Why do so many batsmen open the face of the bat? I read that Bradman played with the bat face slightly closed.

    Phil Coulson: 257 is not looking as bad a score as it did one-and-a-half hours ago. Windies' batting is as awful as Jimmy is good.

  131. WI 44-4 (Moeen 1-8 from 4)

    Chanderpaul, who is facing mid-wicket with his crab-like stance as the bowler approaches, picks up a four to fine-leg when Moeen strays down the leg-side. All the fours on the scoreboard and thoughts turn to the late, great umpire, dear old David Shepherd.

  132. WI 38-4 (Chanderpaul 10, Blackwood 0)

    So, the seventh wicket of the day has gone and not surprisingly Jimmy Anderson is back in the attack looking for another. Shiv Chanderpaul once batted for 675 minutes for 136 not out against India and he's going to have to dig in again. Three slips and a gully await an edge but the 40-year-old keeps him out, pinching a single from the final ball of the over.

  133. WICKET

    Bravo c Jordan b Moeen 9 (WI 37-4)

    Welcome back for the afternoon session and it is an immediate breakthrough for England. Not the most convincing of strokes off the back foot, and it flies to slip where the safe hands of Chris Jordan make no mistake with the low chance.

    Chris Jordan
  134. Post update

    BBC Radio Test Match Special

    At lunch, TMS are looking back on '20 Years of the Barmy Army'. Take a listen, then join us again for the resumption in around 30 minutes.

    Barmy Army
  135. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    David townend: So Root is on 13th over to bowl as second spinner! Rashid should have played with Jordan or Stokes dropped.

  136. Post update

    Well, what a session. Wickets tumbled as England subsided to a disappointing total, but the tourists came roaring back into contention thanks to inspired spell from - who else? - Jimmy Anderson. England have their noses in front, you'd say, but after lunch they'll have to dislodge arguably the West Indies' best two batsmen in Darren Bravo and Shiv Chanderpaul.

    England celebrate
  137. Post update

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

    "It's in England's favour so far, not by a long way maybe. Jerome Taylor bowled some really good balls and England's tail got knocked over. But Anderson bowled some gorgeous deliveries, he swung it and got Samuels with wonderful, classy swing bowling. If England had really good spinners I think they would knock West Indies over easily. If Derek Underwood was bowling they wouldn't get a run."

  138. Lunch scorecard

    West Indies 1st innings: 37-3 from 15 overs - trail by 220 runs

    Batsmen: Bravo 9, Chanderpaul 9

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Brathwaite 0), 5-2 (Hope 5), 21-3 (Samuels 9)

    Bowling figures: Anderson 6-4-4-3, Broad 5-1-20-0, Moeen 2-1-2-0, Root 2-0-6-0

    England 1st innings: 257 all out from 96.3 overs

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Trott 0), 38-2 (Ballance 18), 38-3 (Bell 0), 91-4 (Root 33), 189-5 (Moeen 58), 233-6 (Stokes 22), 240-7 (Cook 105), 247-8 (Jordan 3), 257-9 (Broad 10), 257-10 (Anderson 0)

    Not out batsman: Buttler 3

    Bowling figures: Taylor 18.3-8-36-3, Gabriel 15-3-47-2, Holder 16-4-34-2, Samuels 27-5-53-1, Permaul 20-1-86-1

    Match scorecard

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  139. WI 37-3

    Joe Root to bowl the last over before lunch. Chanderpaul bludgeons an awful drag-down to the fence, and he and Bravo have survived through to lunch.

  140. WI 33-3 (Bravo 9, Chanderpaul 5)

    Moeen hustles through a maiden, which means we'll have time for one more before lunch.

  141. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    David townend: Can we clone Jimmy Anderson 4 times? He is a different class to everyone else with his bowling. What a spell.

  142. WI 33-3

    Off-spin from both ends as the fresh-faced destroyer Joe Root enters the fray. Cries of 'Catch it!' at Chanderpaul prods forward and the ball flies just wide of Alastair Cook at short extra-cover. West Indies walking on hot coals here.

    Chanderpaul of the West Indies
  143. WI 25-3 (Bravo 9, Chanderpaul 3)

    Time for a bit of spin before lunch. Moeen gets a twirl, and immediately it's turning for the spinner, spitting out of the footholes like fat from a hot pan of sausages. Bravo misses a couple and then picks up two into the covers.

  144. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    Stan: Sir Jimmy Anderson has a lovely ring to it...

    Ben Lenyk: Jimmy has been England's best player for ages. Without him, where would they be and what happens when he can't do it anymore?

