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West Indies rounds end at 375


Live Score WI vs ENG, Day 4: Nkrumah Bonner’s scintillating century and valiant contributions from the lower order helped West Indies to a 375 aggregate in response to England’s opening-leg score of 311. Follow Insidesport.in for all West Indies v England live updates.

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After fly-half Kraigg Brathwaite and John Campbell scored free in an 83-run stand, West Indies lost four wickets for 44 as the visitors fought back to the delight of Barmy’s traveling army. But Bonner and the experienced Holder crouched down to see an excellent reverse swing spell from Mark Wood and Ben Stokes. The Caribbean Boys lost their last wicket on the third delivery on Day 4 as Jack Leach trapped Jaydev Seales’ leg before the wicket.

WI vs ENG Live Score: Nkrumah Bonner’s century helps West Indies score 375 in response to England’s 311 – Follow Day 4 live updates

West Indies sleeves: 375/10, led by 64 points

STICK R B M 4s 6s RS
Kraig Brathwaite (c) c Overton b Wood 55 70 108 7 1 78.57
John Campbell c † Foakes b Overton 35 63 80 6 0 55.55
Shamarh Brooks c Root b Stokes 18 38 45 4 0 47.36
Nkrumah Bonner c †Foakes b Lawrence 123 355 558 12 1 34.64
Jermaine Blackwood c Overton b Woakes 11 24 32 2 0 45.83
Jason Holder c † Foakes b Stokes 45 119 149 6 1 37.81
Joshua Da Silva † lb b leaching 32 88 121 1 0 36.36
Joseph Alzarri c sub (OJ Pope) b Overton 2 7 8 0 0 28.57
Kemar Gardon exhausted (under [OJ Pope]/†Foakes) 15 89 114 3 0 16.85
Veerasammy Permaul not out 26 87 134 3 0 29.88
Jayden Seales lb b leaching 0 8 14 0 0 0.00
TOTAL (157.3 Ov, RR: 2.38) 375

Fall of wickets: 1-83 (John Campbell, 19.3 ov), 2-101 (Kraigg Brathwaite, 25.6 ov), 3-111 (Shamarh Brooks, 28.6 ov), 4-127 (Jermaine Blackwood, 35.1 ov), 5-206 (Jason Holder , 70.6 ov), 6-279 (Joshua Da Silva, 97.2 ov), 7-282 (Alzarri Joseph, 98.6 ov), 8-326 (Kemar Roach, 127.5 ov), 9-372 (Nkrumah Bonner, 154.5 ov), 10-375 (Jayden Seales, 157.3 vo)

BOWLING O M R O ECON WD NB
chris woake 30 6 88 1 2.93 1 2
Craig Overton 32 7 85 2 2.65 2 1
Mark Wood 17 4 45 1 2.64 1 0
Jack Leaching 43.3 20 79 2 1.81 0 0
Ben Stokes 28 7 42 2 1.50 0 0
Joe Root 5 0 30 0 6.00 0 0
Dan Lawrence 2 2 0 1 0.00 0 0

WI vs ENG Live Score: Nkrumah Bonner’s century helps West Indies score 375 in response to England’s 311 – Follow Day 4 live updates

TICKET OFFICE! Leach traps Jayden Seales leg before the wicket as West Indies innings stop at 375.

DAY 4 – Jack Leach has the ball to kick off Day 4 action.

FOUR ! Bonner sweeps the leg slip for four more.

FOUR ! Sweep past leg slip for a limit.

FOUR ! Edged. Fly over Zak Crawley on the first swipe and rush to the limit.

TICKET OFFICE! Craig Overton throws a short delivery. Alzarri Joseph misses a hook shot that lands straight into the hands of deep-legged substitute Ollie Pope.

TICKET OFFICE! Jack Leach breaks off the partnership as Joshua da Silva misses a delivery that hits his pad. The examination suggests that the bullet would have crashed into the top of the leg stump.

DAY 3 LUNCH – West Indies 271/5

FIFTY! Nkrumah Bonner turns 50

FOUR ! Short and wide, Bonner cuts it this time to the vacant backspot.

FOUR ! Bonner fires a short delivery to a deep fence midway for a boundary.

TICKET OFFICE! Ben Stokes breaks the partnership between Nkrumah Bonner and Jason Holder as he throws an outswinger which takes the lead over Holder and Ben Foakes takes a good hold.

WI vs ENG Live Score: Nkrumah Bonner’s century helps West Indies score 375 in response to England’s 311 – Follow Day 4 live updates

Day 3 Session 1

Spinner Jack Leach then anchored at one end, playing 47 successive balls at one point, but Holder opened up his broad shoulders at times, notably hitting part-time spinner Joe Root for long for a towering six. A frustrated England were unable to break through again before the close on a day when intermittent showers briefly interrupted play on several occasions. The second new ball, at 13.1 overs, cannot come quickly enough for England.

Ben Stokes gave England a much-needed breakthrough at the start of day three of the first Test against the West Indies by dismissing Jason Holder. Jason Holder and Nkrumah Bonner shared an unbeaten 75-point partnership as the West Indies recovered from a mini meltdown and advanced to 202-for-four at the end of day two at Viv Richards Stadium in North Sound. The pair could add 4 more points, however, as Ben Stokes threw an outswinger that got the better of his bat and flew straight to goalkeeper Ben Foakes who recovered a simple catch. Holder left with 45 points. With the new ball expected in a few overs England will be looking to take quick wickets, a new ball may change their fortunes.

WI vs ENG Live Score: Nkrumah Bonner’s century helps West Indies score 375 in response to England’s 311 – Follow Day 4 live updates

The three-Test series is being contested for the new Richards-Botham Trophy in honor of former Test opponents and Somerset County team-mates Viv Richards and Ian Botham, who sat side by side in the crowd.

WI vs ENG Live Score: Nkrumah Bonner’s century helps West Indies score 375 in response to England’s 311 – Follow Day 4 live updates

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