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Summary

  1. England complete 232-run win, but lose series 2-1
  2. Three wickets apiece for Anderson and Moeen
  3. Moeen takes spectacular catch at gully for England's first wicket
  4. Root declares after falling for 122; Stokes finishes 48 not out

Live Reporting

By Matthew Henry and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    There has been rain overnight and this morning but the weather looks to be set fair for the day.

    That shouldn't have to come into England's declaration calculations.

    Weather
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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on The Cricket Social

    There are still two days left in this game. Why wouldn't you want the extra cushion [of more runs].

    The players are in it to play games of cricket, they are not in it to make it exciting at certain times.

    If England get a 500 lead they will be more comfortable bowling.

    In the dressing room they care about one thing: winning. They want to win by a comfortable margin. Root wants to win this match to build momentum and if that happens on the afternoon of day five, then so be it.

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    Joe Root

    This is what Joe Root had to say on the declaration yesterday: "It’ll be coming at some point.

    "Hopefully we can have a little think about it tonight and think about how that roller will affect the wicket, maybe sere how that plays and then make a judgement call on that early on.

    "If it starts to really misbehave like it did when they took the new ball more frequently with the older ball, then that might give us a little bit of a nudge to pull out. It just feel like the more wear you put into this pitch, the quicker things speed up.

    "Almost holding our nerve and really putting them under pressure for as long as possible could speed things up in a way later on."

  4. Post update

    If you missed yesterday's action you can catch-up on it all by reading our day three report.

    It includes the key moments of the day, plus the thoughts of Root after his hundred.

    Joe Root
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    Joe Root

    Joe Root's century on day three, the first by an England batsman in this series, has put his side in a commanding position.

    They lead by 448 runs with six wickets left.

    More importantly there are two full days left in this match.

    Surely it's a matter of scoring a few more quick runs, declaring and then trying to bowl out West Indies.

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    Joe Root

    A first English hundred was a long time coming in this series.

    Now, what about a Test victory?