nudged to leg and that's it! West Indies win the series! They know they can't lose and they're partying on the balcony - and England reluctantly shake hands, and it's the end of the match
We'll have a full package from today, as well as a series-review, at the site (RSS) in the coming minutes, hours and days so do keep an eye on the series page. Don't forget to read Andrew Miller's bulletin, too. I've been Will Luke, and along with Andrew we hope you've enjoyed our commentary for this gripping series. Well, it was gripping at times, wasn't it? We'll be back for the one-dayers and hope you'll join us then.
Of course, there will be odd dozen or thousand people who will complain England batted for too long but there's no point looking back. What's done is done, and West Indies have every reason to celebrate a rare and deserved series-win.
What a final day that has been. It's been thrilling, enthralling and wonderful to watch. Gayle comes out on to the pitch and the two teams all shake hands with each other as England applaud the crowd. It's the first time they've won a series in five years - and they're showing a new-found resilience to their cricket which has been completely lacking over the past decade. These are great scenes; Gayle is at the heart of the celebrations, pumping everyone's hands and generally mucking around with complete abandon
Here we go. Two balls to survive
George Headley, Everton Weekes, Garry Sobers, IVA Richards, BC Lara, FH Edwards...
well back in his crease...and he defends!
on the back foot, shuffling across and he defends! Well played
This is absurdly tense
tossed up and somehow that misses the off stump! And his bat. Did he hit it? I don't think so but either way Prior couldn't take it. No edge though
tosses it up on off stump and it turns, bounces and he misses!
Swann or Monty? It's Monty. Last over. The field is as absurd as you can imagine - they're all around the bat
Anderson looks a finished man. That's the end of his series, and he's down on his haunches. He's bowled superbly all Test
swinging back into him and it's defended
spearing into him, he defends
passes the outside edge! Drags him forward and he gropes unconvincingly. Sheesh, that wasn't too far away at all
Ramdin looks cool, calm, collected - not a bead of sweat on him. He's not smiling, he's not grimacing - a placid, nerveless expression really
ooh a hint of movement away from the right hander but he shuffles across to defend. And he defends solidly
blocked off the back foot
Ramdin on strike now. This is excellent play by West Indies - just what the doctor ordered. I don't know which doctor. I don't know what I'm saying now
well played! Not a good ball, outside off and punched out to cover for a hastily run single
I think I'm turning into Bill Lawry. This is unbearable. Anderson to Edwards
but he's got a single! No - it's gone for four! Edwards will be on strike the next over.
smashed off the back foot into silly point. Ramdin wants a single
Strauss desperate to have Edwards on strike next over
well bowled! Held it back on middle-and-leg and he just got a bat down on it
nicely bowled on off stump but he's smothering the spin
ooh he's forward and inside-edging it to short-leg!
flighted just outside off and it's blocked
Another fine over. Good god this is far too tense. I will not stand for it
swinging back late on Edwards but again too wide!
leaves this one alone outside off. Too wide from Anderson - and he knows it
Fidel! Poor old Castro's been in the dressing room for ages and biting what little fingernails he has left. Short-leg. Another one, slightly deeper. A short midwicket. Expect reverse-swinging induckers, then
Well that changes things. That really does
BOWLED HIM! The inswinger from Anderson which ducks back late on Powell and beats him for pace, shattering his stumps. Absolute corking delivery