England tour of West Indies, 3rd ODI: West Indies v England at North Sound, Mar 5, 2014
6.4

DJ Bravo to Lumb, OUT, breakthrough! Loose from Lumb. It was short and fairly wide, he didn't not seem fully committed to the cut shot and almost guided it to the right of backward point where a sharp catch is held

MJ Lumb c Narine b DJ Bravo 20 (28m 26b 2x4 1x6) SR: 76.92

England 37/1   MM Ali 16* (14b 1x4)   DJ Bravo 3.4-0-15-1
6.5

DJ Bravo to Stokes, OUT, first ball! And it's a short ball. Stokes went for the pull, perhaps it wasn't as short as he thought, it comes off a big top edge and loops to Rampaul who takes a few steps around from short fine-leg

BA Stokes c Rampaul b DJ Bravo 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

England 37/2   MM Ali 16* (14b 1x4)   DJ Bravo 3.5-0-15-2
22.3

Miller to Ali, OUT, touch more air, drives off the inside half of the bat - straight back to the bowler! Miller makes lite work of the catch, a dolly, really, and Moeen has tossed away a big score, having looked very comfortable. Maybe just did his a touch in the flight... ends a stand worth 78

MM Ali c & b Miller 55 (92m 59b 3x4 1x6) SR: 93.22

England 115/3   JE Root 34* (49b 2x4)   NO Miller 3.3-0-18-1
23.1

Narine to Morgan, OUT, bowled him, Morgan done by the doosra! Narine strikes, a little bit of magic to get rid of England's conjurer... This was slightly short of a length, straightening on off stump and it skipped on, beat Morgan on the inside and lopped the off bail - the same ball that nearly did for Moeen a few overs ago. Super ball to the new batsman

EJG Morgan b Narine 1 (4m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

England 116/4   JE Root 34* (50b 2x4)   SP Narine 3.1-0-9-1
48.3

DJ Bravo to Root, OUT, tries to get cheeky with a reverse-lob and picks out short third man - Root toots his last! It was a sparkling, busy innings, has really set England up with their second-best fifth-wicket stand in ODIs. Bravo took the pace off and the attempt to loft it over the man on the edge of the circle didn't quite come off

JE Root c DM Bravo b DJ Bravo 107 (163m 122b 7x4 0x6) SR: 87.70

England 291/5   JC Buttler 97* (81b 7x4 4x6)   DJ Bravo 9.3-0-54-3
49.3

Rampaul to Buttler, OUT, another slower ball - and Buttler has chipped it straight up into the air, he's out for 99! Holy moly, what a way to go, one short of his maiden ODI century... Rampaul followed him down the leg side, took the pace off and Buttler got a leading edge trying to hit through midwicket, the bowler made no mistake underneath it. Off slopes Jos Buttler, thorougly dejected, despite a superb knock

JC Buttler c & b Rampaul 99 (102m 84b 7x4 4x6) SR: 117.85

England 300/6   RS Bopara 5* (3b 1x4)   R Rampaul 7.3-0-54-1
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Hours of play (local time) 09.30 start, First Session 09.30-13.00 Interval 13.00-13.45, Second Session 13.45-17.15

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Dobell: Root and Buttler are England's future

George Dobell says the century stand between Joe Root and Jos Buttler that paved the way for an England win over the West Indies is a promising sign for the next generation of England stars coming through (00:52) | March 6, 2014

George Dobell says the century stand between Joe Root and Jos Buttler that paved the way for an England win over the West Indies is a promising sign for the next generation of England stars coming through (00:52) | March 6, 2014