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Jason Holder stroked his third Test ton

STUMPS! The English openers have seen, certainly one of the tree stumps with 56 runs on the board. No wicket fell on the third day, to a renewal of the contest, the looked, as always, Packed up today. However, the Windies are still very much in command of the contest.

Keaton Jennings, Rory Burns played out the first hour of England's innings, sure, put on a half-century stand.

Keaton Jennings, Rory Burns, you will have a steady start.

Jason holder pulls Keaton Jennings for a boundary to complete his maiden double-ton. He is ecstatic. With batted almost five hours together, the pair put on an unbeaten 295-run stand - the third highest for the seventh wicket in the history of Test cricket. The innings declared on 415 for 6, so that England runs with the aim of 628.

Jason holder smashed his eighth six of the innings - the most by West Indian in Tests against England, surpassing Viv Richards. The Windies skipper is closed in a double-century. The leadership has passed 600. The only encouraging English players have today is Stuart Broad, who has come in as a substitute fielder for Moeen Ali.

Jason holder and Shane Dowrich have brought their 250-run partnership, the highest seventh-wicket partnership against England.

It was slowly coming back, but a fine. Shane Dowrich, after he was asked at 61 for 5, bringing his century more than 300 runs later. It is his third Test ton, what to do him the fifth Windies 'keeper.

A further meeting, and no wicket lost. Windies have stacked on 112 runs more and extended the lead to 561. With 7 sessions left, don't think the technicians are explain in no hurry. Time for tea.

Jason holder has viewed and unstoppable. He has the advantage of a jaded English bowling and fielding attack and brought up his maiden 150.

The shoulders in the field have dragged on for a long time. Windies way past 300, the lead has exceeded 500.

Jason holder and Shane have stretched Dowrich their seventh wicket stand to 150. This is the highest level of 7. wicket of Windies against England at home.

Just how has he played Adil Rashid today, Jason holder slams, six more, with ease, straight down the ground to register his third Test ton. The leadership of past 470 and Windies is not seem to have gone to to explain in no hurry.

LUNCH: Another session of dominance for the Windies comes to an end. Jason holder and Shane Dowrich play the first two hours of the 3. Day without problems, expand their stand of 117. 110 runs, 449 were made in the meeting in the morning, stretching the lead with four wickets, the you still.

Jason holder, in the last 20 minutes, swept up the crowd with some big hits. After his bat, swings twice against Adil Rashid to hit powerful shots, in the stands, he has then a six straight down the ground from Sam Curran.

Shane Dowrich brings up his fifty with a fine whip through the mid-wicket region for a boundary. This was a very good hand, by the " keeper-batsman, came at a time when the hosts were tottering at 61 for 5, and she has taken to safer shores.

Jason holder, without the risks, has compiled a 60-ball fifty. The leadership has not stretched past 400 and in England enough to recommend Windies innings comes to an end soon.

Shane Dowrich and Jason holder have seen from the first hour of the game without taking any damage. The duo added 39 runs in this period.

Shane Dowrich and Jason holder have looked in little trouble this morning so far against James Anderson and Ben Stokes. The lead passed 350 .


You never take anything for granted. England, lesson learned the hard way on Thursday when the Windies ran through her long eyelashes, to bowl for only 77. Kemar Roach breathed fire to finish with five wickets and found constant support at the other end. They would have enforced the follow, but opted for the safer option, which is the norm these days.

With a lead of 200 already in the bag, Windies made a very good start in the second innings, the openers 52 add for the first wicket. But a well-known unfolding collapse with five wickets falling for the addition of only nine runs. Hetmyer and Dowrich arrested the slide before England got rid of the former, but the leadership is already 339. With four wickets left, the Windies would want to have a psychological advantage over 400 runs, is probably the game with the hand test. Can England force a counter-attack We will find out shortly. Welcome to the live blog for the third day of the opening Test.

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