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England vs West Indies Live Score, 3rd Test, Day 1: Burns, Stable Root England after Initial Hit | Cricket News


Over 21: Five runs come from Gabriel’s return. England 47/1
Good News for the Antilles: Shannon Gabriel returns to attack
More than 19.5: Burns uses his feet to go down the field and plays a complete ball through the middle of the field and gets a triple. England 42/1
More than: 17.5: It turns out to be a good ending for England. Burns opens the bat’s face and plays it well from the back point and gets double. England 37/1
More than 17.3: The root sweeps a full and straight delivery to the fine leg and gets a triple. England 35/1
More than 17.2: The root goes back and cuts back to collect double. England 32/1
More than 16.3: Root drives halfway to collect double. England 1/29
More than 15.3: Thick outer edge that slips and Rory Burns gets a double. England 1/27
More than 15: The root works hard against Holder as the West Indies patron throws another maiden. England 1/25
Over 14: Cornwall loses two races on its first lap of the series. England 1/25
Rahkeem Cornwall, right arm rest, enters the attack
More than 12.2: LBW Half-Appeal by Holder. Root seems to play towards the side of the leg and is stuck in the pads. But the ball was going down the leg and was also bouncing off the top
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More than 11.2: The first limit of the game from the bat comes on the 12th. It was a surpassed delivery by Roach and Burns, bent over his knee, pushing him through the sheets. England 1/21
More than 10.6: A delivery released by Holder and Root gets hit again, a lucky escape for the England captain. Score 17/1
More than 10.3: Behind a long delivery from Holder that forced Root to play and they beat him up completely. I was near the outer nick
More than 10: Roach concedes just two singles in the finale. England 1/16
More than 9: Holder’s second successive maiden, he has yet to grant a career. England 14/1
Gabriel leaves the field halfway. Does not deliver the ball after reaching its delivery step. He holds his calf. Roach got remaining bowl four installments to finish the
More than 7: Holder begins with a maiden. Burns and Root are having difficulty negotiating with West Indies players. England 1/11
Bowling: Captain Jason Holder enters the attack
More than 6: Welcome runs to England as they have 4 goodbye. Gabriel opened it by the side of the leg and goalkeeper Shane Dowrich could not reach the ball. England 1/11
More than 5: Kemar Roach takes his first maiden out of the match. England 7/1
More than 3.5: Gabriel’s big draw for LBW but the referee says NO, England captain Joe Root survives. The West Indies go for a review and it shows that the impact was off the cap line. The Windies waste their review early in the game. England6/1
Above 1.6: Burns picks up a double through the extra coverage while Gabriel gives away just two runs in his first envelope
Shannon Gabriel Shares The New Ball
Above 0.6: OUTSIDE! Roach attacks in the first to hit England early. The West Indies pacemaker catches Dom Sibley in front of the duck. Hit on the pads, Sibley plays everywhere and the ball was going to hit the wickets, replays also confirm the same. England 1/1 in 1 envelope
0.1 on: Burns leave the mark in the first installment of the match with a single
* * Rory Burns and Dom Sibley are in the fold to open England tickets
* * Kemar Roach to open proceedings for the West Indies
SHAKE: West Indies captain Jason Holder wins the giveaway, opts to participate in series deciding at Old Trafford on Friday

The West Indies make a change by bringing Rahkeem Cornwall in place of Alzarri Joseph
Equipment: 1 Kraigg Brathwaite, 2 John Campbell, 3 Shai Hope, 4 Shamarh Brooks, 5 Roston Chase, 6 Jermaine Blackwood, 7 Shane Dowrich (week), 8 Jason Holder, 9 Rahkeem Cornwall, 10 Kemar Roach, 11 Shannon Gabriel
Two changes for England as Zak Crawley and Sam Curran give way to Jofra Archer and James Anderson
Equipment: Rory Burns, 2 Dom Sibley, 3 Joe Root (c), 4 Ben Stokes, 5 Ollie Pope, 6 Jos Buttler (wk), 7 Chris Woakes, 8 Dom Bess, 9 Jofra Archer, 10 Stuart Broad, 11 James Anderson
Welcome once again to Timesofindia.com coverage of the West Indies “biosecurity” tour of England, which today will enter the final stage of its red ball leg with the third and decisive Test in Manchester.
England won the second round at the same location, Old Trafford, after a dramatic collapse by the Windies to level the series 1-1-.
The lead-up to the Final Test that began today was marred by online racial abuse faced by pacemaker Jofra Archer, who was fired for the second Test for breaking the biosecurity bubble. But things returned to their place in time for Archer and host England, who will have the services of the express bowler available to the deciding player.

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