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Shai Hope played some confident drives

West Indies in England 2017

Long road ahead, but West Indies have hope

West Indies still have work to do to compete consistently with the best sides in the longest format, but they end their Test series in England with some notable positives

Ben Stokes and Jason Holder share a joke during a hard-fought passage of play

England v West Indies, 3rd Investec Test, Lord's, 2nd day

Spills and spirit as erratic Windies stay in the hunt

West Indies have made yet more clumsy errors in an absorbing Test, but they haven't allowed their heads to drop, and that could yet be critical

Kemar Roach struck early to remove Mark Stoneman

England v West Indies, 3rd Investec Test, Lord's, 1st day

West Indies swing low, but finish their day on a high

West Indies' lowest total of the series to date was actually a continuation of the dogged attitude they had found at Headingley, and their bowling reflected that truth

Shai Hope chats with Brian Lara during West Indies training

England v West Indies, 3rd Investec Test, Lord's

West Indies ready for 'momentous' Lord's encounter

Jason Holder hopes West Indies can feed off their victory in the second Test and continue to defy expectations in the series decider at Lord's

Dawid Malan reached fifty for the first time in Tests

West Indies in England 2017

'Humbled' Malan sticks to his gameplan

Dawid Malan thought the chance to play for England might have passed him by but he now stands on the brink of a Lord's Test that could seal his spot for the Ashes

Shai Hope became the first man to score two centuries in a first-class match at Headingley

England v West Indies, 2nd Investec Test, Headingley, 5th day

'Elated' Hope revels in West Indies' fight

Ridiculed roundly after the innings defeat in Edgbaston, the team sat down to recognise what was needed of each player and the youngest of XI delivered a truly special performance

Alex Hartley enjoys taking the wicket of Harmanpreet Kaur

England v India, Women's World Cup final, Lord's

A day to ask: where were you?

A thrilling Women's World Cup final at a sold out Lord's was a match years in the making and can define the future of the game

Members of the England team gather on the Lord's balcony

England v India, Women's World Cup final, Lord's

Honesty the best policy for 'tougher' England

Heather Knight termed the last 18 months "manic" as England turned around their fortunes following last year's World T20