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 Hope

c Stokes b Anderson 25, feisty, rearing off a length, clips the shoulder of the bat and flies to gully! Hope has been blasted out by an absolute ripsnorter from Anderson! Stokes this time holds on without drama, it was a straightforward catch after the ball had kicked like Buckaroo and taken Hope completely by surprise. He battled through admirably last night but couldn't do too much with that

lbw b Roland Jones 12, full, straight and given lbw! After a long talk, Hope calls for the review out of, well, hope. It has angled back in a little, Hope plays around it, but it's umpire's call on clipping leg stump. Not plumb, but out enough with it being given on the field by S Ravi

Kieran Powell

run out (Anderson) 20, angled in and tapped down towards mid-on, Powell calls for the single - but it's a risk, direct hit! Gone, run out by a yard! Calamitous stuff from West Indies and they've lost two in two overs... It was a good throw from Anderson but Powell really misjudged that

c Cook b Anderson 10, edged and taken at first slip! Anderson nips out the first again, maybe could have been left on length but it veered away as Powell pushed stiffly from the crease and sent a fast nick straight into Cook's bucket hands

Roston Chase

b Anderson 0, bowled 'im! Precision stuff from Anderson, decking back in off a perfect length, Chase can't get his bat down quite in time and edges on to his stumps... The pink ball pops the bails and England are right amongst 'em, here

lbw b Broad 24, shoots on low, into the pads - Chase has been done! Easy decision for Marais Erasmus, Broad gets his wicket and moves within one of levelling up Ian Botham... Chase might have come forward but couldn't then get his bat down as it seamed in at him

Shai Hope

b Roland-Jones 15, timber! Hope plays on, Roland-Jones breaks the (brief) resistance and West Indies are five down... An ill-advised shot, given the circumstances his team were in, trying to drive on the up and there was enough seam movement to mean the ball ended up cannoning into the stumps off the inside edge

c Root b Stokes 4, edged, sharp catch at second slip! Stokes has found some good rhythm in this spell, but it's a loose poke outside off, really. Was just short of a good length, but quite wide, Hope hangs his bat out and the edge is grabbed by the captain

Shane Dowrich

lbw b Roland-Jones 4, that's stone dead lbw! Gets it full and straight, that actually straightens off the seam and beats the outside edge as Dowrich shapes to play towards mid-on and that's clattering off stump.

b Broad 5, bowled him, neck and crop! That went through Dowrich like a battering ram, seaming in to smash the top of off stump - and it moves Broad clear of Botham as England's second-leading Test wicket-taker! Anderson and Broad are together at the top of the pile

Jason Holder

c Bairstow b Moeen 11, caught behind after a review! Another one past the outside edge, and Bairstow is convinced he's nicked it! The review is called for. Moeen certainly wasn't sure. There are spikes on Ultra Edge - although did they quite match up? - and this is overturned! Holder isn't impressed. Bat was nowhere near the ground or the pad. Noise can't have been anything else

c Cook b Broad 0, gone first ball! Broad is off and running again, no need to check with the umpire this time... A beauty holding its line on off and Holder can only steer it low to first slip! He's level with Botham and on a hat-trick!

Kemar Roach

b Broad 5, that's through him! Full at off stump, Roach goes for the drive and this spears past the inside edge to take out off stump

b Anderson 12,that does the job, full and straight. Very similar to the first-innings dismissal, Roach misses his drive and the stumps are clattered

Alzarri Joseph

lbw b Broad 6, fired in at the stumps, hits the pads and up goes the finger! Joseph misses playing across the line, pinned like a gigantic butterfly on the crease... That looked plumb and S Ravi agreed with Broad, who was off and running in familiar fashion before glancing round to have it confirmed. West Indies still have two reviews left but Joseph doesn't even bother to burn one

c Stokes b Roland-Jones 8, edged to slip, and that's the win to England. In the channel outside off, excellent line, the outside edge carries low to Stokes who grabs it down to his right