0.2 what a beauty! This one's pitched up and moves away, he looks to drive but there's no conviction whatsoever, feet nowhere near the ball as he manages to get a thin edge through to the wicketkeeper 0/1
    18 a poor stroke and he's gone. Looks to slog that across the line over midwicket, but this one was quicker through the air and too full, couldn't get underneath it and found the middle and off stump pegged back. Wicket at an important juncture for England, Pope was looking really dangerous 84/3
    0.4 outstanding stuff. This one's full and dead straight on middle, moves away ever-so-late, the skipper looks to work it across the line, but misses it completely and is trapped plumb in front of middle. Sam Curran is pumped 0/2
    19.4 chips a simple return catch back to the bowler. Looked to loft it over his head, but didn't get to the pitch, the slowness of the surface played a part to as he got it off the bottom of the bat. Another double strike here, England hold the aces now. Carty's struggle has come to an end 85/4
    40 he's holed out at long-on. It was a good clean hit, offered the full face of the bat but just didn't get enough elevation. The man there timed his jump to perfection, both feet were up in the air as he completed the catch even as the ropes were no more than a couple of yards behind him. Excellent control, a vital stand has been broken. Is that the game for England? 193/6
    23 draws him forward with the flight, he looks to drive but the ball drips on him, can't get to the pitch as he looks to drive, can only get a thick edge that is pouched superbly by the slip fielder 103/5
    43.3 an outstanding catch at point! It was full, he backed away, reached out for it, the ball flew off the middle, but couldn't get past the diving Bartlett, who threw himself to his right, took full control of the ball even as he landed on his elbows. West Indies right on the edge 221/9
    42 fine, fine catch at deep midwicket. It was up in the air for a long time, he didn't time it as well as he would have liked, Brad Taylor back pedalled, and then tumbled over as he took the catch. Excellent judgment there. 207/7
    42.2 slogs across the line, ends up slicing it high in the air, keeper calls, and calmly takes the skier. As easy as they come. He took the pace off, so the batsman had to generate the power, which he couldn't. 214/8
    not out
    43.4 right through bat and pad. That's the end of that. This was full and coming back in, he looked to flick across the line, lazy effort really, and was beaten for pace. 221/10
    18 (b 4, lb 2, nb 1, w 11)
    221 all out (43.4 Overs, RR: 5.06)
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 (TA Imlach, 0.2 ov), 2-0 (SO Hetmyer, 0.4 ov), 3-84 (GD Pope, 17.6 ov), 4-85 (KU Carty, 19.4 ov), 5-103 (SK Springer, 22.6 ov), 6-193 (JU Goolie, 39.6 ov), 7-207 (MO Frew, 41.6 ov), 8-214 (OF Smith, 42.2 ov), 9-221 (KMA Paul, 43.3 ov), 10-221 (KA Kallicharan, 43.4 ov)
    SM Curran7.002323.2810
    S Mahmood8.414244.8410
    BGF Green4.0040110.0020
    BJ Taylor6.012804.6600
    DW Lawrence10.003823.8020
    MS Crane8.004415.5011

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