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England vs West Indies 3rd Test: West Indies losing series, more than half of team pavilion returned

England vs West Indies, ENG vs WI 3rd Test: West Indies have a chance to win Test series abroad for the first time since 1988. The West Indies won the first Test match at Southampton by four wickets.

England vs West Indies (ENG vs WI) 3rd Test: West Indies are in poor condition in the third Test against England. He has a target of 399 runs to win this match, but within 100 runs, 6 of his batsmen have returned to the pavilion. Stuart Broad has taken three wickets in it. He has become the fourth fastest bowler in the world in Test cricket. Two wickets went to Chris Woakes. Roston Chase runs out.

Glenn McGrath, James Anderson and Courtney Walsh are the fast bowlers who achieved this feat before Broad. So far 7 bowlers in Dania have taken 500 or more wickets in Test cricket. These now include Muttiah Muralitharan, Shane Warne and Anil Kumble apart from Broad, McGrath, Anderson, Walsh.

Currently at the crease are Roston Chase and Jermaine Blackwood of the West Indies. The batsmen who got out were John Campbell, Kemar Roach, Craig Brathwaite, Shai Hope and Shamrah Brooks. Campbell returned to the pavilion without opening an account.

Roach was also able to score 4 runs. Brathwaite contributed 19 runs before being lbw. Hope was caught by Chris Woakes by Stuart Broad. Hope scored 31 runs. At the same time, Brooks scored his catch to Jos Buttler behind the wicket after scoring 22 runs. Roston Chase returned to the pavilion at the direct throw of Dom’s base on a score of 7 runs.

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The fourth day of the match was ruined due to rain
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