England v West Indies Live Score, 1st Test: Jason Holder took five wickets; England down 8 against West Indies at Southampton | Cricket news

England v West Indies Live Score, 1st Test: Jason Holder took five wickets; England down 8 against West Indies at Southampton | Cricket news

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OVERS 57.4: WICKET! Jason Holder takes his fifth wicket, removing Jofra Archer for the Duck. Once again, a successful review for the Windies captain. Five wickets of the captain of the Windies. This is Holder’s 7th five-wicket haul in Tests. England 157/8

Joffra Archer came to the crease.
OVERS 55.4: WICKET! Jason Holder took his fourth wicket, Jos Buttler was dismissed for 35 runs. The Windies once again returned to style. Both Stokes and Butler are well-settled batsmen. Holder is male. The captain of the Windies is very happy. England are down 7. England 157/7

Dominic Bess is the new man at the crease.
OVERS 53.3: WICKET! Jason Holder dismissed Ben Stokes for 43. Big shock to the winds. This is Holder’s third wicket and he knows he has got a big fish. The 67-run stand comes to an end. Stokes tries to shuffle and jerk across but gets an edge. Dowrich does an easy pluck behind three sticks. Holder walks out in celebration. England 154/6.
OVERS 51.4: Four! Holder to Butler. The England batsman gets an outside edge and the ball goes to the third man field for a boundary. England 151/5
OVERS 50.5: Four! Great use of legs from Stokes. The England captain sent Roach towards deep extra cover this time. At this time the partnership between Butler and Stokes is very important. England 147/5
Over 49.4: Four! Another poor delivery from Gabriel. Butler gets a boundary with a beautiful cover drive. Gabriel is scoring after lunch. Eng 141/5
50-run partnership between Ben Stokes and Jose Butler
Over 49.2: Four! What a shot from Butler. Bat’s absolute flourish. He takes the stride and leads Gabriel to deep extra cover for a boundary. England 137/5
OVERS 48.5: Butler flicks it towards the backward square leg. He will get a couple. Eng 130/5
Over 46.5: Left! Outside delivery from Roach. Stokes hit it firmly. Shamer Brooks drops a dolly over extra cover. Second Life for Captain Stokes. Lucky Stokes!

OVERS 46.4: Four! What a shot of Stokes. Stokes bent forward and sent Roach towards the deep mid-wicket area for a boundary. Eng 123/5
Migrant 45.2: Four! Back of a length and outside delivery from Gabriel. Butler sends the ball through cover. England 119/5
Over 43.6: Four! Is much wider than Gabriel. Butler punishes him on the slip cordon for a boundary. England 115/5
Over 43.3: Four! Powerful shot of Stokes. He goes to the backfoot and slaps the ball towards the sweeper cover for a boundary. Poor delivery from Gabriel. Eng 110/5
West Indies players are making their way into the middle order. Stokes and Butler are ready. Shannon Gabriel begins the proceedings after lunch.
UPDATE: Good news, folks. Play to start at 1.55 pm (6.25 pm IST).
UPDATE: Rain has stopped in Southampton Covers are closing
Update: Bad news! Light drizzle is occurring in Southampton. Are on the cover.
Welcome back, guys.
That is LUNCH in the Ageas Bowl.
The West Indies took advantage of full and straight bowling in difficult conditions for the batsmen, as England lost four wickets for 106 runs on Day 2 in Southampton’s Aegis Bowl. England captain Ben Stokes’ decision to bat first was speculated as the top order struggled to cope with the pace and seam movement of Shannon Gabriel (3-38) and Jason Holder (2-24). Stokes was unbeaten on 21 off 62 balls and Jose Butler was 9 not out.
England 106/5 on Day 2
Ben Stokes 21 *, Jose Butler 9 *
Jason Holder 2/24; Shannon Gabriel 3/38
Over 42.1: Four! Great shot by Butler. He plays Joseph beautifully towards the deep extra cover. England 104/5
OVERS 40.6: Four! Ben Stokes guides Alzarri Joseph towards deep mid-wicket for a boundary. England 97/5
OVERS 40.2: DROPPED! Younger than Alzari Joseph. Ben Stokes goes for the bridge but gets a top edge. There is a catch call. Roach runs, dives, catches the ball but eventually spins it. England 91/5
Jose Butler came to the crease
OVERS 37.4: WICKET! Jason Holder took his second wicket, dismissing Ollie Pope for 12. Great delivery by West Indies captain. The pope finds the outside edge. Wicketkeeper Dowrich takes easy catches behind the stumps. Holder’s second wicket. Great bowling of the Windies today. England 87/5

