OVERS 21.3: Sibley sends Holder for a boundary in the direction of deep sq. boundary. ENGLAND 57/0, path by 57 runs.
50-run partnership comes up between Burns and Sibley.
OVERS 19.2: FOUR! Free and too large from Holder. Burns smashes the ball behind sq..
OVERS 18.4: Rory Burns cuts the ball in the direction of deep backward level. He takes Three runs. ENGLAND 47/0, path by 67 runs
West Indies deliver spin into the assault. Holder give the ball to Roston Chase. Can he get the breakthrough?
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OVERS 16.4: FOUR! A tender push from Burns in the direction of mid on. Roach is not proud of this. Runs are flowing for the Three Lions. ENGLAND 40/0, path by 74 runs.
OVERS 15.4: FOUR! A juicy half volley from Gabriel. Sibley flicks the ball properly in the direction of deep sq. leg. ENGLAND 34/0, path by 80 runs.
OVERS 15.2: FOUR! Sensible shot from Burns. The left-hander drives Gabriel superbly in the direction of sweeper cowl for a boundary. ENGLAND 30/0, path by 84 runs.
Captain Jason Holder is having a phrase with Shannon Gabriel. Recreation plan?
OVERS 12.5: Burns shuffles throughout the nice leg area. He takes one run and runs for a second one too. Sensible working between the wickets by Burns and Sibley. ENGLAND 22/0, path by 92 runs.
OVERS 12.2: Sibley performs this superbly in the direction of sq. leg. He’ll get 2 runs.
Who will take the primary breakthrough on Day 4?
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England openers Dom Sibley and Rory Burns are on the crease. Kemar Roach to start out the proceedings on Day 4. Right here we go…
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England pacer James Anderson on Southampton’s wicket:
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Hi there and welcome to TimesofIndia.com’s reside protection of Day Four of the primary Take a look at between hosts England and West Indies on the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
Match to this point..
Driving on gritty performances from Shane Dowrich (61) and opener Kraigg Brathwaite (65), West Indies, on Day Three ended their first innings at 318, taking a strong 114-run lead.
England had been at 15 with none loss at stumps, surviving a difficult 10-over interval with Dom Sibley (5*) and Rory Burns (10*) on the crease.
However nonetheless trailing by one other 99 runs, England discover themselves in a little bit of bother in opposition to the Windies bowlers, who’re in prime kind.
A comparatively weak England prime order (in absence of Joe Root) will look to fireside or at least see off the tough morning session with circumstances nonetheless in favour of the bowlers.
West Indies, then again will depend on first innings’ hero Jason Holder and different pacers and purpose for early wickets to strengthen their grip on the match.