England vs West Indies 3rd Test Day 3 Highlights: Broad strikes leave Windies in tatters

England vs West Indies Highlights Report 2020: Follow Sportstar's coverage of Eng vs WI third day of the third test at Old Trafford.

Catch all the highlights of day three of the third Test between England and West Indies at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester.

Stumps Day 3- England 369 & 226/2 dec; West Indies 197 & 10/2 after 6 overs Needs 389 runs (Kraigg Brathwaite 2, Shai Hope 4) Not today, Stuart Broad will come back to take his 500th Test wicket and what a moment that would be. 6 overs of some serious pace bowling from Broad and Anderson and they have left West Indies in a deep hole. Set a target of 399, West Indies lost two wickets are is staring down the barell. The weather is not great for tomorrow but you never know what's in store. For now, it's England who has one hand firmly on the Wisden Trophy and when we return, all eyes will be on Stuart Broad. Join us to witness history at Old Trafford. Till then, it's goodbye. 

- England 369 & 226/2 dec; West Indies 197 & 10/2 after 5 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 2, Shai Hope 4) Maiden from Anderson and think there's going to be another over before Stumps. Opportunity for Broad to get to the landmark.

- England 369 & 226/2 dec; West Indies 197 & 10/2 after 4 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 2, Shai Hope 4) What a spell from Broad and he is just a wicket away from 500 Test wickets. What a bowler!

- WICKET - 499 Test wickets and there's no stopping for Stuart Broad. Too easy for Broad as Roach nicks one to Buttler behind the stumps. West Indies falling apart.

- England 369 & 226/2 dec; West Indies 197 & 6/1 after 3 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 2, Kemar Roach 4) It's all about survival for the batsmen and Anderson is dead accurate.

- England 369 & 226/2 dec; West Indies 197 & 4/1 after 2 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 1, Kemar Roach 0) What a magnificent achievement for Stuart Broad and he is just two away from the magic figure of 500.

- Kemar Roach, the nightwatchman comes in

-WICKET- 498 wickets for Stuart Broad and he removes John Campbell for a duck. Snares a thick outside edge and Joe Root makes no mistake. What a start!

- England 369 & 226/2 dec; West Indies 197 & 0/0 after 1 over (Kraigg Brathwaite 0, John Campbell 0) Anderson starts with a maiden and no surprise it will be Stuart Broad from the other end.

- Right then, England players are taking huge strides as they enter the field, and following them, the West Indies open make their way. Kraigg Brathwaite and John Campbell at the crease and it will be James Anderson with the new ball from his end with Brathwaite on strike. 

- Having set a massive target of 399 runs, it is now over to James Anderson and Stuart Broad. The England pacers with fresh legs would like to strike early before Stumps as the weather prediction for Day 4 is poor. Nevertheless, England ensured it can't lose the Test match from this stage. How will the West Indies batsmen fare? It's all down to the mental battle, it's all about survival from this stage. How The reply coming shortly.

- End of Innings: England 369 & 226/2 dec after 58 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 90, Joe Root 68) Burns perishes in search for his century and there comes the declaration. Excellent from England as West Indies needs 399 runs to win. That would be a miracle if they get there.

- England 369 & 216/1 after 57 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 85, Joe Root 63) Three boundaries, Root gets to his fifty, 14 runs from the over but still no signs of declaration.

-FOUR- Fifty for Joe Root and what an excellent innings from the skipper. Skips down the track and smacks Roach straight to the long-off boundary.

- England 369 & 202/1 after 56 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 85, Joe Root 49) A six straight over the sightscreen and Root is a run shy of his fifty.

- England 369 & 191/1 after 55 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 84, Joe Root 41) Holder brings the field up to restrict the singles and England clearly waiting for Burns to get to his hundred.

- England 369 & 186/1 after 54 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 82, Joe Root 38) Burns and Root are just toying with the bowling.

