क्रिकेट और भी

West Indies Vs England Live Score (Test)

3rd Test | 09 February, 2019 | Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia

252 / 10 Overs69.5 R/R3.60 Fours28 Sixes4 Extras12

Match Status: Match Ended

Match Result: England beat West Indies by 232 runs

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Roston Chase 102 191 12 1
  • That is all we have for you in this Test match series. Windies win it by a 2-1 margin and have surprised many. The England tour doesn't end here. The 5-match ODI series begin from 20th February. The first one will be played at Barbados. Join in at 1100 local (1500 GMT). Until then, ta ta!
  • Jason Holder then goes onto collect the trophy and calls over his teammates to pose for the shutterbugs. This series was really important for them as well as cricket in general. A sight that has not been seen recently but one which brings genuine happiness to the eyes of the neutral viewers.
  • Jason Holder tells us that it was a bit disappointing to lose the final Test. Reckons there are areas of improvement but there are also positives to pick out of the games. When asked about the previous tour compared to this one, he mentions there are both good and bad that can be taken out of each performance. Reserves some special praise for Roston Chase who he feels is an asset with both bat and ball. Continues by saying that he is looking forward to the touring Indians and reckons they will have to be more clinical in that, not affording to lose plots. On the importance of the series win, he ends by saying that the team has to consistently improve and reach the higher rankings by winning, aspiring to be the number 1 side. Thanks the Windies supporters as well as the travelling English supporters for making this a good spectacle.
  • Kemar Roach, the Man of the Series says that the series was a pretty good one for him but more important was winning for the team against a competitive England side. Tells us with a smile that even he gets tired but he was trying to give the best for the side. When asked about the team performance, he says that he is really proud of all his mates to have beaten the formidable England side. Asked about the touring Indian side later in the year he says that he is looking forward to all the cricket coming up. Ends by saying everyone is working really hard in practice and the nets to make the team a great one and get results which they want.
  • Mark Wood is the Man of the Match, says that he was full of confidence after the England Lions tour. He informs that he was not worried about his pace and just looked to run in and bowl fast. He feels happy about managing to come in and hit the right lines and lengths and pick up the wickets. When asked about playing in the Ashes for the England team, he says that he is not thinking that far ahead. Ends by thanking his fitness coaches and physios for getting him fit and ready to bowl.
  • Joe Root, the England captain feels that they played some good cricket in this Test and batted well in the first innings, then came out and did the job with the ball as well. On the team combination, he says that he chose the side that he felt was best-suited and admits that a few mistakes were made. Regardless, he feels that there is a brilliant squad and the team will be really good with experience. On his own form, he feels that the hundred was really important in the second innings and felt good to contribute with the bat. Praises Mark Wood for bowling with great pace and effort. Signs off by saying it was a great way to end the series and get some momentum going into the ODIs.
  • As for the bowling effort in the second innings, Anderson and Ali picked up three each, whereas Stokes picked up a couple, one went to Wood and the other one was a suicidal run out. Broad bowled well without success. All-in-all, a good bowling performance to follow the great one in the first innings as well. The English team can have some smiles on their faces before they move onto the 5-match ODI series coming up. Presentations to follow...
  • The chase was derailed early when 4 wickets went early on to the swing of Anderson and pace of Wood. Most of them were loose shots. What followed after Lunch was a bit of rearguard action with Roston Chase standing at one end, losing partners. And post-Tea, it was all about how long for the remaining wickets to fall. Roston Chase and the Windies innings continued long enough for the batsman to get to three figures but the England bowlers eventually found a way to bowl them out and pick up a consolation win.
  • Roston Chase remains unbeaten but the Windies don't. They have been beaten and convincingly at that in the final Test of the series. 232 runs and that underlines the importance of Jason Holder to this Windies Test team. Nevertheless, the series is in the bag and the hosts still have smiles on their faces as they walk out to shake hands with their opposition. A chase of 485 was never going to be possible but the hosts could have shown a bit more of character and tried to help out Roston Chase, who was out there trying his best.
  • 69.5OUT! That is that! Stokes has the final laugh. Goes short on the body of Paul. He makes room and looks to pull this. Gets it off the splice of the bat and it goes high. Stokes hares to the ball and takes a very simple catch. ENGLAND WIN BY 232 RUNS.
  • 69.4FOUR! Hammered! Full toss outside off, Paul slaps this over the bowler's head for another boundary.
  • 69.3FOUR! Lovely! Full and outside off, Paul carves it through point for a lovely boundary.
  • 69.2Full toss on the leg side, Paul flicks it to deep square leg but refuses the single.
  • 69.1FOUR! Well he can't run so he will play his shots. Short ball outside off, Paul pulls this through mid-wicket for a boundary.
  • 68.6Gets behind the ball and bunts it down. 240/9
  • 68.5Brilliant bowling. This one skids through bat and pad and somehow misses the stumps.
  • 68.4FOUR! 100 for Chase! What an innings this has been from him. Patient and held one end through. Outside off, Chase cuts it through the point region and it runs away to the fence. He takes off his helmet and soaks in all the applause. His 5th in this format.
  • 68.3Chase has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
  • 68.2Defended off the front foot by the batsman presenting the full face of the bat.
  • 68.1Loopy leg spin on leg, Chase gets an edge which goes past short leg. Would be some story that if Chase got out.
  • Joe Denly to roll his arm over now.
  • 67.6Full and on off, Paul guides it to covers. 236/9
  • Keemo Paul is the last man in. He was stretchered off yesterday, but he comes in to help a mate reach three figures. Brilliant comradeship!
  • 67.5OUT! Edge and taken! Stokes does the trick. Length ball outside off, Gabriel who was patient enough now goes after it. He gets an outside edge which goes to Bairstow who takes a simple catch. The players appeal and the umpire raises his finger.
  • 67.4Bouncer! Gabriel ducks under the bouncer at the last moment.
  • 67.3The batsman shows the full face of the bat and defends the ball off the back foot.
  • 67.2Find someone who has the same confidence as Chase has in Gabriel. Turns his bat to the leg side and collects one.
  • 67.1Back of a length ball on off, Chase is ahead to work it on the leg side but it hits his thigh pad. I don't know why Stokes is appealing.
  • Ben Stokes is now into the attack.
