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#PoliteEnquiries: Was England's day-night Test a success?

Jarrod Kimber and George Dobell answer your questions after England's dominant victory over West Indies at Edgbaston.

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Root praises '12th man' influence

Joe Root hailed the impact of the fans at Edgbaston after their opening Test victory against West Indies

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Can West Indies improve at Headingley?

Melinda Farrell and Jarrod Kimber discuss how West Indies can improve after a heavy defeat in the opening Test against England at Edgbaston.

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'We've got to stay in the fight' - Holder

Jason Holder spoke after West Indies' heavy defeat to England at Edgbaston about how they can respond at Headingley.

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Bowlers' delight at Edgbaston

Having seen 19 wickets fall on day three at Edgbaston, Jarrod Kimber and Melinda Farrell ask whether England can learn anything from such a comprehensive victory

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England continue to dominate

Melinda Farrell looks back at what has been a dominating performance so far from England against West Indies at Edgbaston.

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Anderson makes the pink ball talk

Melinda Farrell discusses the opening session of the third day as England look to turn up the heat on the West Indies at Edgbaston.

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Gambhir: Don't experiment with Test cricket

Gautam Gambhir and Ajit Agarkar discuss the pros and cons of pink-ball Test cricket

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Malan reveals batting rituals

Dawid Malan discusses how Alastair Cook indulged his habits out in the middle on the way to a maiden Test fifty

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'I was still too expensive' - Chase

Roston Chase talks about another tough day in the field for West Indies and their hopes of putting up a positive response with the bat

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Cook's easiest double-ton?

Jarrod Kimber and Melinda Farrell discuss Alastair Cook's 243, a missed opportunity for Dawid Malan and West Indies' continued woes

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WATCH - Cook's magnificent 243

Alastair Cook saw out the entirety of England's first innings against the West Indies with a total of 243 runs off 407 balls at Edgbaston.

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Cook falls but respite may for short for WI

George Dobell assesses West Indies' chances after Alastair Cook's 243 allowed England to declare on 512 for 7

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'Frustrating' to watch Root bat - Cook

Alastair Cook joked that it was hard to stand at the other end after Joe Root cruised to his latest Test century

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'We had to send a slight reminder to take the new ball'

West Indies bowling coach Roddy Estwick reflected on an inconsistent display in the field and the decision to delay the second new ball

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Bizarro cricket from West Indies?

Jarrod Kimber and Melinda Farrell discuss West Indies' poor tactical choices on the opening day of the first Test at Edgbaston

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Highlights - Cook, Root dominate WI on first day

Alastair Cook and Joe Root each managed a ton to help England to an imposing first-day total of 348/3 against the West Indies.

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Root and Cook set solid platform

Melinda Farrell discusses how Joe Root and Alastair Cook negotiated the middle session at Edgbaston without drama

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New pink ball, same old England

Jarrod Kimber looks back on some familiar events at Edgbaston as England's top order stumbles, but Alastair Cook and Joe Root come to the rescue

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Pink ball has piqued interest

ESPNcricinfo's Melinda Farrell and George Dobell preview the first day-night Test in the UK, with questions over both sides' batting

Quick end

2009

Last time WI were all-out in fewer overs in their first inns of a Test than the 47 overs in this inns, v Eng at Lord's.

After a while

2015

Last time none of WI''s top-5 batsmen scored more than 25 runs in a Test innings, which was v Aus in Kingston. Highest score among WI's top-5 in this inns is 25.

Mammoth scores

258.75

Average of Cook's 200+ scores innings, is the third-highest among 24 players with 4 or more 200s. Only Sehwag and Lara have higher runs/innings in 200+ scores.

Cook's fourth

4

No. of double-centuries for Cook in Tests. For England, only Hammond (7) has hit more 200s. Hutton also hit 4 200s.

Cook's edgbaston

767

Previous most Test runs by any batsman at Edgbaston, by David Gower. Cook has gone past that mark to set a new record.

Record Stand at Edgbaston

248

Runs added by Alastair Cook and Joe Root - Highest for the third wicket at Edgbaston and the highest for any wicket in day-night Tests.

Long time coming

16

Innings since Alastair Cook scored his previous Test century. Cook's century came against India at Rajkot when he scored 130.

Root's run

11

Number of consecutive Tests in which Joe Root has got at least one fifty-plus score - joint second-longest such streak for a batsman.

Boundaries galore

22

Boundaries hit in the first session - the joint second-most in the first session on the first day of any Test in the last-ten years.

Roach ends drought

328

Balls Kemar Roach went wicket-less in Tests before dismissing Stoneman. His previous scalp was Kusal Mendis at the P Sara Oval in 2015.

Stoneman earns a Test debut

1033

Runs scored by Mark Stoneman in FC matches in 2017 - the second-highest by any batsman in England in the season. Stoneman averaged 57.38 and made 3 centuries.