- England 369 & 183/1 after 53 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 81, Joe Root 36) Michael Holding on air reckons England should declare now and get the West Indies to bat.

- England 369 & 177/1 after 52 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 77, Joe Root 34) Easy flow of runs from Joe Root's bat and it is now certain West Indies are looking for the declaration to come.

- England 369 & 169/1 after 51 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 74, Joe Root 28) The fifty-run partnership is up and the lead now approaching the 350-run mark.

- England 369 & 160/1 after 50 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 64, Joe Root 20) Just a couple from Cornwall's over and West Indies missed the trick of taking a review against Burns.

- England 369 & 158/1 after 49 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 74, Joe Root 19) Now Root gets into the act as he pulls Holder to the square leg boundary as the lead is exactly 330. Drinks on the field and it looks Holder is going off.

 

- England 369 & 152/1 after 48 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 74, Joe Root 14) Burns opens up and pockets two boundaries in the over. He uses his feet, gets to the pitch of the ball and plays with the turn and on another occasion uses the sweep to great effect as 10 runs come from Cornwall over.

- England 369 & 142/1 after 47 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 64, Joe Root 14) Maiden from Holder.

- England 369 & 142/1 after 46 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 64, Joe Root 14) The umpires went upstairs for a catch but the ball had bounced in front of Hope at slip. Runs coming nicely and the lead keeps swelling.

- England 369 & 135/1 after 45 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 58, Joe Root 13) The fielders are letting down the West Indies bowlers and this time it's Blackwood who allows Root to take a triple. Surely the shoulders are dropping.

- England 369 & 124/1 after 44 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 55, Joe Root 10) Root uses his feet and gets a boundary as the lead crosses 300.

- England 369 & 124/1 after 43 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 55, Joe Root 5) Holder comes from round the wicket but Burns and Root pick a single each.

- England 369 & 122/1 after 42 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 50, Joe Root 4) The lead is approaching the 300-run mark and if England accelerate, we might see West Indies bat again today.

- England 369 & 117/1 after 41 overs West Indies all out 197 (Rory Burns 50, Joe Root 3) West Indies finally break the century stand but they are staring at a mountain as the lead swells.

- Joe Root is the new man in

- WICKET- Holder strikes and this time he traps Sibley who departs for a well-made 56.

- Jason Holder back in the attack

- England 369 & 114/0 after 40 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 56, Rory Burns 50) Rory Burns gets to his fifty and England's lead nears the 300-run mark. They are piling the runs and West Indies under some tremendous pressure.

- England 369 & 110/0 after 39 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 56, Rory Burns 46) Another boundary and Sibley has moved rather quickly after Tea.

- England 369 & 106/0 after 38 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 52, Rory Burns 46) Fifty for Sibley and a fine innings from the England opener.

- England 369 & 103/0 after 37 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 49, Rory Burns 46) Burns finds a boundary and the 100 is up for England.

- England 369 & 97/0 after 36 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 48, Rory Burns 41) Three runs from the over. Cornwall adjusts his length and finds little turn, nothing alarming.

- England 369 & 94/0 after 35 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 47, Rory Burns 39) A maiden from Roach and Sibley was content with his defensive strokeplay.

- England 369 & 94/0 after 34 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 47, Rory Burns 39) Sibley fetches himself a boundary and Cornwall needs to tighten his line. Runs are coming easily for England.

England 369 & 88/0 after 33 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 42, Rory Burns 38) Two runs from the over after Tea and it's bright and sunny out there. When will England declare?

- We are back for the final session and it will be Roach to Sibley.

- Tea, Day 3 - England 369 & 86/0 after 32 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 40, Rory Burns 38) Change of ends for Cornwall and he bowls a maiden. That will be Tea on Day three and a very satisfying session for England. 76 runs came and the lead well over 250 without a loss of wicket. West Indies in search for inspiration. Be back in 20 minutes.

