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Day 5

756dThe Report by Alan Gardner

Anderson inspires England to memorable win

England produced a remarkable victory in the second Test after a seemingly moribund contest was brought to life by the brilliance of James Anderson and the seemingly ineradicable flaws in West Indies' game

Day 4

756dGeorge Dobell in Grenada

England's desperation to win waxes and wanes

Young batsmen like Joe Root have shown an insatiable hunger to score runs on tour while England's senior bowlers frustratingly see-saw between brilliance and indifference

Day 3

756dThe Report by Alan Gardner

Root hundred puts England in charge

A sixth Test hundred from Joe Root helped England to a position of increasing dominance in Grenada, as they wore down West Indies during an extended day in the field

Day 2

756dThe Report by Alan Gardner

Cook, Trott put seal on improved display

Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott put on England's highest opening stand since Perth in December 2013 as they strove to provide a sound platform in response to West Indies' 299

756dGeorge Dobell in Grenada

Broad atones - but what about the future?

Stuart Broad and James Anderson have served England with distinction but there are valid questions about their continued effectiveness with the new ball

Day 1

756dThe Report by Alan Gardner

England founder on Samuels' defiance

At the end of another day of hot, sweaty toil, West Indies had provided another show of the character that Phil Simmons hopes to instil in this side

756dGeorge Dobell in Grenada

Patient Samuels frustrates England

England will rue a day of missed opportunity, a day on which an unusually patient Marlon Samuels made amends for his error of judgement in the first Test

Others

756dGeorge Dobell in Barbados

Simmons encouraged despite 'startling' Grenada collapse

Phil Simmons could be forgiven for phoning his old friends at Ireland and asking if his former job was still available. Less than a month into his new role as West Indies head coach, the sheer enormity of his task has become apparent

756dAndrew McGlashan

Anderson in 'realms of immortality' - Giles

Lancashire coach Ashley Giles believes James Anderson has lifted himself into the "realms of immortality" within English cricket after overtaking Ian Botham to be the leading Test wicket-taker

756dRoger Sawh

The crab who would be king

Shivnarine Chanderpaul, despite his one-of-a-kind technique and because of his steely grit, sits on the brink of surpassing Brian Lara as West Indies' greatest ever run maker

755dGeorge Dobell in Grenada

Pressure on Cook to end rough run

Alastair Cook's form is not as bad as has been made out but England need him to start scoring hundreds again

756dAndy Zaltzman

You go, Joe

And the second question in our pulsating, if glacially slow, quiz on England's series in the West Indies