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England vs West Indies 3rd Test: Ben Stokes could not play long innings, Rory Burns is holding one end

England vs West Indies, ENG vs WI 3rd Test: 159 Tests have been played between England and West Indies so far. Of these, England have won 50 Test matches, while 58 have lost. At the same time 51 matches were drawn on the draw.

England vs West Indies (ENG vs WI) 3rd Test Updates: The last Test of the 3 match series between England and West Indies is being played at Old Trafford ground in Manchester. Caribbean captain Jason Holder won the toss and decided to bowl.

His decision was vindicated by Kemar Roach. He has now taken two wickets. This is the reason that England have lost three important wickets within 100 runs. Roach is now just one wicket away from taking 200 wickets in Test cricket.

Roach lbw to the last ball of his first over of the innings. Sibli had scored a century in the last match i.e. the second Test match. In this match, he returned to the pavilion at zero. It would be quite disappointing for him, as he turned from hero to zero in the same match.

England captain Joe Root came to the crease after Sibley was dismissed. He is also out after scoring just 17 runs. He was run out by Roston Chase. He replaced Ben Stokes at the crease.

Stokes also failed to make a major contribution to the team. He was bowled by Roach for just 20 runs. Oli Pope has replaced him in the field. The opener at the other end is Rory Burns. He has completed his half-century.

West Indies have the chance to win this match and win the Test series in England after 32 years. Earlier in 1988, the Windies team beat the English team 4–0 in a 5-Test series at their home.

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