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Roston Chase bagged his career-best figures - 8 for 60

Roston chase ends in front of England's reply. Sam Curran entered, and Chase saw him coming, and it rolled to the bottom of the leg. Shane Dowrich did a good job, to collect it and hit the bails. The offie finished with figures of 8 for 60 - the best of West Indian spinner since 1971. Windies won the match by 381 runs to register their third biggest win (in terms of runs) in Tests, and their largest at home to a 1: 0 lead in the three-match series. Kemar Roach, Jason holder and Chase.Headliner with their outstanding services, but apart from Darren Bravo, each played a significant role in this massive profit

Roston Chase gets to another! Pull your hair already. At least this time, it came up with the batsman trying to slog. Take nothing away from Kraigg Brathwaite who made a superb catch in the deep. England a wicket away from a massive defeat.

Just accept, don't sit, you ask, why and how Roston Chase is getting these wickets. He has a. Ben Foakes to return in an attempt, hits it straight to the forward short leg fielder. 6 for Chase, 8. for the Windies.

Roston Chase does it again! But again, the ball will not turn. Jos Buttler plays it to mid-wicket. Excellent diving catch by John Campbell. Wicket No 7. Roston Chase pockets his second Test fifer.

Moeen Ali's eight-ball painful stay has come to an end - a dismissal of a shot, was as convincing as the one he played in order to survive. He steered Roston chase's delivery straight into the hands of Jason holder at the slips. To lose the offie bags four, England 6. Time for tea.

Just as it is, as Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes, the life in a partnership, Roston Chase were Windies has seemed to be a further breakthrough. Five wickets down. Can the hosts fold these up today?

Fortunately, nothing series. Shannon Gabriel is back on the field.

Joe Root to stay was not the easiest, and it didn't take too long. It is a delivery, which, in turn, not much, got a wicket for Roston Chase is back. To cut to the search, the root got an edge to the 'keeper. Wicket No 4.

Shannon Gabriel seems to be in some trouble. Bowling his 13th over, he gave up after five deliveries and went back to the pavilion.

For a change, Ben Stokes has a review go its way. Due to trapped legbefore from Roston Chase, he took the DRS option. Replays clearly suggested that it was an inside edge. The decision reversed.

STRIKE 3! Shannon Gabriel, the one in the middle of a fine spell, it has finally made a breakthrough. Jonny Bairstow gloved a delivery that was going down the leg side, which Shane Dowrich an easy catch behind the wicket. To check for a change, the referee had, for a no-ball.

Shannon Gabriel produced a snorter Smoking. Joe Root's glove and the ball lobbed Jason holder slides in. But it never ends so easily with Gabriel. The on-field umpire checked for a no ball, and he was still in excess of not found. Root survived.

Rory Burns, who was searching for a century, falling 16 short, reversed, by Roston Chase. Burns failed to read the turn-or the lack of it and dropped the ball through the gap between the bat and the pad to the stumps. Second wicket down, at the stroke of Midday.

Jonny Bairstow and Rory Burns of England have seen past the 100-run mark. To cross, a further five. You have in no complaints so far. Can bring you back in the competition?

Keaton Jennings is careful is innings, ironically, to end with a waste of a shot. Tempted by a delivery that was angled the way he cut and edges it to friction losses. First strike for the Windies. The English right-winger runs to the 14.

Rory Burns and Keaton Jennings have looked in a little trouble today, and the former has moved to his fifty. There was no weakness, he has shown that the Windies can take advantage of?

Hello and welcome to day 4 of the first Test between Windies and England. After three contrasting days of cricket, the game is ready to need strong favor of the hosts, with England, nearly 600 more runs in the last two days. The pitch has eased for batting, but it is still a big task.

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