Joshua da Silva replaces Shane Dowrich in third England-West Indies Test

- England 369 & 86/0 after 31 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 40, Rory Burns 38) Sibley welcomes Roach into the attack with a boundary, although it was the bowler who induced an edge and the ball flew between slips and gully.

- England 369 & 80/0 after 30 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 35, Rory Burns 37) Burns brings out the sweep shot to maximum effect for a boundary. Lead crosses 250.

- England 369 & 74/0 after 29 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 35, Rory Burns 31) Cornwall bowls a maiden and West Indies went for a LBW review. Cornwall thought he had trapped Sibley, the umpire gave Not Out and the on-field decision stays as the impact was outside off. West Indies lose a review.

- England 369 & 74/0 after 28 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 35, Rory Burns 31) A boundary each to Burns and Sibley and both batsmen were successful in beating the fielders. WHile Burns fetched one with a sweep to fine leg, Sibley added a boundary to his count with a drive through the mid-off. 

- England 369 & 64/0 after 27 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 30, Rory Burns 26) Sibley is trying to find the gaps in the leg side but is finding a fielder each time he tries to force the scoring rate.

- England 369 & 60/0 after 26 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 26, Rory Burns 26) There is now an urgency to score runs but both openers are cautious and are taking minimal risks.

- England 369 & 57/0 after 25 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 25, Rory Burns 24) A short leg in place and Burns was on his way back. But that was not the case.

- England 369 & 55/0 after 24 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 24, Rory Burns 23) Just a single from the over as Roston Chase keeps a tight leash around the batsmen.

- England 369 & 54/0 after 23 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 24, Rory Burns 22) Cornwall appeals a couple of times as Sibley tries to work with the spin to the leg side but the ball was missing the stumps.

- England 369 & 51/0 after 22 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 23, Rory Burns 20) The fifty comes up for England and the lead keeps swelling. England effectively 223/0

- England 369 & 46/0 after 21 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 19, Rory Burns 19) Sibley skips down the ttrack and takes the aerial route but the ball falls safe. West Indies trying to build some pressure.

- England 369 & 46/0 after 20 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 19, Rory Burns 19) Burns gets a boundary and England steadily moving forward.

- FOUR- Short and width on offer, Burns cuts and the fielder at backward point completely misses it as the ball runs away to the boundary.

- England 369 & 42/0 after 19 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 19, Rory Burns 15) Cornwall operates from round the wicket with a slip and forward short leg. Two runs from the over.

-Rakheem Cornwall into the attack and it will be spin from both ends

- England 369 & 40/0 after 18 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 18, Rory Burns 14) Signs of turn as Chase gets a maiden under his belt.

- England 369 & 40/0 after 17 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 18, Rory Burns 14) Sibley and Burns are bust rotating the stike and are yet to go on the counter-attack.

- England 369 & 39/0 after 16 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 18, Rory Burns 13) Chase isn't getting much turn but he is not giving room either, thereby cramping the batsmen.

- England 369 & 38/0 after 15 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 18, Rory Burns 12) Maiden for Holder.

- England 369 & 38/0 after 14 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 18, Rory Burns 12) There was a chance for a stumping but Joshua da SIlva missed it as he was far away to break the stumps. Burns survives.

- England 369 & 37/0 after 13 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 18, Rory Burns 12) There is a feeling that England would press the accelerator with the lead crossing the 200-run mark.

- FOUR- Sibley whips through the leg side for his third boundary.

- England 369 & 32/0 after 12 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 13, Rory Burns 12) Still needs to get into his rhythm but a fact that Chase has always produced a wicket whenever he has come to bowl.

- Spin into the attack and it will be Roston Chase

- England 369 & 29/0 after 11 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 10, Rory Burns 12) Clever batting from Sibley as he sees there is no third man and cuts Holder between the second slip and gully for a boundary. West Indies in search for a breakthrough.

