Player of the Match
Player of the Match
, play 01:55
'Hope result doesn't change way Root thinks' - Bayliss

England coach Trevor Bayliss reflects on the defeat at Headingley where they couldn't defend 322 and the progress of the inexperienced batsmen

, play 03:03
Root can only learn from Headingley

Alan Gardner explains why Joe Root can only learn from his attacking declaration against West Indies at Headingley.

, play 03:17
Hope's achievement defies logic

Jarrod Kimber is lost for words trying to describe Shai Hope's back to back centuries against England at Headingley.

, play 02:03
'We must keep progressing' - Holder

Jason Holder spoke after the second Test victory over England about the upcoming third Test at Lord's.

, play 01:19
Hope 'had no idea' what Blackwood was thinking

Shai Hope spoke to the press after West Indies' victory over England at Headingley in the 2nd Test.

, play 01:37
'We have to be better' - Root

Joe Root discusses England's defeat to West Indies and Headingley in the 2nd Test and admits his surprise at the number of dropped catches.

, play 01:27
Hope and Glory for West Indies

Given almost no chance before the match, and very little heading into the final day, West Indies secured a remarkable victory. Melinda Farrell reports from Headingley

, play 01:14
Tight Test continues to hang in the balance

Alan Gardner looks back on a morning session at Headingley that did little to improve either England or West Indies' chances of victory

, play 01:01
Can Stoneman take his chance?

Melinda Farrell looks back at the second session of day three as Mark Stoneman will hope to make an impression against West Indies at Headingley.

, play 01:14
Resilient West Indies build commanding lead

Alan Gardner reports from Headingley, where the West Indies are comfortably ahead of England after the first innings

, play 05:03
#PoliteEnquiries: Are England mediocre?

Jarrod Kimber and Melinda Farrell answer your questions as West Indies stamp their mark on the Test series

, play 02:21
Can West Indies make England sweat?

Alan Gardner and Melinda Farrell discuss the dominant performances of Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope during the second day at Headingley.

, play 01:47
'We didn't bowl well' - Anderson

James Anderson conceded that England's performance wasn't good enough on the second day of the second Test against West Indies.

, play 01:15
'Hope will do extremely well' - Brathwaite

Kraigg Brathwaite praised Shai Hope after their excellent partnership on the 2nd day of the 2nd Test against England.

, play 01:21
Brathwaite and Hope star at Headingley

Melinda Farrell looks back at the formidable partnership between Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope during the 2nd day of the 2nd Test.

, play 00:59
Windies weather storm in promising start

Alan Gardner reports from Headingley as the West Indies build a solid platform in the morning session of day two

, play 04:17
#PoliteEnquiries: Why are England consistently inconsistent?

Melinda Farrell and Jarrod Kimber answer your questions after the opening day of the second Test between England and West Indies.

, play 03:02
Gabriel return steadies shaky Windies

Alan Gardner and Melinda Farrell discuss the impact Shannon Gabriel has had after the opening day of the second Test at Headingley.

, play 01:43
Stokes describes 'brainfart' moment

Ben Stokes recalled his lucky let-off on 98 as he brought up his sixth Test hundred on the opening day at Headingley

, play 01:14
'We have a point to prove' - Roach

Kemar Roach spoke after the opening day of the second Test against England at Headingley about the mindset in the West Indies side.

Leeds' lord


Shai Hope is the first ever player to score 100s in both innings of a first-class matches at Headingley.

Brathwaite & Hope


No. of West Indies pairs to share century partnerships in both innings of a Test, including Brathwaite & Hope in this match. Last were Lara & Sarwan v SL, Colombo SSC, 2001-02.

Special double


Last time a visiting opener scored a century and a fifty in the same Test at Headingley, Mark Taylor (136 & 60). Kraigg Brathwaite has done the same in this match.

Tough Task


Highest successful run-chase by West Indies in Tests in last 5 years, that came against England in Bridgetown in 2015. They need 322 in this game.

Big total, no hundreds


No. of higher totals for England without a hundred than the 490 in this match. It is also the highest 2nd inns total without a hundred for any team.

Expensive drops


Total runs cost to the fielding side by dropped catches in this Test. Bairstow's drop was the 10th drop of the Test - 7 by WI and 3 by Eng.

Stokes' double


No. of times Stokes has scored a century and a fifty in the same Test, including this; other was v NZ, Lord's, 2015. Since his debut, Root (twice) and Cook are the only other England players to do so.

Fifty & fifty


This is the first time in his ongoing streak of 12 Tests with 50+ scores that Root has scored 50+ in both innings of a Test.

Can England overturn?


Last time England won a Test after facing a deficit of 150 or more runs, v NZ in Old Trafford. They will need to overcome deficit of 169 in this match.

Unbeatable lead?


No. of Tests lost by West Indies after gaining a first inns lead of over 150 runs, in 116 instances before this match. They attained a lead of 169 runs this Test.

Anderson's attack


No. of 5-wkt hauls for Anderson in last 2 Tests at Headingley, including this. In his first 7 Tests at Headingley, he had taken only 19 wkts at 41.36 with no 5-fors.

hope's high


Last time a West Indies batsman made a bigger score in West Indies than Shai Hope's 147 in this game. Lara scored 179 & 152 in the 1995 tour, at The Oval and Nottingham respectively.

Windies leading


Last time West Indies gained first innings lead in England, at Old Trafford. They have taken the lead in this match.

After a long time


Last time West Indies a double-century partnership in Tests, between Chanderpaul and Ramdin in Hamilton. Brathwaite and Hope have shared one in this game.

Glory at young age


No. of 100s for Brathwaite. Among openers, only G Smith (11) and A Cook (7) have scored more 100s before the age of 25.