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Cricket news - Chase 4-fer leaves England reeling at Tea

Chase picked up three of the four wickets to fall in the second session.

In what is a fun session running lost in the last six, England four wickets in exchange for 83. Roston chase's double blow the visitors reduced to 217 for 6 in the first Test to go to tea on day 4 at Kensington Oval, still 411 runs away from the target.

During the Chase, three of the four wickets got to fall in the post lunch break, it was a hectic Shannon Gabriel, produced an entertaining display with his barrage of bouncers. The first could have accounted for Joe Root wicket had not appeared with his eternal problem of the excess.

Undone by a well-targeted short-pitched delivery, Root-glove, slips the ball to Jason holder, only for the on-to check the field-umpire, the bowler's front foot, and find it convenient in front of the line. Root survived, but soon after Gabriel made up for it with the release for a nice-looking Jonny Bairstow, who gloved a ball in the legside to the keeper.

Gabriel's spell was cut short as a pain in a foot, carried him to the end of his 13 over abruptly and travel back to the pavilion. The injury was not serious, and he came back to the bowl of other diabolical spell of short-pitched bowling.

Chase, meanwhile, kept striking at regular intervals. The first of his wickets in the second session it was, the England skipper, who is expected to turn the ball more than it did. Trying to cut the ball of the backfoot, he's got an edge to slip by Darren Bravo.

Ben Stokes was also decided as a legbefore in front of the all-rounder, a review where it was clear that he was surrounded in the interior of the ball, whereby tilting of the decision. Stokes and Jos Buttler seemed to have settled into a steady partnership, seams to run an Alliance for almost an hour for 48 before the former was trapped legbefore - this time without pause for breath.

Moeen Ali short stay at the crease was not convincing. At first he was alarmed, Shannon Gabriel, a bouncer, and, finally, at the stroke of Noon, he drove a Chase delivery to the holder, slips the end of his eight-ball stay for a duck.

With only four wickets left, it's only a matter of time before Windies complete the formalities.

Brief Scores: Windies 289 & 415/6 (Jason Holder 202*, Shane Dowrich 116*; Moeen Ali 3-78, Ben Stokes 2-81) lead England 77 & 217/6 (Rory Burns, 84; Roston Chase 4-50) by 411 runs.

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