England vs West Indies first Test match result


The first match of the three-match Test series between England and West Indies continues and today is the deciding day of this match. England was all out after scoring 313 runs in the second innings and set a target of 200 runs to win in front of the West Indies. By the time the news was written, the West Indies had scored 194 runs at the loss of 6 wickets. He now needs 6 runs to win.

Let us tell you that the England team was all out for 204 runs in the first innings, while the Caribbean team scored 318 runs in the first innings. In this way, the visiting team got a lead of 114 runs. England was all out for 313 in the second innings with a target of 200 runs to win in front of the West Indies.

West Indies second innings, Black Wood innings of 95 runs

The Windies team did not start well in the second innings chasing a target of 200 runs and got the first blow as a cross Brathwaite on the score of 7 runs. After that Jofra Archer brought England to second success by dismissing Shamoor Brooks. Braithwaite scored 4 runs while Brooks was unable to open an account. Subsequently, Mark Wood bowled Shai Hope to a score of 9 and gave the Windies team the third blow.

At the score of 37, Joseph Archer was caught by Roston Chase by Jose Butler. Dorich sent Jos Butler to the pavilion for 20, caught by Ben Stokes. Blackwood was caught by James Stokes at the score of 95 by James Anderson.

England’s second innings, Sibley-Jack’s half-century

Rory Burns and Dominic Sibley have come to open the innings for England and are batting well. After playing 104 balls, Burns took Roston Chase off 42 balls for John Campbell. Gabriel was given a second setback to the hosts and got Sibery out for 50 at the hands of Dorich. In the second innings, Jose Denley was caught by Roston Chase by Jason Holder at the score of 29.

Jack Crowley also played a brilliant inning and scored a half-century. Jason Holder had two consecutive successes, dismissing captain Ben Stokes with 46 and Crowley 76 later. Wicketkeeper Jose Butler was bowled by Alzari Joseph and sent back. Gabriel was given a clean bold by Dominic Bess and Olly Pop. Mark Wood scored 2 runs while Joffra Archer was caught by Shannon Dowrick for 23 runs. Both of them were dismissed by Gabriel.

West Indies scored 318 runs in first innings, half-century innings of Dorich and Brathwaite

For the West Indies, Craig Braithwaite and John Campbell opened the innings and the Caribbean team’s first wicket fell as Campbell. He was dismissed lbw by James Anderson for 28 runs. Sai Base gets caught out by Dom Beas at the hands of Ben Stokes. Hope scored 16 runs in 64 balls. Craig Braithwaite was dismissed lbw by Ben Stokes for 65. The fourth wicket of the Caribbean team fell as Brooks. He was caught by Jos Buttler off James Anderson for 39 runs.

The fifth blow to the West Indies team was given by Dom Bess as Blackwood. Blackwood was caught by Anderson and he was dismissed by 12 runs. Anderson was dismissed by Roston Chase for 47 runs. Captain Jason Holder was caught by England captain Ben Stokes at 5 by Jofra Archer. Alzarri Joseph was bowled clean by Ben Stokes for 18, while Gabriel fell to Mark Wood for 4 runs. Kemar Roach remained unbeaten on one run. In the first innings for England, Ben Stokes scored four, Anderson three, Bice two, while Mark Wood scored a breakthrough. West Indies scored 318 runs in the first innings.

England, Holder, and Gabriel were all out for 204 in the first innings

Rory Burns and Dominic Sibley came on the ground to start the innings for England. Shannon Gabriel scored for the West Indies in the second over of the first day of the match. On the first day of the match, Sibli returned without opening the account on the fourth ball of the second over. The second day, Gabriel succeeded in the West Indies. Batting for 18, he was bowled and sent back.

Subsequently, Gabriel also gave the England team the third blow. He was out lbw for 30 runs. Captain Jason Holder scored the fourth success for the West Indies. Jack Crowley was declared not out by the on-field umpire, against whom a review was appealed and the third umpire gave the West Indies the result. Jack returned to LBW after scoring 10 runs.

Captain Holder also gave England a fifth blow. He got Pope caught by Dowick at the score of 12 runs. Subsequently, Holder added three more wickets to his account. England captain Ben Stokes (43), Jos Buttler (35), and Jofra Archer were sent to zero by the Windies captain. England’s last wicket fell as James Anderson and he was dismissed by Shannon Gabriel for 10 runs.

England’s playing XI

Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Joe Denly, Jack Crowley, Ben Stokes (captain), Ollie Pope, Jose Butler (wicketkeeper), Dominic Bess, Joffra Archer, Mark Wood, James Anderson

West Indies Playing XI

Shamer Brooks, Shai Hope, Jermaine Blackwood, Shane Daurich (wicketkeeper), Jason Holder (captain), Alzarri Joseph, Cam Roach, Shannon Gabriel, Craig Braithwaite, John Campbell, Roston Chase


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