  • 66.6Gabriel survives, again. Gets behind the ball and pushes it to the off side. 235/8
  • 66.5Around off, Gabriel gets an outside edge to backward point.
  • 66.4Comes forward and defends this.
  • 66.3Off spinner outside off, Gabriel is beaten all ends up.
  • 66.2Covers his stump and sees one out.
  • 66.1He takes a single. Drives this to extra cover for one.
  • 65.6Gabriel survives. Full on the stumps. Well blocked by Shannon. 234/8
  • 65.5Outside off, left alone.
  • 65.4Chase works it down the leg side. They pick up a single.
  • 65.3FOUR! Lovely driving. Around off, Chase leans forward and drives this through covers for back-to-back boundaries.
  • 65.2FOUR! Gets it past mid off and moves into the 90s. Pitched up on off, Chase punches it through mid off for a boundary.
  • 65.1Missed everything! Beauty from Broad. Serves this around off and it nips back into Chase. He plays away from his body and the ball goes bat and pad to the keeper.
  • 64.6On the stumps, Gabriel is solid in his defense. 225/8
  • 64.5The batsman works it down the leg side.
  • 64.4Off spinner outside off, goes past the outside edge of Gabriel.
  • 64.3Down leg, whipped away to deep square leg for one
  • 64.2Outside off, punched to the off side.
  • 64.1Flighted on leg, played back to the bowler.
  • 63.6This one climbs up. On a good length, Gabriel leaves it and it goes at a good height to Bairstow. 224/8
  • 63.5Gets behind this and stonewalls it.
  • 63.4Just short. Gabriel looks to block it but gets a soft edge short of the slip cordon.
  • 63.3Goes after it and clears the infield. Gabriel swings and gets it through mid-wicket for a couple of runs.
  • 63.2Gabriel has flicked the ball off his pads.
  • Keemo Paul who was out injured early on Day 3 is seen padded up. Surprise for everyone that.
  • 63.1Around off, kept out by Shannon.
  • 62.6FOUR! Doesn't bother about the single. Gives room and slaps this wide of mid off for another boundary. Moves to 86 with that. 222/8
  • 62.5FOUR! Takes Moeen on. Tossed up on middle, Chase steps out and lofts this over the bowler's head for a one-bounce boundary.
  • We now see Keemo Paul padded up in the pavillion. Hmmm...
  • 62.4Chase has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
  • 62.3Flight on off, pushed back uppishly towards mid off. They cross.
  • 62.2Around off, punched to mid off.
  • 62.1Looped up on off, blocked by Gabriel.
  • 61.6Doesn't get the run. Instead was happy to block it out. 213/8
  • 61.5Fuller ball on middle, Chase on-drives it to mid on.
  • 61.4Bouncer! Chase ducks under it in time.
  • 61.3Outside off, Chase goes after it but cannot connect.
  • 61.2Chase defends it from within the crease.
  • 61.1On the pads, Gabriel misses his flick and gets it on his thigh pad. The ball rolls to the on side where they take a run.
  • 60.6Flatter one on off to end a successful over for England. Chase keeps it out well. 212/8
  • DRINKS! Please finish this game soon, England. Yours sincerely, a Man united fan. Joseph had his fun in the middle but held out. Roston Chase is on 78 and deserves a 100. Just 1 wicket needed for the visitors to wrap this game up.
  • 60.5OUT! The fun is over for Joseph. Going after each one, he was bound to mistime one and he does. Another flighted one on middle, that is brave bowling from Moeen. Joseph looks to smash that one over deep mid-wicket but the ball bounces and takes the top edge and flies high over the bowler's head. Anderson from mid on runs to his left and takes an easy catch. 1 away now are England.
  • 60.4Short and wide outside off, cut away for a couple of runs to deep point.
  • 60.3SIX! Just over the head of the long on fielder. Another flighted one and Alzarri smashes this one to deep long on and just manages to clear that fielder. Moves into the 30s. The fifty-run stand is up.
  • 60.2Flatter one going with the line and the ball beats Joseph on the outside as he looked to keep that ball out.
  • 60.1SIX! A flatter one outside off and Joseph has thrown the kitchen sink at that one. Goes over long off and deep outside the ropes for a maximum. 200 up for the hosts.
  • 59.6Left alone outside off by Chase to end the over. 198/7
  • 59.5Short of a length outside off, defended off the back foot onto the off side.
  • 59.4Defended off the front foot by Chase presenting the full face of the bat.
  • 59.3NOT OUT! Yes, there was a tiny little tickle on that as it went past the bat. A fuller length ball on middle and going on with the angle, Chase looks to flick but misses. A loud appeal as the batsman is struck in line, the umpire raises the finger. Roston almost reviews immediately and we know why as the replays show us that there is a slight murmur on the Snicko suggestive of an inside edge. The on-field decision is reversed and Chase survives, the vigil will go on.
  • Review time... Roston Chase has been given out LBW here but he has reviewed almost immediately. Looks like he feels that he has hit that ball.
  • 59.2Very full outside off, Chase looks to drive but the ball gets the toe of the bat and rolls to the bowler.
  • 59.1Length ball outside off, left alone by Roston Chase.
  • 58.6On the pads, the batsman offers no stroke and gets hit. 198/7
  • 58.5SIX! Huge! A flighted one on middle and Joseph deposits that one way back into the banks at the cow corner region. First six in Test Cricket for Alzarri.
  • 58.4Defended on the back foot by Alzarri.
  • 58.3Flatter length ball on the pads, nudged away to deep square leg for a run.
  • 58.2In the air... above the head of mid-wicket for a single. Long on comes and cleans up as Joseph mistimes this ball in the air over the infield for a run.
  • 58.1DROPPED! Another one goes down. Around the wicket and the ball drifts away from Josesph as he tries to drive. Stokes tries to take that one with his left hand as it comes off the outside edge but the ball just pops out of his hand.
  • 57.6Outside off, guided to third man for and will keep strike for the next over. 190/7
  • 57.5Fuller ball outside off, Joseph swings but connects with air.
  • 57.4Length outside off, Joseph gets a bottom edge to the off side.
  • 57.3Around off, pushed to the off side.
  • 57.2Length ball outside off, taped to the off side.
  • 57.1Joseph shows the full face of the bat and defends the ball off the back foot.
  • Stuart Broad to have a bowl now.
