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Cricket news - Roach fifer bundles out England for 77

Roach finished with figures of 5 for 17.

A Test in which fortune swung with every hour, you strongly go in favour of the Windies in the post-lunch session on Thursday. Time, pace, bounce, time, something or the other Roach proved to be a treat to difficult for the England-to-bat, against Kemar, as they combined for 77, which does not take the hosts to enforce follow on, which you decided to.

The resumption of session on 30 for 1, after the loss of Keaton Jennings just before lunch, England struggled to gain a foothold in the competitive, rapidly in favor of the hosts, which each run over by Roach.

To register In an 8-over spell after the lunch break, Roach struck five times, his 9. Test fifer. Rory Burns played on with an inside edge, while Jonny Bairstow was playing with his elbow. Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali followed soon after for ducks in successive deliveries. While Stokes trapped legbefore was to prove with DRS Moeen top-edge-in vain,-a half-hearted Alzarri Joseph.

While Roach the sound of England was an end, Jason Holder maintained a narrow channel, the creation of more problems from the other end. His stamina was not so rewarding, but he managed to deliver the big blow, trapping to reduce Joe Root, the visitors, to 49 for 7. Ben Foakes struggled during his short stay, before they eventually fall for the temptation off and edges to the 'keeper.

Sam Curran and Adil Rashid were unapologetic with their stroke play and earned some important limits, but the excessive use of short balls from Shannon Gabriel, finally succeeded, as the former top-edge to Shai hope. Apart from the openers, Curran is the only blow was a man, in order to survive for more than 20 balls.

Rashid stretched out the fight, before he too was undone by the extra bounce, to the lead to Jason holder on the slips and the end of England's reply, with their fourth lowest total against the Windies.

Earlier in the day, James Anderson-fifer bowled out Windies for 289. All of the runs with the bat came only with the permission and Shimron Hetmyer. But the southpaw got in the situation, the support of Joseph, held together for more than 45 minutes in the session in the morning, before he, Anderson, is the fifth victim.

Stokes ended with a four-fer if Hetmyer top-expressed his slog to the 'goalkeeper - wrap up Windies innings.

Brief Scores: Windies 289 (Shimron Hetmyer 81, Shai Hope, 57; James Anderson 5-46, Ben Stokes 4-59) lead England 77 (Keaton Jennings 17; Kemar Roach 5-17) by 212 runs.

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