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Kemar Roach bagged his 9th Test fifer

In an entertaining 18-wicket day, Windies head stumps with a 339-run lead. You look secured and well placed in the competition, despite suffering a short collapse in their second innings.

Sam Curran comes back into the attack and strikes. His first goal of the game, and it is the great man - SHimron Hetmyer. A pause for breath, in a game slipping away from the visitors.

Shimron Hetmyer and Shane Dowrich again Windies innings with a crucial half-century. The lead swelled past 300. Things look good for the hosts.

Ben Stokes makes up for his mistake. This time with a better delivery. The all-rounder gets the ball to jag back from the playing field and getting the inner edge of Shai Hope that the bat way to the safe hands of Keaton Jennings at forward short leg.

Moeen Ali is in a good rhythm, but Ben Stokes seems to get carried away a bit too much. Shimron Hetmyer was a harmless ball goes past him, but Ben Stokes heard something, and decided to make a review for caught behind. Nothing showed up on Ultra edge. Shimron Hetmyer laugh. Second review wasted England in this innings.

THE DRYER BEGINS: Roston Chase gets without scoring. Conventional off-break and chase gets an outer edge to the 'keeper. Second wicket in the over for Moeen Ali. In a period of nine balls, the Windies have reduced been from 60 for 1 to 61 4.

STRIKE 3! Everyone has played a decent role in this Test, for the Windies so far, except for Darren Bravo. His return to Test cricket after a gap of more than two years, he registered his second failure with the bat. Moeen Ali induced an edge from his bat and slip fielder gets to catch a regulation.

John Campbell falls yet again after a good start. And there is a delivery came as bad as it could get cricket in Test. To cover short and wide, Campbell crap IMEs a slap in the face. Bizarre. Bizarre.

And much like in the first innings, Moeen Ali ends of the opening stand soon after their 50-run Alliance. Kraigg Brathwaite came in a tangle to play while rocking it back after the decision, the prisoner's break free of the front foot to be legbefore.

Kraigg Brathwaite and John Campbell on their second time in a row, a half-century stand for the opening wicket.

In as rare a Material on how this turns out, Kraigg Brathwaite attacks, scoring at over run a ball.

The message is that Windies will bat again.

Adil Rashid short counter-strike comes to an end when he is undone by the extra bounce from Alzarri Joseph. England bowled for 77, so that Windies a chance de force, the consequences after the break.

The overuse of short balls, finally succeeded for Shannon Gabriel as Sam Curran got his gloves on the way while ducking, and gave an easy prey to Shai hope. Ninth wicket down. To avoid 17 more needed to follow.

Alzarri Joseph joins the party. Ben Foakes failed the temptation test, and leaves his bat hanging outside, to give an edge to the 'keeper. England 61 8. Will England follow?

BUTTLER FOLLOWS... This is Chaos at the Kensington Oval. Extra bounce has to fend off Jos Buttler as his attempt, the delivery is nothing short of an edge to the 'keeper. Kemar Roach pockets of his ninth Test fifer. England reeling to 49 for 7.

TWO IN TWO: Kemar Roach struck twice in two balls to send Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali. Stokes trapped legbefore. DRS does not help the southpaw. Moeen, on the other hand, is done by the extra bounce and gets a top edge, a draw half-hearted. England are reeling at 48: 6.

BIG WICKET! Jason holder delivery seaming that had to be Joe Root in a terrible location and trapped legbefore. Fourth wicket down and England are in big trouble at the moment.

And there goes another wicket, credited to Kemar roach. The ball bounced awkwardly, hitting Jonny Bairstow on the elbow and to the meeting came the stumps. Of 23 for no loss, England were reduced to 44-3.

Rory Burns, who seemed to have no intention to score through the one-hour stay at the crease, finally, his defense lines broken up by Kemar Roach. Bowled for 2.

England to lunch, at 30 1.

Jason holder strikes in the late morning. Keaton Jennings, Rory Burns had done enough to see, from the first hour of their innings, before the former finally, the temptation was to go for a drive and a thick edge to the slip fielder - Shai hope.

Rory Burns and Keaton Jennings went to open the innings for England.

To know Shimron Hetmyer, there was little choice but to go for the big shots, went for one-and two-edged to the slips. Windies bowled for 289. Ben Stokes, playing his 50th Test, is finished, with a four-fer.

BIZARRE... Shimron Hetmyer was given caught behind. The batsman looked back on the "keeper" as soon as the ball went past his bat and there was a noise, as well. But Hetmyer took a check and there was no spike in the Ultra-Edge. Decision is not reversed, Ben Stokes - bowler is happy.

Shimron Hetmyer started very well on the second day, while Alzarri gave to Joseph, to extend him good company Windies innings. The tailender is not, the brand as yet, but has hung around for half an hour of the day.

Hello and welcome to day 2 of the first Test between Windies and England. After a strong start, the hosts made their way in the direction of lost, the end, the loss of 4 wickets in a space of 40 balls. However, Shimron Hetmyer is still unbeaten after the occupation of an entertaining half-century.

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