  • 56.6Outside off, driven past mid off for one. 189/7
  • 56.5FOUR! Joseph is not afraid to throw is bat around. Pitched up ball on middle, Joseph swings hard and gets it past the bowler for a boundary.
  • 56.4Driven through the covers by Alzarri.
  • 56.3Defended off the back foot by the batsman.
  • 56.2Off spinner on off, Joesph looks to play it with a straight bat but fails.
  • 56.1Good work from Anderson at mid on. Loopy ball on off, Joseph swings at it falls just short of Anderson, who does well to get a hand to it.
  • 55.6FOUR! Nice! Overpitched again on middle and leg, Chase gets under it and on-drives it along the carpet for a boundary through mid on. On 77 now and looks good for a 100. 184/7
  • 55.5The batsman chooses to leave the ball outside his off stump.
  • 55.4Outside off, left alone.
  • 55.3In the air... but safe. Outside off on a good length. Chase goes hard at it and gets a top edge which falls behind the point region. They cross.
  • 55.2FOUR! Not much movement but a clean hit. Overpitched on off, Joseph drives it through cover-point and earns his boundary.
  • 55.1Bouncer! The batsman does well to evade it.
  • 54.6Gives this air on leg, Chase flicks it back of square for a couple of runs. 175/7
  • 54.5RC has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 54.4SIX! SHOT! Chase is showing some character. Flighted ball on middle, Chase extends his arms and lofts this over the bowler's head for a biggie.
  • 54.3Keeps low on off, Chase blocks it.
  • 54.2Chase rocks back and punches this to the off side.
  • 54.1Comes back into Joseph, he gets an outside edge through backward point for a run.
  • 53.6Goes length this time around off, Chase looks to leave it but is late in doing so. The ball hits his bat in the process. 166/7
  • 53.5Mark continues bowling short. Chase has enough time to duck under it.
  • 53.4FOUR! Not short really. Comes at a height just below his waist. Chase keeps his eyes on it and controls the pull wide of the fielder at mid on for a boundary.
  • 53.3Bouncer on off, Chase does well to keep that down.
  • 53.2Bouncer down leg, Joseph ducks under it. It bounces and goes away from Bairstow. The ball rolls further towards third man which allows Chase to get back on strike.
  • 53.1Length ball outside off, Joseph lashes at it but connect with thin air.
  • 52.6FOUR! Lots of air on this one outside off, Chase rocks back, waits for it and smashes it through cover-point for a boundary. 161/7
  • 52.5Hurled in quicker and flatter on off, Roston stands tall and pushes it back to the bowler this time.
  • 52.4Flatter ball outside off, Chase comes ahead and dead-bats it.
  • 52.3Fuller and flighted outside off, driven hard down the ground to long off for a single.
  • 52.2Flatter one outside off, Joseph looks to put bat on ball and plays for the spin but the ball beats him on the outside.
  • Alzarri Joseph is in at number 9.
  • 52.1OUT! A catch has been taken! Relief for the English! Flighted ball around off, Roach drives it but cannot keep it down. The ball straight to the throat of Mark Wood who makes no mistake. The end is nigh for the hosts.
  • 51.6Bouncer at 144 kph down leg, no real trouble for the batsman. 156/6
  • 51.5Down leg again, at a back of a length, left alone by Chase.
  • 51.4Leg byes! Down the leg again, Roach gets it off his thigh pad towards fine for just one.
  • 51.3Angles this down leg, Roach goes after it but misses to get bat on it.
  • 51.2Wide down the leg side, no trouble at all for the batsman.
  • 51.1Bouncer, Roach gets on his toes to play it.
  • 50.6A thickish outside edge, runs along the ground as Roach gets to the other end and keeps strike for the next over. 155/6
  • 50.5Another flatter one on middle, defended on the back foot by Kemar.
  • 50.4The batsman defends it from within the crease.
  • 50.3Edged and four! Lovely drift from Moeen outside off and Roach reaches out to play the drive without much foot movement. The ball takes the outside edge and flies wide of Stokes at slip and to the third man fence.
  • 50.2Another shorter one on middle, flicked away to deep mid-wicket for a single by Chase. That brings up the 150 for the hosts.
  • 50.1Flatter one outside off, pushed towards the off side on the back foot by Chase.
  • 49.6Edge again but falls short. Short ball on off, Roach gets another edge which falls short of the man at gully. 149/6
  • 49.5FOUR! Just over Bairstow! Short ball on middle, Roach looks to get udder it but the ball brushes his glove and goes towards Jonny. He keeper jumps, gets his webs to it but it was too high. The ball runs away to the fence behind.
  • 49.4Back of a length ball outside off, Kemar gets behind it and sees it out.
  • 49.3Another length ball on off, Roach blocks it.
  • 49.2Length ball outside off, Roach blocks it out well.
  • 49.1Length ball around off, Roach blocks it well.
  • The batsman pulls out... Looks like something or someone has moved in front of the sightscreen.
  • 48.6DROPPED! Oh boy, you could call that a dolly. Tossed up ball on off, Roach cannot get it past mid off. Rory Burns backtrack, gets his hands to the ball but puts it down. Too many catches dropped from both sides this series. 145/6
  • 48.5Punched off the back foot by the batsman.
  • 48.4Loopy ball on off, keeps very low and the ball goes under the bat of Roach.
  • 48.3Tossed up ball on off, Roach is solid in his defense.
  • 48.2Roach gets behind this one and bunts it down.
  • 48.1Arm ball on ball, Roach swings but gets it off his inner half towards short leg.
  • Moeen Ali to bowl from the other end.
  • 47.6Down the leg side, Chase tries flicking it but it goes off his thigh pad and to the keeper. A stifled appeal which dies down. 144/6
  • 47.5Gets behind this one and blocks it out.
  • 47.4FOUR! Edge and away to the boundary. Big lateral movement on that one after pitching on a good length around off. It moves away from Roach who gets an outside edge past the slip cordon for a boundary.
  • 47.3Bouncer outside off, Kemar sways away from it.
  • 47.2Good length ball outside off, left alone by Roach.
  • 47.1Starts by bowling on full on the legs, Chase flicks it away with a wristy shot through square leg. Has enough on it to get three.
  • We are back for the final session of play on the fourth day. Roston Chase and Kemar Roach to try and keep the hosts in the game. Chase to face Mark Wood.
  • ... Day 4, Session 3 ...
