England vs West Indies Live Score, 1st Test Day 5: Jermaine Blackwood fifty keeps Windies in the hunt in Southampton | Cricket News


LIVE SCORECARD
OVERS 40.4: FOUR! Blackwood waits till the end and plays this wonderfully towards square lg for a boundary. WEST INDIES 128/4, need 72 more to win.
OVERS 40.1: FIFTY! Jermaine Blackwood brings up his 11th Test half-century.
OVERS 39.5: FOUR! Wonderful shot from Dowrich. He leans forward and sends Archer for a boundary. WEST INDIES 120/4, need 80 more runs to win.
OVERS 39.3: REVIEW! Short from Archer. Caught at first slip? Archer is celebrating. Dowrich immediately asks for a review. He looks confident. The replay shows it came off his elbow. It’s NOT OUT.
OVERS 38.1: REVIEW! Dom Bess makes a loud LBW appeal against Shane Dowrich. Umpire says NO. Bess speaking with stokes and the England skipper asks for a review. It’s NOT OUT.
OVERS 36.5: FOUR! Flighted delivery from Bess. Blackwood leans forward and plays a superb drive through covers for a boundary. WEST INDIES 108/4, need 92 more to win.
Shane Dowrich comes to the crease.
OVERS 35.4: WICKET! Jofra Archer ends Roston Chase’s stay at 37. A 73-run stand comes to an end. BIG WICKET for England. Jofra exults in celebration. Perfect bouncer from Jofra. The ball kisses his gloves, shoulder and then pops up high in the air. Jos Buttler runs and takes an easy catch. Brilliant bowling from Jofra.
100 comes up for West Indies. They need exactly 100 more runs to win
Jermaine Blackwood 39*, Roston Chase 37*
OVERS 33.4: Chase guides Archers towards deep mid wicket. He will get a couple. Good running between the wickets by both the batsmen. WEST INDIES 98/3, need 102 more to win.
It’s DRINKS TIME at the Ageas Bowl.
OVERS 31.4: FOUR! Third man is in. Short from Archer. Blackwood plays an upper cut and the ball races towards third man for a boundary. WEST INDIES 95/3, need 105 more runs to win.
OVERS 30.2: FOUR! DROPPED! Stokes to Blackwood. Burns drops Blackwood at gully and the ball races for a boundary. England have missed two chances. WEST INDIES 90/3, need 110 runs to win.

OVERS 29.6: RUN OUT CHANCE! Chase plays this towards cover point and shouts for a single. Blackwood says NO. Both the players are almost at the same end. Crawley fails to grab the ball on time. Stokes isn’t happy with this.
50-run partnership comes uo between Jermaine Blackwood and Roston Chase

OVERS 27.1: FOUR! Blackwood tucks this beautifully towards square leg boundary. Archer looked surprised. WEST INDIES 78/3, need 122 to win.
Jermaine Blackwood is being assisted by a physio. It seems something is troubling in his eyes. He okay now and ready to resume batting.
OVERS 22.3: FOUR! Lovely shot! Flighted from Bess. Chase picks the length and tonks the ball towards long on region for a boundary. WEST INDIES 64/3, need 136 more to win.
STAT ATTACK:

OVERS 19.4: FOUR! Classy from Blackwood. He leans forward and plays a superb drive off Mark Wood through covers. WEST INDIES 49/3, need 151 more runs to win.
OVERS 18.6: Blackwood cuts this hard and the ball races towards third man. Stokes, who is at the first slip, anticipated early and moves to his right and the ball travelled to the left of him. Blackwood will get three runs.
Jermaine Blackwood and Roston Chase are at the crease. Stokes’ men are making their way to the middle. Mark Wood has the red cherry. Here we go..!!!
The big news is that JOHN CAMPBELL will come to bat if needed. West Indies still need 165 runs with 7 wickets in hand. Can they do it?
Welcome back! It’s time for second session of the day.

INJURY UPDATE on JOHN CAMPBELL:

That’s LUNCH at the Ageas Bowl. WEST INDIES 31/3, need 169 more runs to win.
Blackwood 1*, Chase 12*
Archer 2/13
Wood 1/4
England pace bowlers Jofra Archer and Mark Wood claimed three early wickets on the final day as the West Indies made a shaky start chasing 200 to win the first Test. The visitors struggled to 35 for 3 at lunch with Roston Chase (12) and Jermaine Blackwood (one) at the crease after opener John Campbell retired hurt due to a toe injury. Barbados-born Archer dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite for four in the sixth over with a moving ball that the opener edged onto the stumps, before he trapped Shamarh Brooks lbw. Wood bowled Shai Hope for nine to leave the West Indies in trouble at 27-3.
Earlier, England were bowled out for 313 in their second innings. Gabriel finished with figures of 5-75 — his sixth five-wicket haul in Tests — while Roston Chase and Alzarri Joseph picked up two wickets apiece.

OVERS 14.3: REVIEW! A loud lbw appeal from Dom Bess against Roston Chase. Umpire says NOT OUT. Stokes has asked for a review. It’s NOT OUT. WEST INDIES 31/3, need 169 more to win.
Jermain Blackwood comes to the crease now.
OVERS 11.4: WICKET! Mark Wood dismisses Shai Hope for 9 runs. England bowlers have dented Windies’ chase of 200. Good length from Wood. Hope gets a thin edge and the ball rattles the stumps. WEST INDIES 27/3, need 173 to win.

