A historic Test match was dealt a humiliating conclusion under the Edgbaston floodlights, as West Indies crumbled to one of the most spineless defeats in their long and once-proud history
Eight of West Indies' batsmen were dismissed twice in the day as they hurtled to a crushing innings defeat at Edgbaston. Here's a recap of those who came and went in the blink of an eye.Kyle Hopec Sto
A round-up of all the key stats from the third - and final - day of the first Test at Edgbaston
West Indies were woeful in the first Test at Edgbaston. But how could things be better when they have no experienced players, and barely any of quality either?
The reactions on Twitter to Stuart Broad becoming England's second-highest wicket-taker in Tests
Jason Holder, West Indies' captain, has challenged his players to "look themselves in the mirror" and find a way to fight back into the series after crushing defeat at Edgbaston
It tells you much about the current state of world cricket that Edgbaston had only budgeted for a three-day Test
Alastair Cook made a gargantuan 243 from 407 balls as England declared their first innings on 514 for 8 but West Indies lost just one wicket in reply before rain ended play early
Stats analysis of Alastair Cook's 243 against West Indies at Edgbaston
A maiden Test half-century was an important moment for Malan but it wasn't quite the command performance it could have been
As day turned to night a familiar figure made light of the creeping darkness to leave England in the pink
Alastair Cook conceded that the performance of the day had come from his sidekick and successor as captain, Joe Root
Stats highlights from the first day of the day-night Test between England and West Indies
Alastair Cook and Joe Root scored two of their softer hundreds against a West Indies attack low on confidence and quality
The bowling was poor from West Indies but there were stages when the captaincy was even worse
The purpose of day-night Tests was to make the format more viewer-friendly. Having spectators in Birmingham huddle in the cold didn't quite do that
Playing under lights could be the key to Test cricket's future. That would require cricket's powerhouse to buy in
Former West Indies fast bowler Andy Roberts has questioned the fitness of the current pace attack on the eve of the first Test against England at Edgbaston
Ahead of the 50th Test at the ground, we look back some famous encounters
West Indies can call on some great memories at Edgbaston but they will start as underdogs against an England side on the up
West Indies are "huge underdogs", in the words of their captain Jason Holder, but they cannot be counted out, given their form during the warm-ups, the uncertainty of what the pink ball might do at Edgbaston, and the inexperience in England's top order
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.
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.
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.
No. of double-centuries for Cook in Tests. For England, only Hammond (7) has hit more 200s. Hutton also hit 4 200s.
Previous most Test runs by any batsman at Edgbaston, by David Gower. Cook has gone past that mark to set a new record.
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.
Innings since Alastair Cook scored his previous Test century. Cook's century came against India at Rajkot when he scored 130.
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 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.
Balls Kemar Roach went wicket-less in Tests before dismissing Stoneman. His previous scalp was Kusal Mendis at the P Sara Oval in 2015.
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.