  • Another session that belongs to England in the context of the Test match. 101 runs for the Windies but the away team has truckloads of runs left with them. The important fact is that they have picked up 2 wickets. Roston Chase has battled at one end but Shimron Hetmyer and Shane Dowrich left him mid-way through the battle. Now, he is alongside Kemar Roach which means that the original number 8, Keemo Paul might not be able to turn out to bat. That means, England will need 3 wickets. As for the hosts, their main aim will be to take this game as deep as possible. How will the final session pan out? Join us at 1500 local time to find out...
  • 46.6Defends it with a solid straight bat by Roach. THAT WILL BE TEA ON DAY 4. 136/6
  • 46.5Flatter one outside off, pushed away through cover for a single by Chase. Roach to face the last ball before Tea...
  • 46.4Flatter one on the pads, nudged towards the leg side for a single.
  • 46.3FOUR! Flighted outside off and this time Roach gets the drive through the gap and to the deep cover fence.
  • 46.2Fuller and quicker outside off, driven hard to mid off.
  • 46.1Short outside off, Roach looks to cut but it is mistimed straight to the cover-point fielder.
  • 45.6Way down the leg side, lets it go. 130/6
  • 45.5FOUR! Fifty for Roston Chase! A length ball outside off, Roston looks to drive but the ball takes the outside edge and goes through the slip cordon for a boundary. This is a fighting knock from this guy, the only one who has shown some spunk and will.
  • 45.4Sprays this on a length down the leg side. Chase looks to flick but the ball is too far away for him to make contact.
  • 45.3Left alone outside off by Chase.
  • 45.2Nudged off the pads for a single down to fine leg by Kemar.
  • 45.1Keeps really low that one, outside off though and Roach does not have to worry about that variable bounce.
  • 44.6Hurled in quicker on middle, defended on the back foot. Could have been risky had the ball sneaked through. 125/6
  • 44.5A flatter one on middle and pushed back down the ground for a single to mid on.
  • 44.4DROPPED and FOUR! Hit very hard straight back to Denly. A flighted ball on middle, smashed back towards Denly who cannot react quickly enough. Gets fingertips on it but that is not enough to prevent the ball from reaching the rope straight down the ground.
  • 44.3Flatter one on middle, defended towards the leg side by Roach.
  • 44.2Loopy ball on middle, flicked away on the full to deep mid-wicket for a single.
  • 44.1Flatter ball on off, defended back towards the bowler by Chase.
  • Joe Denly to roll his arm over before the Tea break.
  • 43.6Good length ball on top of off, Roach watches it all the way as he defends with a straight bat. 119/6
  • 43.5Short of a length outside off, left alone by Roach.
  • 43.4Length ball on off, pushed back to mid off by KR.
  • 43.3Another short of a length ball outside off, keeps low as Roach looks to play it on his toes. He does not have to worry though as the ball is not with the line of the stumps.
  • 43.2Short and well wide outside off, left alone by Kemar.
  • 43.1Lovely-looking drive! A fuller length ball outside off and Roach leans into the shot as he pushes this wide of cover for a couple of runs.
  • 42.6Another couple to end the over as Roston works this with the turn and in the gap through mid-wicket. 117/6
  • 42.5In the air... but safe. A flighted one outside off, Chase looks to lift it over the bowler's head. The ball goes off the outside half and over extra-cover's head for a couple of runs.
  • 42.4Flatter one outside off, pushed away towards point from the crease.
  • 42.3Shortens the length a tad bit this time, kept out off the back foot by Chase.
  • 42.2Flatter one outside off, driven back to the bowler.
  • 42.1Flatter one outside off, cut away off the back foot by Roach to deep point for a single.
  • 41.6Shouldered arms to outside the off stump by Chase. That is the 125th ball Chase has faced. 112/6
  • 41.5Short ball outside off, Roston sways out of the way of the ball.
  • 41.4A length ball on middle, Chase looks to flick but gets an inside edge onto the pads and the ball rolls towards square leg. A stifled appeal.
  • 41.3Wide outside off, the batsman decides not to play at it.
  • 41.2Left alone outside off this time by Chase.
  • 41.1Length ball on middle, Chase turns this away through mid-wicket for a couple of runs.
  • 40.6Flatter one on off, Roach comes ahead and defends the ball. 110/6
  • Kemar Roach is next to the middle. That means, no Paul? At least for now...
  • 40.5OUT! A loss of concentration! Dowrich departs and that is a huge, huge wicket for England. They are surely into the tail now. A flatter one on middle and off, Dowrich does not come ahead and stays back to defend. The ball goes off the thick outside edge and towards Stokes. Ben takes a good sharp catch, not exactly with his hands though as the ball gets stuck between his arm and his chest. But they all count. Dowrich has to depart. England 3 away now, considering Keemo's injury.
  • 40.4Flatter one outside off, Chase looks to defend but gets an outside edge that runs towards cover-point for a single.
  • 40.3Driven hard through extra-cover for a single.
  • 40.2Defended by Shane getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 40.1FOUR! Thumped away back over the bowler's head. A flighted one on middle and similar to the last over, Dowrich lifts the ball over the bowler's head and towards straight long on for a boundary.
  • 39.6RC trusts the bounce on that one and lets the ball go outside off. 104/5
  • 39.5Chase shoulders arms once more.
  • 39.4Left alone outside off once more.
  • 39.3Way outside off on a length and coming in, but RC does not want anything to do with it.
  • 39.2Fuller one outside off, driven through cover by Roston for a couple of runs.
  • 39.1Short and wide outside off, Chase shoulders arms to that one.
  • James Anderson is back on now.
  • 38.6Driven through mid off by the batsman. 102/5
  • 38.5FOUR! Stand and deliver stuff from Shane Dowrich. A flighted ball on off and Dowrich hits it back over the bowler's head for a boundary. 100 comes up for the hosts.
  • 38.4Short ball outside off, punched away to the left of deep point by Dowrich. 2 runs taken.
  • 38.3Flighted ball on middle, pushed back to mid on by SD.
  • 38.2Fuller one outside off, driven hard through cover for a single.
  • 38.1Flatter one outside off, defended off the back foot down to the bowler.
  • 37.6Dowrich goes for the pull this time. Mistimes it but is able to pick up a couple of runs through mid-wicket. 95/5
  • 37.5Shorter one outside off, Dowrich jumps and defends the ball.