- England 369 & 25/0 after 10 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 10, Rory Burns 8) Burns and Sibley are banking on singles at the moment and are ticking the scorecard.

- England 369 & 22/0 after 9 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 9, Rory Burns 7) Roach bowls a maiden.

- The umpires have permitted substitute keeper Joshua De Silva to take over the gloves from Shai Hope.

- England 369 & 22/0 after 8 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 9, Rory Burns 7) Shai Hope is taking some time to settle with his new role of wicket-keeping and it will be tough with the ball moving around.

- Shane Dowrich is off the field after he coped up a brutal blow on his face. He hurt his upper lip while trying to gather the ball behind the stumps. Shai Hope will keep wickets as the umpires sanitise the ball.

- England 369 & 13/0 after 7 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 9, Rory Burns 4) Roach is trying to get Sibley out the way he did in the first innings. Keeping it staright on middle and leg and Sibley struggles to pierce the gap on the leg side.

- England 369 & 13/0 after 6 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 9, Rory Burns 4) Nothing much happening from the wicket, the sun is out and it looks good for batting. Gabriel though keeps the channel tight but Burns is happy to shoulder his arms.

- England 369 & 11/0 after 5 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 8, Rory Burns 3) Roach starts well after Lunch as he beats Sibley with a peach just outside the off. Single from the over.

- We are back for the post Lunch session and out come the England openers. Jason Holder is in the huddle with a bandage on the left thumb. The players break away from the huddle and march towards the field. It will be Roach to Burns.

Lunch Day 2 - England 369 & 10/0 after 4 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 8, Rory Burns 2) Excellent session for England and they have a healthy lead of 182 runs. West Indies would hope skipper Jason Holder returns to the field after sustaining an injury. Burns and Sibley off the mark and England will push for runs given the depth in batting. Back in 45...

-FOUR- Squares up Sibley but the ball takes the outside edge and runs through the gully region for a boundary.

-FOUR- Sibley off the mark, off the pair with a clean flick through the square for a boundary.

- England 369 & 2/0 after 3 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 0, Rory Burns 1) The clock is ticking for Lunch and we might just get another one. Roach bowls a maiden.

- England 369 & 1/0 after 2 overs West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 0, Rory Burns 1) Dom Sibley is yet to open his account but Burns is off the mark. 

- Shannon Gabriel to share the new ball with Kemar Roach

- England 369 & 1/0 West Indies all out 197 (Dominic Sibley 0, Rory Burns 1) Jason Holder is off the field after sustaining an injury to his hand while fielding at second slip. Sibley still on a pair.

- Rory Burns and Dom Sibley are out there in the middle and it will be Kemar Roach with the new ball.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 197 all out after 65 overs Broad takes six wickets and England way ahead in this Test with a lead of 172 runs.  Such a fine performance by the England pacers, especially Broad who took 6/31 and along with Anderson 2/28 delivered a huge blow on the West Indies. With the weather forecast not that favourable for tomorrow, England will push for quick runs and will aim to put West Indies in before close.

- WICKET- Dowrich perishes as Board digs in a bumper and Chris Woaks settles underneath the ball and takes a simple catch.

-FOUR- Slightly short of length from Broad and Dowrich goes on his toes, rides on top of the bounce and crunches it through the covers.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 193/9 after 64 overs (Shane Dowrich 33, Shannon Gabriel 0) Gabriel survives as Dowrich finds a boundary.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 188/9 after 63 overs (Shane Dowrich 28, Rahkeem Cornwall 10) Broad picks his 18th five-wicket haul, his third against West Indies.

 

-WICKET- Broad takes five to leave West Indies nine down. Roach goes for a big drive, gets an outside edge and a good low catch by Joe Root. Roach departs for a duck.

