George Dobell

Senior correspondent at ESPNcricinfo

Moeen Ali finished off the innings with two lbws

England in West Indies 2015

Moeen's success surprises himself

In a little over a year since his international debut, Moeen Ali has become a pivotal figure in English cricket especially for his bowling but he also wants to flourish with the bat

Jonathan Trott dragged on for a duck

England in West Indies 2015

Moores backs Trott despite another duck

Peter Moores has hinted that Jonathan Trott will retain his place in the England side for the third Test of the series against West Indies

Alastair Cook celebrates the moment of victory

West Indies v England, 2nd Test, St George's, 5th day

Fire in the belly ignites on time for England

England remain outsiders to win back the Ashes, but a rousing overseas victory on a docile pitch on the fifth day showed they are making progress

Kraigg Brathwaite and Darren Bravo shared 142 for the second wicket to frustrate England

West Indies v England, 2nd Test, St George's, 4th day

England's desperation to win waxes and wanes

Young batsmen like Joe Root have shown an insatiable hunger to score runs on tour while England's senior bowlers frustratingly see-saw between brilliance and indifference

Gary Ballance was again a solid presence at No. 3

West Indies v England, 2nd Test, St George's, 3rd day

England's new generation build on the old guard

After a prolonged winter of poor results, England's spring is starting to bloom with a group of young players suggesting qualities for healthy Test careers

Stuart Broad removed Denesh Ramdin with a delivery above 90mph

West Indies v England, 2nd Test, St George's, 2nd day

Broad atones - but what about the future?

Stuart Broad and James Anderson have served England with distinction but there are valid questions about their continued effectiveness with the new ball

There was much defence from Marlon Samuels but also moments of attack

West Indies v England, 2nd Test, St George's, 1st day

Patient Samuels frustrates England

England will rue a day of missed opportunity, a day on which an unusually patient Marlon Samuels made amends for his error of judgement in the first Test

Alastair Cook, Adil Rashid and Peter Moores at net practice

West Indies v England, 2nd Test, St George's

Pressure on Cook to end rough run

Alastair Cook's form is not as bad as has been made out but England need him to start scoring hundreds again

Devon Smith battled impressively during the final session

England in West Indies 2015

'Mediocre' jibe motivates West Indies

Devon Smith has said a desire to "prove England wrong" has provided extra motivation for West Indies

Moeen Ali was back in the nets with England

England in West Indies 2015

More toil likely as England hunt 20 wickets

England's Test attack from Antigua was given a day off on Sunday and the same quicks are likely to face more hard work in the second Test with them unable to find much movement