  • 37.4Bouncer on middle, Roston fends it away uncomfortably to short fine leg for a single.
  • 37.3Short of a length once more on middle, Chase rides the bounce and defends it towards short leg.
  • 37.2On the pads, flicked away to deep backward square leg for a single by Shane.
  • 37.1Short of a length outside off, defended from the crease.
  • 36.6Flatter on middle, Roston initially wants to sweep but then decides against it and defends with a straight bat. 91/5
  • 36.5Flatter one on middle, Chase comes ahead and defends this one onto the ground.
  • 36.4Another front foot defense to this ball bowled outside off.
  • 36.3RC comes ahead to this ball on middle and dead-bats it.
  • 36.2Flatter again on middle, slight drift on it. Pushed back to mid on by Chase.
  • 36.1Flatter one outside off, defended back to the bowler on the front foot.
  • 35.6Outside edge! Around off, Dowrich gets a soft outside edge towards backward point. 91/5
  • 35.6No ball! Second bouncer of the over. Aimed at the body of Shane who did well to see that out.
  • 35.5Fuller ball on off, pushed to the point region.
  • 35.4Another classic from Ben. There is something for him. Bowls this around off and beats the outside edge of Dowrich.
  • 35.3Better from Stokes. Good length ball around off, it comes back into Dowrich. The keeper feels for it and misses.
  • 35.2Around off, pushed to cover-point for one.
  • 35.1Back of a length on the body of Dowrich. He hops and tucks it away to the on side for a single.
  • 34.6Flatter one middle, flat-bats this one does Chase. 88/5
  • 34.5Fuller one outside off, driven to the left of mid off for a single by Shane.
  • 34.4Flatter one on middle, defended by Dowrich coming ahead.
  • 34.3On the pads and worked off them to mid-wicket along the ground this time.
  • 34.2DROPPED! It is Buttler again but this time it was not a sitter. In fact, it was a brilliant effort to even reach that ball. A flatter one on middle and Shane flicks it away aerially towards mid-wicket. Jos was way away from the ball but jumps athletically putting his right arm in the air. The ball hits his hand but he cannot hold on. Great effort! Shane Dowrich can breathe easy.
  • 34.1Short outside off, cut away in the gap through point for a couple by Dowrich.
  • 33.6Back of a length, RC is on his toes as he defends this one back down to the bowler. 85/5
  • 33.5Length ball on the hips, worked away to deep backward square leg for a couple by Roston.
  • 33.4This time it is full and on the leg stump, flicked away straight to the fielder at mid-wicket.
  • 33.3Fuller length ball on off, driven on the front foot towards the cover fielder.
  • 33.2Way outside off, Chase initially thinks of playing but then lets it go.
  • 33.1Short outside off, defended off the back foot by Chase.
  • 33.1Wide! Bouncer, too steep and high down leg. The umpire signals wide and also gives the 'one for the over' warning to Stokes.
  • 33.1No ball! Overstepping by Stokes. A big one that too. Short of a length outside off, Dowrich angles it wide of point for a single.
  • Ben Stokes is now into the attack.
  • 32.6On the pads, turned away to the leg side. 80/5
  • 32.5FOUR! Goes after this one and clears the in-field. Given air on middle, Chase lofts this over mid-wicket and gets a boundary for it.
  • 32.4Around off, Chase punches this to the off side.
  • 32.3On middle and leg, Chase plays this towards mid on.
  • 32.2Tossed up around off, pushed to covers.
  • 32.1Loopy ball on middle, bunted down by Chase.
  • 31.6Another one kept out from the crease by Shane. 76/5
  • 31.5Length ball outside off, defended on the back foot.
  • DRINKS! With that wicket, the players take the Drinks break. Hetmyer and Chase were going along well and now some lazy running has cost them a wicket. Just 5 more wickets for the visitors to wrap this up. And if Paul doesn't come to bat, then four. Meanwhile, Shane Dowrich replaces Hetmyer in the middle.
  • 31.4OUT! And yes, as we expected. Shimron is well short of the crease. An attempted yorker from Wood goes as a full toss outside off, Chase guides it to deep point where there is a gap and runs. 2 runs are completed and the Windies batsmen run for a non-existent third. Denly runs to the ball and throws it on the half-volley to Bairstow. The keeper makes no mistake as he removes the stumps. The umpire takes it upstairs and we see that the southpaw was well short. Suicidal. The first and second run were so casually run and there was no need for the second. But as they say, the mind does not know what the best decisions in such times are and this certainly wasn't one. England are 5 wickets away now. (4 if Paul does not turn up).
  • Run-out appeal taken upstairs... Bairstow takes off the stumps at the keeper's end as the throw comes in. Unnecessary from the Windies. Don't know what the hurry was from them. Hetmyer isn't waiting for the signal even as it is taken upstairs. Looked like he was out to the naked eye.
  • 31.3Length ball on top of off stump, defended staying nice and tall above the ball.
  • 31.3Wide! An attempted bouncer gone too high! Short of a length on off and well above the head of the batsman. Wided by the umpire.
  • 31.2Short of a length and delivered from wide of a crease, coming into Chase. Roston stands tall and defends on the back foot.
  • 31.1On the hips and shorter this time, glanced away by the lefty for a single down to fine leg.
  • 30.6Flighted one on middle, Hetmyer defends and pushes it away in the gap on the off side for a run as he keeps strike. 72/4
  • 30.5Flatter one outside off, driven to deep cover for a single.
  • 30.4Almost like the previous ball and similarly pushed back to the bowler by Roston.
  • 30.3Quicker and fuller on middle, pushed back to the bowler on the front foot.
  • 30.2The arm ball! It has bounced and beaten a defending Chase on the outside. That is a good take from Bairstow behind the wickets as well.
  • 30.1Flatter on middle, pushed away off the back foot to deep mid-wicket for a single by Hetmyer.
  • 29.6Hetmyer defends it from within the crease. 69/4
  • 29.5The batsman has flicked the ball off his pads. One run added to the total.
  • 29.4Bangs it short now and it goes under the ducking Chase.
  • 29.3Jeez! That has kept even lower. How did that do through? Outside off, the ball goes under the bat of Chase.
  • 29.2Outside off, left alone.
  • 29.1Keeps low. Well done by Chase. In the second Test, he was undone by a ball that kept low from Broad. Not this time, gets his bat down in time.