- Kemar Roach is the new man in

-WICKET- Broad strikes again and this time he traps Cornwall. The batsman was guilty of playing across the line and the incoming delivry thuds him on the pads. Easy decision for the umpire but Cornwall reviews, only for the West Indies to lose.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 188/7 after 62 overs (Shane Dowrich 28, Rahkeem Cornwall 10) Three runs from the over and it is a matter of time before the Englismen make another breakthrough.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 185/7 after 61 overs (Shane Dowrich 28, Rahkeem Cornwall 7) Cornwall is off the mark with an excellent shot but he needs to bring out all his skills to counter the bowling attack.

-FOUR- Gorgeous way to get off the mark as Cornwall drills Broad straight down the ground for a boundary.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 178/7 after 60 overs (Shane Dowrich 28, Rahkeem Cornwall 0) Anderson bowls a maiden and it's time for Drinks.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 178/7 after 59 overs (Shane Dowrich 27, Rahkeem Cornwall 0) Broad makes the first breakthrough of the day and West Indies slip further.

-Rahkeem Cornwall is the new man at No.9

-WICKET- Broad strikes and he traps Holder plumb in front. The pacer breaks the partnership with an in-dipper, Holder plays all around it and the ball hits him flush on the pads as umpire Richard Kettleborough raises his finger. Holder knew that was Out but goes for the review as Michael Holding describes the West Indies' captain to go for the review as 'desperate.'

- Stuart Broad is back in the field and into the attack

- England 369 all out; West Indies 175/6 after 58 overs (Jason Holder 44, Shane Dowrich 27) Just a single from the over.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 174/6 after 57 overs (Jason Holder 44, Shane Dowrich 26) West Indies avoided the follow-on but there is still plenty of work to do.

- FOUR- West Indies avoids follow-on. Confident looking shot from Holder as he pulls Woakes behind the square for a boundary.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 168/6 after 56 overs (Jason Holder 38, Shane Dowrich 26) Shane Dowrich has looked good and has found a way to deal with the short deliveries. He is due big time and a good knock would boost his confidence.

- Jimmy Anderson back into the attack

- England 369 all out; West Indies 166/6 after 55 overs (Jason Holder 38, Shane Dowrich 24) Woakes gives Holder a life and it remains to be seen how much the West Indies skipper can benefit from it.

-No Ball - Life for Holder as Woakes oversteps and it is a No Ball. There was nothing behind the line and this time the benefit of doubt goes to the batsman. Ian Bishop on air informs that it was only the second time that Woakes has overstepped in his Test career. An excellent catch from Ollie Pope goes in vain at mid-wicket after Holder failed to control his flick.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 161/6 after 54 overs (Jason Holder 37, Shane Dowrich 21) The fifty-run partnership is up and this is going to be crucial for West Indies.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 159/6 after 53 overs (Jason Holder 37, Shane Dowrich 19) Maiden for Woakes and there's a huge cloud cover hovering about the Old Trafford.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 159/6 after 52 overs (Jason Holder 37, Shane Dowrich 19) Archer is banging short to Dowrich given the batsman's weakness towards the short ball but don't be surprised if he slips in a full or a length delivery and catches Dowrich by surprise.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 156/6 after 51 overs (Jason Holder 34, Shane Dowrich 19) Dowrich was peppered by short ball and finally he wakes up with a cruch through the mid-wicket for a boundary.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 152/6 after 50 overs (Jason Holder 34, Shane Dowrich 15) Couple of boundaries for Holder and he gets going as West Indies needs to save the follow-on.

- FOUR- Excellent from Holder as Archer pitches it full and Holder drives firmly through the mid-off for the first boundary of the day.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 143/6 after 49 overs (Jason Holder 26, Shane Dowrich 14) Jason Holder presses forward with a drive through the covers and collects the first runs of the day.

- England 369 all out; West Indies 140/6 after 48 overs (Jason Holder 24, Shane Dowrich 13) Jofra Archer completes his over and he starts the day with a maiden.