OVERS 8.5: FOUR! Brilliant shot by Hope once again. He leans forward and sends Anderson through covers. What a shot from him. WEST INDIES 20/2, need 180 more runs to win.
OVERS 8.3: FOUR! Wonderful shot from Shai Hope. He finds the gap and sends Anderson towards deep extra cover for a boundary.
OVERS 7.4: Archer to chase. 5 WIDES
Roston Chase is the new man at the crease.
OVERS 7.3: WICKET! Jofra Archer strikes again, Shamarh Brooks departs for a duck. That’s plumb in front. A huge lbw appeal from Archer against Brooks. Umpire didn’t take much time and raises his finger. Brooks is not going for a review. He know he is OUT. WEST INDIES 7/2

Shamarh Brooks comes to the crease
OVERS 5.4: WICKET! Jofra Archer draws first blood, castles Kraigg Brathwaite for 4 runs. Back of a length delivery from Archer. Brathwaite defends it but gets an inside edge and the ball does the rest. WEST INDIES 7/1, need 193 more to win.
OVERS 3.6: Campbell is leaving the field. A broken toe, suspected. He had hurt his toe off a lethal Archer’s yorker. Doctor is assisting him. Campbell is retired hurt.
Shannon Gabriel’s ‘high five’

OVERS 3.2: Brathwaite plays this beautifully towards backward square leg. He takes a couple and runs for third one as well. WEST INDIES 6/0, need 194 more to win.
OVERS 3.1: Campbell tucks the ball behind square for a quick single.
Kraigg Brathwaite and John Campbell are at the crease. Windies are ready for the chase. Here we go..!!
England team are making their way to the middle. James Anderson will open the attack for the Three Lions.
ENGLAND are all out for 313. West Indies need 200 runs to win the first Test.
England were bowled out for 313 in their second innings at the Ageas Bowl on Sunday, setting the West Indies a victory target of 200 runs in the first Test. Hosts England resumed their innings at 284-8 — a lead of 170 — with tail-enders Jofra Archer and Mark Wood at the crease but the overnight pair failed to offer much resistance. Wood was the first to be dismissed, edging paceman Shannon Gabriel to wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich as England were reduced to 303-9. Archer, who had taken England past the 300-run mark with a cracking cover drive off skipper Jason Holder, became Gabriel’s fifth victim of the innings as he edged a short-pitched ball to the keeper when on 23. Gabriel finished with figures of 5-75 — his sixth five-wicket haul in Tests — while Roston Chase and Alzarri Joseph picked up two wickets apiece.

OVERS 111.2: WICKET! Gabriel dismisses Archer for 23. A loud caught behind appeal from Gabriel against Archer. Umpire has give OUT. Archer has asked for a review. The ball kisses the glove on its way to the wicket-keeper Dowrich. It’s OUT. FIVE -WICKET HAUL FOR GABRIEL. ENGLAND ALL OUT FOR 313. WINDIES NEED 200 RUNS TO WIN THE MATCH.
OVERS 111.1: FOUR! Stand and deliver. Archer is on the charge. He smashes Gabriel towards long on. ENGLAND 313/9, lead by 199 runs.
OVERS 109.6: FOUR! Down the leg from Gabriel. Anderson tickles it towards fine leg for a boundary. ENGLAND 307/9, lead by 193 runs.
Holder has set a special field for Anderson. Two slips, leg slip and a forward short leg.
James Anderson comes to the crease. Windies are 1 wicket away from batting.
OVERS 109.3: WICKET! Shannon Gabriel removes Mark Wood for 2. Wood has thrown his wicket away. Wood leaves the crease and tries to play a cut shot but gets a thick edge. Dowrich takes an easy catch behind the wickets. ENGLAND 303/9, lead by 189 runs.
OVERS 108.2: FOUR! What a shot from Archer. It seems he was ready for the hammering. He stands tall and slaps the ball past extra cover region for a magnificent boundary. Holder isn’t happy with this. ENGLAND 302/8, lead by 188 runs.
OVERS 107.1: Gabriel to Wood. 4 runs. BYES. Runs are flowing for England. ENGLAND 297/8, lead by 183 runs.
OVERS 106.3: FOUR! Joseph to Archer. The England batsman cuts the ball towards third man for a boundary. ENGLAND 293/8, lead by 179 runs.
OVERS 105.3: Too wide from Gabriel. Archer makes room and smashes the ball. Brilliant fielding at point. Only one run for Archer. ENGLAND 289/8, lead by 175 runs.
OVERS 104.1: Joseph to Wood. Wood plays this towards backward square leg for a single.
Alzarri Joseph will start the proceedings on Day 5. Wood is on the strike. Here we go…!!!
An exciting Day 5 is on the cards. Jason Holder and his men are making their way to the middle. Jofra archer and Mark Wood are at the crease. England have a lot of hope from Wood and archer today. Can they put on a decent partnership and help England put on a solid lead against the West Indies today?
Big day ahead. West Indies will aim to restrict England’s lead under 200. Mark Wood and Archer will try to provide England late flourish.

Highlights from Day 4:

Hello and welcome to TimesofIndia.com’s live coverage of Day 5 of the first Test between England and West Indies being played at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.
We are headed into an exciting final day of the contest with the match beautifully poised between the two teams.
After Zak Crawley (76) and Dom Sibley’s (50) notable resistance on the penultimate day, it was a late burst from the Windies seamers that has put the visitors a bit ahead in the competition.
With Shannon Gabriel (3/62) leading the attack in the second innings, others too struck in unison for the West Indies as they pegged back England in the final session to put the hosts at 284/8 at stumps with a lead of 170 runs.
Windies will now eye to wrap up the England tailenders quickly and set themselves a chasable target on the final day of the match.





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