  • 28.6Outside off, Chase punches it to covers. 67/4
  • 28.5Around off, Chase drives it to covers and collects a couple.
  • 28.4The ball was around off, the batsman shows the full face of the bat and defends it.
  • 28.3On leg, Chase drives it to mid-wicket.
  • 28.2On middle, the batsman defends it to mid-wicket.
  • 28.1On off, Chase defends it on the off side.
  • 27.6The batsman flicks it away with a wristy shot. The batsmen have picked up a couple of runs. 64/4
  • 27.5Down the leg side again, no problem for Hetmyer.
  • 27.5WIDE! Down the leg side, Hetmyer tries to pull it but fails.
  • 27.4Strays on the pads again, Hetmyer gets this through square leg and comes back for the second.
  • 27.3Down the leg side, Hetmyer still goes after it.
  • 27.2Right in the block hole. Full and 141kph, Hetmyer does well to get bat to it.
  • 27.1Not the best of starts for Wood. Comes in from round the wicket and bangs it in short down the leg side. No trouble for any one.
  • Mark Wood to have a burst now.
  • 26.6The batsmen defends it off his back foot. 59/4
  • 26.5Full and on middle, Chase tucks it through mid-wicket and gets a brace.
  • 26.4On the pads, flicked away to mid-wicket.
  • 26.3On middle, defends back to the bowler.
  • 26.2Flighted around off, Hetmyer drives it to covers and gets to non-striker's end.
  • 26.1Full and on middle, Chase flicks it to mid-wicket and picks up a single.
  • 25.6Angles this down leg, Chase gets it off his pads towards fine leg for a single. 55/4
  • 25.5Another one wide outside off, no trouble for Chase.
  • 25.4This is wider outside off, easy leave for Roston.
  • 25.3Beauty from Broad! Good length on off, forces Chase to play at it. Chase doesn't get behind it and almost gets an outside edge to it.
  • 25.2This one is on a good length around off, Chase gets behind it and taps it out.
  • 25.1Chase picked that bouncer early and let it through to the keeper.
  • 24.6Short and around off, the ball takes an inside edge as Hetmyer was looking to cut it. It goes towards the leg side as it misses the stumps. 54/4
  • 24.5Full and outside off, Hetmyer drives it to mid off. The fielder dives to his right to stop it.
  • 24.4Around off, Hetmyer looks to defend that one off his front foot. The ball though takes an inside edge and hits him on the pad. An appeal but the umpire is not interested.
  • 24.3Outside off, Chase drives it to cover and takes a single off it.
  • 24.2Around off, drives it to point and gets a single.
  • 24.1On off, driven back to the bowler.
  • 23.6Around off, Chase blocks it towards mid on. 52/4
  • 23.5On a good length, outside off. Chase drops his hands to this and the ball goes away from his bat.
  • 23.4Fuller ball on the stumps, Chase turns his bat to the on side for nothing.
  • 23.3On off, Chase blocks it well.
  • 23.2Down leg again, control pull through square leg for a single.
  • 23.1Bangs it in short down the leg side. Shimron goes for the hook but connects with thin air.
  • 22.6Driven to mid off as the batsmen change strike. 51/4
  • 22.5On middle, Roston punches it to mid on and gets to non-striker's end. 50 is up for the hosts.
  • 22.4On middle, Chase defends it onto the ground.
  • 22.3Hetmyer has driven that one towards mid off. The batsmen rotate their strike.
  • 22.2On middle, defended off his front foot.
  • 22.1Tossed up on off pole, Hetmyer looks to heave that one but the ball takes an inside edge and gets rapped up on the pad.
  • Moeen Ali is into the attack now.
  • 21.6Full and around off, Chase creams it through covers and gets two for it. 48/4
  • 21.5Down the leg side, Chase goes after it but cannot put bat to ball.
  • 21.4Back of a length ball over the stumps, Chase hops and keeps it out.
  • 21.3Plays this with soft hands towards the on side and gets off strike.
  • 21.2Hetmyer playing the way he likes. Sees one outside off and goes after it. Doesn't get to the pitch of the ball and fails to put any bat on it.
  • 21.1On middle and leg, Hetmyer gets behind it and on-drives it towards mid on.
  • 20.6Short and around off, the batsman stands tall and defends that one. 45/4
  • 20.5FOUR! Beautiful shot from Chase. It was around off and at fuller length, Chase drives it past covers and gets the boundary.
  • 20.4On middle, the batsman manages to keep it out.
  • 20.3Short and on middle, Roston defends it by showing the full face of the bat.
  • 20.2Around off, the batsman guides it to covers.
  • 20.1On middle, Chase defends it to the leg side.
  • 19.6Swing and a miss! Outside off, Hetmyer goes after it but doesn't get bat to it. The cordon goes up but not Broad. 41/4
  • 19.5On the pads, worked away towards square leg.
  • 19.4On middle and leg, Hetmyer gets behind it and on-drives it towards mid on.
  • 19.3Around off, Hetmyer opens the bat face and guides it towards point.
  • 19.2On a good length on middle, Hetmyer gets it off his inner half towards square leg and gets off strike.
  • 19.1Comes in from over the wicket and lands this outside off, Chase points his bat skywards and let's it go.
  • Stuart Broad to bowl from the other end.
  • 18.6FOUR! Goes hard and gets a boundary. Slightly overpitched on middle, Hetmyer makes room and lofts this over the bowler's head for a boundary. 40/4
  • 18.5This one is wide outside off, too far to make Shimron play.
  • 18.4On the stumps, played towards mid on.
  • 18.3Drags his length back a bit. Hetmyer looks to block it with a straight bat but it goes past him.
  • 18.2Strays down the leg side, Chase works it away towards fine leg for a single.
  • 18.1Right on the money. Full and on middle, Chase blocks it out solidly.
  • We are back for the post-Lunch session. The England players walk out and will look to wrap this game as soon as possible. For the home side, Shimron Hetmyer and Roston Chase will look to bat for as long as possible and tease the opposition. Will we see a third session today? James Anderson will have the first burst.
  • ... Day 4, Session 2 ...
  • At the start of the Day, England played just 5.2 overs, scored some quick runs and set Windies a target of 485. The hosts will be disappointed with their batting. All of their wickets have fallen to loose shots. They have lost their top order and are starring down the barrel. The way they have batted, this could possibly even be the last session of the match. Let's wait and watch, join us back in a short while for the second session of play...
