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Dowrich finished unbeaten on 97 at Tea.

Shoulders fell, eyes blurred, and the legs tired. Maybe it was only 92 overs in the Windies " in the second innings, but England are already looking a worn-out unit. Jason holder and Shane Dowrich cashed this opportunity and piled more misery, eyelash from a different session without a wicket. To help you out after lunch, a few fell were catch and Jos Buttler, who has failed to which way the ball went past him on the cover.

In contrast to the morning, the owner was more than happy to attack the bowlers on a regular basis. With the field spread, and to fight the players, to covering the ground quickly, the boundaries came at regular intervals.

The Windies skipper brought up his third Test century with a six down the ground from Adil Rashid, and then paced to his maiden 150.

Dowrich, on the other hand, took an approach similar to what he had done in the previous session. His game was a lot quieter, but he still managed to inch in the vicinity of the three-figure mark and is now only three short.

In addition to the five frontline bowlers, including the part-time services of Joe Root and Keaton Jennings have been used. But to no avail. You create a couple of chances, but did not find a breakthrough. Jennings would be able to unhappy hold as Rory burns, a top edge, while running backwards. Root managed a couple of edges, foxing the batsman with his new variations - the legbreaks and faster.

However, holder and Dowrich bag 112 made more runs after lunch, Windies to 349, - for 6 tea, stretching the lead to 561 runs. The unbeaten 229-run between the duo is the highest is now, by a seventh wicket pair for the Windies against England at home.

With seven sessions still to go, to be Windies don't seem to explain in a hurry to know their innings, to keep the effect, you can put on the team in the eye, the rest of the series and the long tour for England, which only began two days ago.

Brief Scores: Windies 289 (Shimron Hetmyer 81, Shai Hope, 57; James Anderson 5-46, Ben Stokes 4-59) & 349/6 (Jason holder 155*, Shane Dowrich 97*; Moeen Ali 3-61, Ben Stokes 2-63) lead England 77 (Keaton Jennings 17; Kemar Roach 5-17) of 561 runs.

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