    Ben Thapa: Much neglected aspect of Jimmy's bowling - in rhythm bowls quicker - up to 90mph here - and ball swings later. Subtle, but key.

  145. WI 25-3

    A great contest between James Anderson and Shiv Chanderpaul: one man all easy, fluid grace; the other cussed, stubborn survival instinct. Chanderpaul blocks out studiously, then picks up two through midwicket.

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    Michael Pearce: Well left Marlon! Tell your story walking.

    Daniel Furkins: Bye bye Sergeant Samuels. We salute you!

    Richard Parfitt: Stuart Broad would have been proud of that review.

  147. Scorecard update

    West Indies 1st innings: 23-3 from 10 overs - trail by 234 runs

    Batsmen: Bravo 7, Chanderpaul 1

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Brathwaite 0), 5-2 (Hope 5), 21-3 (Samuels 9)

    Bowling figures: Anderson 5-4-2-3, Broad 5-1-20-0

    England 1st innings: 257 all out from 96.3 overs

    Fall of wickets: 0-1 (Trott 0), 38-2 (Ballance 18), 38-3 (Bell 0), 91-4 (Root 33), 189-5 (Moeen 58), 233-6 (Stokes 22), 240-7 (Cook 105), 247-8 (Jordan 3), 257-9 (Broad 10), 257-10 (Anderson 0)

    Not out batsman: Buttler 3

    Bowling figures: Taylor 18.3-8-36-3, Gabriel 15-3-47-2, Holder 16-4-34-2, Samuels 27-5-53-1, Permaul 20-1-86-1

    Match scorecard

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  148. WI 23-3

    England bowling coach Ottis Gibson enjoyed watching that one on the laptop - he's giving it the full double fist-pump on the balcony. Shiv Chanderpaul gets off the mark with a single to square leg.

  149. WICKET

    Samuels lbw b Anderson 9 (WI 21-3)

    Ripping out middle stump two-thirds of the way up. Samuels sheepishly avoids watching the review on the big screen, he knows he's frittered one of his side's challenges there. Done up like a kipper by Jimmy, two overs of outswing, a subtle change of seam position, and the ball dips in and pins him on the crease. Lovely.

    England celebrate
  150. Umpire review

    Now then! Marlon Samuels misses an inswinger from Jimmy Anderson and is hit plumb in front - he's going to review it but he looks dead...

  151. WI 20-2

    Crowd

    Samuels absolutely smears Broad through the off-side, but then is beaten all ends up by one that holds its line from the England bowler. Good contest, and as this picture from our colleague Tim Oscroft shows, all eyes are glued to the action in the middle at the Kensington Oval.

  152. WI 16-2 (Anderson 4-3-2-2)

    Anderson is bowling with real venom here. He pins Darren Bravo with such a good bouncer that the batsman can't get out of the way in time and is rapped on the back. That will be sore, get the frozen peas on that at lunch.

  153. WI 14-2 (Bravo 4, Samuels 4)

    This is a nervy start for the West Indies, and they could be three down. First Darren Bravo flashes one just wide of Chris Jordan at third slip, then he nearly chops one on to his stumps, then he's struck on the pad. The hosts are living dangerously, but they do pick up a couple of boundaries.

  154. Join the debate at #bbccricket

    David Long: 5-2, Anderson and Broad all over West Indies like a cheap suit!

  155. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Very good from Jimmy Anderson, with a fuller length. The seam, when we saw the slow motion replay, was absolutely glorious. It's been very straight recently but here it was angled to third man, causing that away swing."

  156. WICKET

    Hope c Cook b Anderson 5 (WI 5-2)

    We go through the usual rigmarole with umpteen different camera angles, before the third umpire eventually decides that Hope is out. It was a tentative poke at a full delivery from the debutant, who has to go.

    James Anderson and and Alastair Cook celebrate
  157. Umpire review

    Instant redemption? Well, it's not going to be instant redemption. Alastair Cook thinks he's caught Shai Hope down low, but the umpires want to have another look...

  158. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    "Very promising start from the England bowlers, Jimmy Anderson has got his length spot on with a bit of swing, Stuart Broad steaming in and should have had a wicket too."

    James Anderson celebrates
  159. Dropped catch

    WI 5-1

    Dolly! An absolute howler from the England skipper. Stuart Broad sends down a sharp lifter outside off stump that gets Darren Bravo wafting, and the edge loops gently to Alastair Cook at first slip. It's a nice height, but it goes straight into the fingers and out again. Cook looks mortified, like a man who's forgotten to water his neighbour's house-plants while they're on holiday. Let-off for the West Indies, frustration for Stuart Broad.

    Cook drops a catch