  • What a dream start for the England bowlers. They couldn't have asked for anything more. Anderson started it off along with Broad. The former picked up three wickets and rocked the hosts back. Broad was unlucky to not get a wicket but bowled tight lines. Wood then came on and removed Hope after he along with Chase bunted down a few balls.
  • 17.6Well played and that will be LUNCH! Full in line of the stumps. Hetmyer stonewalls it. 35/4
  • 17.5Bouncer at 139kph. Hetmyer gets under the ball in time. Lovely from Wood.
  • 17.4Full again on middle, Hetmyer defends it.
  • 17.3Excellent running. Fuller ball on the stumps, Hetmyer tucks it towards mid on and sets off for the run.
  • 17.2This one is a bit fuller than the previous ball outside off. Chase hits it back towards the bowler.
  • 17.1Comes running in and balls in on a back of a length ball on the leg stump. Chase jumps and bunts it down.
  • 16.6Fuller and on the off stump. Hetmyer plays it with a straight bat back to the bowler. 34/4
  • 16.5Fuller ball on the pads, Chase flicks it in front of square for an easy single.
  • 16.4Wide down the leg side, no trouble at all for the batsman.
  • 16.3Good length on off, Chase taps it to the off side.
  • 16.2Gets behind this ball and sees it out.
  • 16.1Fullish on the off pole, Chase blocks it out.
  • 15.6On the stumps, Hetmyer blocks it towards mid on. 33/4
  • 15.5Bowls this on the pads, Hetmyer flicks it back of square for a brace. Good shot to get off the mark.
  • The new man in is Shimron Hetmyer.
  • 15.4OUT! And there goes another. Trouble rising here for Windies. But in defence Hope would say it was a really good delivery. The ball was on off and shapes into the batsman. Shai looks to defend it on his toes but the ball does not bounce as much as he expected. Then it lobs to cover-point off his bat's lower part as the bottom hand also comes off the bat. Broad there walks back a few steps and catches it over his head. A good catch from the lad. Hope heads back to the pavillion after an uncharacteristic knock. England well in control of the game.
  • 15.3The batsman has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
  • 15.2FOUR! Fullish and on off, Hope looks to drive it but the ball goes over the point fielder off the bat's outside edge. Streaky but Hope will take it.
  • 15.1Outside off, Hope looks to defend but misses.
  • A false start... Wood seems to have landed a bit gingerly and pulls out just before delivering the ball. Feels his knee but looks to be okay to continue as he walks back to the bowling mark...
  • 14.6Around off, Chase from inside his crease pushes it to the off side. 27/3
  • 14.5Good length ball on the stumps, Chase blocks it out.
  • 14.4Good length ball outside off, left alone by Roston.
  • 14.3Around off, on a back of a length. Chase taps it in front of him.
  • 14.2FOUR! Just wide. Bouncer outside off, Chase plays at it and gets it just wide of third slip. Once it passes him it was always a boundary.
  • 14.1Fuller ball just outside off. Chase keeps it out.
  • 13.6Short and on middle, Hope ducks. 23/3
  • 13.5FOUR! Magnificent shot! Fullish on off, Hope gets to the bounce and drives it sharply through covers. A boundary results.
  • 13.4On the 5th stump line. Shai looks to defend but the misses.
  • 13.4Wide. Bouncer on middle, Hope ducks to save his head. It has been wided by the umpire.
  • 13.3Outside off, the batsman shoulders arms to it.
  • 13.2Short and on middle, Hope wanted to defend that one but misses and gets rapped up on the thigh pad.
  • 13.1Around off, Hope looks to defend but the ball goes to point off the bat's outside edge. They take a brace.
  • 12.6The ball is way outside the off stump, easy leave for Roston. 16/3
  • 12.5Good length ball around off, Chase blocks another one out.
  • 12.4Fuller on off, Chase gets behind it and defends it.
  • 12.3Back of a length on the body. Chase gets on his toes and bunts it down.
  • 12.2Full on off, driven towards mid off.
  • 12.1Bouncer on body, Chase defends it..
  • 11.6A length ball on the hips, worked away uppishly towards square leg for a couple of runs. There were a few oohs and aahs as the ball was in the air for a bit. 16/3
  • 11.5Left alone this time outside off.
  • 11.4That bouncer has played on Hope's mind. This one is a full length away-swinging ball outside off and Shai goes chasing just to be beaten in the end. Lucky not to get an outside edge there.
  • 11.3Snorter! A bouncer on middle and Hope was not expecting it. Sways out of the way very awkwardly and just in time to avoid a nasty hit. Proper fast bowling.
  • 11.2Outside off, Shai plays inside the line of the ball.
  • 11.1A length ball on middle and off, comes in slightly. Hope is on his toes but the ball hits the toe of the bat as it stays a tad low.
  • Mark Wood, the hero of the first innings is now on.
  • 10.6The batsman has played that off the front foot and into the ground. 14/3
  • 10.5On stump line, the Roston looks to defend but the ball goes to mid on from the bat's inside edge. .
  • 10.4Fullish on off, Chase drives it to covers.
  • 10.3Outside off, the batsman decides to leave it.
  • 10.2On off, Chase looks to defend but the ball bounces to off side off a outside edge.
  • 10.1Fullish on middle, Chase punches it to mid-wicket.
  • Ben Stokes is now on for a bowl.
  • 9.6Good length ball on middle, defended from the crease by Hope as one hand comes off the bat. 14/3
  • 9.5Starts well outside off and comes in a long way, but the batsman covers the line and lets the ball go.
  • 9.4Short of a length outside off, Roston defends off the back foot towards the off side for a run.
  • 9.3Well outside off and shaping away, left alone.
  • The ground staff are seen circling around the boundary. They are expecting a few showers it looks like...
  • 9.2Length ball on middle, Chase comes ahead and pushes it to mid on.
  • 9.1Length ball outside off, pushed towards cover-point for a single.
  • 8.6Around off, Hope looks to defend but the ball takes an inside edge and runs down to fine leg as they pick a single. 12/3
  • 8.5Outside off, the batsman looks to drive but misses.
  • 8.4The batsman has punched that ball through the covers.
  • 8.3On good length and off, the ball moves in at the batsman. Hope shoulder arms to it.