- Milestone for Kemar Roach, but trouble for the Windies batsmen. Dangerously staring a follow-on possibility in the face, can Holder & Co. manage some damage control against the lethal English bowlers? Our correspondents find out.

 

- Day 3 - England 369 all out; West Indies 137/6 after 47.1 overs (Jason Holder 24, Shane Dowrich 10) Trails by 232 runs Good noon and here are are gearing up for the third day's play, where England will aim to further push back the West Indies and take complete control of the match.  A win for the Englishmen is almost certain, given the way West Indies batsmen failed against the moving ball. However, the visitors are no pushovers and will try and stage a fighback with two days of play left.

- Kemar Roach got to a landmark by scalping his 200th Test wicket. Here's what the pace ace said after his achivement.

 

Here's how day two panned out with Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad ripping through the West Indies batting order.

 

Stumps Day 2 -England 369 all out; West Indies 137/6 after 47.1 overs (Jason Holder 24, Shane Dowrich 10)

Day 2 Report

Eng vs WI: All-round Broad shines as England takes second day's honours

Stuart Broad starred with bat and ball as England made early inroads to leave West Indies struggling on 137 for six after bad light brought an end to the second day's play in the third and final Test at Old Trafford.

Broad's two for 17 coupled with a quickfire 65 has put the host in pole position in the series decider. In reply to England's first-innings total, West Indies' top three batsmen all fell as James Anderson, Jofra Archer and Broad kept a lid on the run rate.

England vs West Indies 3rd Test Day 2 Highlights

John Campbell struck a brisk 32 but Shai Hope continued his poor form with just 17 after West Indies lost opener Kraigg Brathwaite in its second over as Broad continued his heroics. Shamarh Brooks and Royston Chase didn't trouble the scorers either.

Broad reveals Warne inspiration after Day 2 batting exploits

Stuart Broad's experiment to adopt Australian great Shane Warne's stance at the crease paid off on Saturday as he smashed a quickfire half century for England on the second day of the final Test against West Indies on Saturday.

Strauss: Pope a real find for England, can succeed in all formats

Former skipper Andrew Strauss feels Ollie Pope has been a “real find” for England and he has the capability of succeeding in all formats of the game.

After failing to breach the 15-run mark in the first two Tests against the West Indies, Pope alongside Jos Buttler rescued England from a precarious 122-4 at tea to close the opening day of the series decider on 258-4.

England's Jos Buttler admits feeling the pressure over Test place

England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler said on Saturday he had been stressing about his lack of Test runs and feeling the pressure of mounting speculation about his place in the team.

Buttler has a reputation as a swashbuckling batsman in the limited-over games but had averaged only 18 runs in his last seven Tests since replacing Jonny Bairstow as wicketkeeper in New Zealand last November.

  - Playing XI

- England: Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Joe Root (C), Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, Jos Buttler (WK), Chris Woakes, Dominic Bess, Jofra Archer, Stuart Broad, James Anderson

- West Indies: Kraigg Brathwaite, John Campbell, Shai Hope, Shamarh Brooks, Roston Chase, Jermaine Blackwood, Shane Dowrich (WK), Jason Holder (C), Rahkeem Cornwall, Kemar Roach, Shannon Gabriel

 

Toss: West Indies opt to bowl

What: England vs West Indies, 3rd Test

Where: Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

Date and Time: July 24-28 03:30 IST

Squads

West Indies: Kraigg Brathwaite, John Campbell, Shai Hope, Shamarh Brooks, Roston Chase, Jermaine Blackwood, Shane Dowrich (WK), Jason Holder (C), Kemar Roach, Alzarri Joseph, Shannon Gabriel, Nkrumah Bonner, Rahkeem Cornwall, Raymon Reifer, Chemar Holder

England: Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Zak Crawley, Joe Root (C), Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, Jos Buttler (WK), Dominic Bess, Jofra Archer, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Chris Woakes, Sam Curran, Mark Wood

 

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