  • 8.2Around off, the batsman defends it towards the covers.
  • 8.1Fullish on middle, Hope defends it onto the ground.
  • 7.6The batsman leaves it as it was bowled wide on off. 11/3
  • 7.5Outside off, the batsman leaves it alone.
  • 7.4On good length and off, Chase looks to defend it as the ball scoots in and brushes off his thigh pad and makes it back to the keeper. An appeal but turned down by the umpire.
  • 7.3Fullish on off pole, Chase drives it to covers.
  • 7.2Around off, the ball moves in. The batsman shoulder arms to it.
  • 7.1On a good length into the pads of Chase. He looks to tuck it away but it misses his flick.
  • 6.6Outside off, the batsman leaves it alone. 11/3
  • 6.5On middle, Hope looks to defend but the ball takes an inside edge and goes to leg side.
  • 6.4Around off, Chase guides it to point and collects a single.
  • 6.3Outside off, the batsman shoulders his arms to it.
  • 6.2Fullish on middle, Chase defends it to covers.
  • Roston Chase is in at number 5.
  • 6.1OUT! GONE! Windies are three down! This time the catch is held at the slip cordon. Good length ball angled away from Bravo. He goes for the drive but gets an outside edge which flies to Root and first slip. He takes it at a good height and makes no mistake. Bravo goes without troubling the scorers. Third wicket for Anderson.
  • 5.6Around off, Hope defends this from within his crease. Both bravo and Hope are still to get off the mark. 10/2
  • 5.5This one keeps low. On middle, Hope stonewalls it.
  • 5.4Beauty! Inswinger from outside off. It moves in the air and comes back into Hope who gets behind the ball and bunts it.
  • 5.3Strays down leg, Hope covers his stumps and leaves it alone.
  • 5.2On a good length outside off again, Hope shoulders his arms to it.
  • 5.1Full outside off, the ball is too wide on the off side for the batsman to make any contact.
  • 4.6Play and miss. Gold from Anderson. Makes Bravo play and it goes past his outside edge. 10/2
  • 4.5Angles this one wide away from Bravo. He goes for the drive but fails to put bat.
  • 4.4On the stumps, Bravo blocks it with a straight bat.
  • 4.3Another PEACH! Closer to the off pole. Moves away a bit, Bravo hangs his bat out and gets beaten again.
  • 4.2This one is outside off, Bravo leaves it alone.
  • 4.1Beauty! On a good length around off, Bravo feels for it but gets beaten.
  • 3.6Outside leg, Hope looks to flick but misses as the ball is way down the leg side. 10/2
  • 3.5The batsman fails to put bat on ball.
  • 3.4Outside off, the batsman fails to connect his drive. Hope is lucky here.
  • 3.3Dropped! That would have been no.3 for the England. It was fullish and on off, Hope looks to drive but the ball takes an inside edge and goes to third slip. Buttler there drops it.
  • 3.2Around off, Hope looks to defend but the ball flies off very wide off him.
  • 3.1Outside off, the batsman shoulder arms to it.
  • 2.6The batsman was beaten and missed the line of the delivery outside off this time. 10/2
  • 2.5Short ball outside off, Bravo drops his hand low down as the ball goes off his shoulder to the keeper. There is a miffed appeal but nothing serious.
  • 2.4Beaten on the inside! A length ball on middle and coming inward, Bravo brings his bat down to defend with the straight line but the movement makes the ball cut him in half. It just goes above the off stump as well. Darren living a charmed life.
  • 2.3NOT OUT! The umpire will have to stick with his original decision and England have lost a review. The Ball Tracker shows us that the ball would be going above the stumps. A length ball on middle and swings in beating the lefty. The batsman looks to flick but misses and gets hit on knee roll of the pad while on his toes. The fielders appeal but there is no movement from the umpire. England go upstairs but the replays show us that the ball would have missed the stumps. England lose a review and Bravo survives.
  • Now then! England have taken an LBW review. Looks like height is an issue. The umpire was quick to say no. Root thinks other ways.
  • Darren Bravo is the new man in.
  • 2.2OUT! Anderson is making the ball talk here. A length ball outside off and it swings away. Brathwaite defends the ball from the crease and the ball flies off his outside edge towards second slip. Stokes fumbles a bit but takes the catch in the end. Windies have lost one of their main hopes for this innings. England up and running.
  • 2.1Outside off on a length and Kraigg defends from the crease.
  • 1.6On off, Shai looks to defend but misses. 10/1
  • 1.5The batsman shows the full face of the bat and defends the ball off the back foot.
  • 1.4Around off, the batsman fails to put bat on ball.
  • 1.3On middle, Hope looks to defend but misses and the ball bounces off his pad. A fielder on mid-wicket catches it. England appeals but umpire is unmoved.
  • 1.2Full toss on the pads, Brathwaite works it to square leg and take three runs off it.
  • 1.1Fullish on middle, Brathwaite pushes it to mid-wicket.
  • 0.6On the body of Hope, he tucks it away but his bottom hand comes off. It goes towards fine leg where they collect a brace. Leg bye given by the umpire. 7/1
  • Stuart Broad to bowl from the other end.
  • 0.5Errs down leg again. Hope this time looks to flick it away but it goes off his thigh pad and into the mitts of Bairstow. England appeal but nothing from the umpire.
  • 0.4On a good length down the leg side. Hope covers his stumps and leaves it alone.
  • Shai Hope is in at no. 3.
  • 0.3OUT! That is an exceptional, exceptional catch from Moeen Ali. Campbell has gone first ball. That is not what you need when you are trying to save a game. A good length ball outside off and shaping away slightly, John looks to drive without foot movement. The ball goes off the outside edge and flies to the right of Ali at gully. He sticks his hand up and to his amazement, the ball sticks. That is a one-handed stunner. England have broken through in the very first over. Anderson is pumped and so are all his mates.
  • 0.2Brathwaite works this one down the leg side. The batsmen have run through for a single.
  • 0.1FOUR! On boy! That would have been a wicket off the very first ball. Anderson comes running in from over the wicket and bowls it on a good length outside off. Brathwaite cuts it but the ball goes through the slip cordon and runs away to the third man boundary.

क्रिकेट स्कोर्स और भी

Stumps

2nd unofficial Test: India A 14/0Priyank Panchal on strike