OVERS 36.4: Four! He is a special Stokes. Perfect Balanced Shot. Full length delivery from Aljari Joseph. Stokes played this ground out beautifully. England 85/4
Over 36: four! Wow! Shot of the day. Pope at his best. He leans forward and directs the holder towards the deeper cover. Back-to-back limits for Pope. England 81/4
OVERS 35.5: Four! Amazing shot from Pope. Excellent head position. He bounces the ball towards deep mid-wicket.
Ollie Pope joins Ben Stokes in the middle.
OVERS 33.1: WICKET! A vigorous LBW appeal from the holder against the crawler. The umpire says no. The holder makes a ‘T’. No bat The ball hit the leg stump. The umpire changed his decision. its outside. Captain Holder’s first wicket. England are 4 below. Crowley departs for 10.. England 71/4

OVERS 32.3: Four! What a shot of Stokes. Roach and Stokes’ half volley punched the field beautifully. England 71/3
Overseas 31.6: Four! Holder to crawl. The England batsman gets a thick ball on the outside and the ball goes backwards for a boundary. England 67/3
OVERS 30.2: Crowley extended it towards the cover point. Stokes says ‘run’. Crowley takes a quick single. Great run between the wickets.
It’s drink time!
Over 30! England 62/3. Crawley 5 *, Stokes 5 *
OVERS 28.3: APPEAL! Another vigorous LBW appeal from Kemar Roach against Ben Stokes. The umpire says no. Roach looks at Holder but he is not convinced. Outside influence.
OVERS 27.5: Four! Stokes got the first captain as England’s captain with an excellent boundary towards the backward leg. He gets applause from the dressing room. Big moment for Stokes. England 60/3
26.5 overs: four! Crowley is off the mark with a classy border towards the deep extra cover.
England captain Ben Stokes came to the crease.

OVERS 25.4: WICKET! Shannon Gabriel takes his third wicket, Rory Burns departs for 30. A vigorous LBW appeal from Gabriel and Captain Holder. The umpire says no. Gabriel has a short chat with his captain. The holder immediately asks for a review. He is absolutely plum. The ball goes off the bat and hits the stumps. The umpire must reverse his decision. It is out. The winds take over. Gabriel’s third wicket. Great bowling from him today. England 51/3 .

Zuck Crowley is the new man at the crease.
OVERS 23.2: WICKET! Shannon Gabriel added Joe Denly to the palace for 18 runs. The West Indies fast bowler knocked him out. What a delivery. A good length delivery from Gabriel, Denny fails to judge the pace, the ball goes through the gap and does the rest. Bad footwork from Denali. Gabriel’s second wicket. England 48/2

OVERS 23.1: Four! Daniel sends Gabriel towards deep mid-wicket for a boundary.
OVERS 21.3: From Gabriel at stump. Burns plays it from the leg side. He will get a couple. Good run between wickets by Burns and Denali. England 43/1
Words of encouragement from former West Indies player Sarvan:

OVERS 19.4: First No problem Of the match. Gabriel has overstep.
Over 19.1: Four! Gabriel to Burns. The England batsman gets a thick ball on the outside and the ball runs towards the deep backward point for a boundary. England 40/1
18.6: Runs for 1000 burns. Rory Burns takes a single from Jason Holder and reaches 1000 runs in Test cricket.

18 years: Joseph completed his over by throwing two dot balls. England 35/1
here is my.. Alzari Joseph started Day 2 for the West Indies
Welcome back! Like you, we here at Timesofindia.com also hope that the gods of rain in Southampton are more compassionate today and that fans across the world get to see a full day of play on the second day of the first Test match between England and the West Indies. A nearly four-month long break forced by the COVID-19 epidemic.
After all anticipation, day one of the three Test matches turned out to be a moist team. If any fan had been allowed, they would have remained in the pavilion for more than 90 minutes because of poor lighting, despite the Egg Bowl being a flood light.
Bad weather allowed just 17.4 overs and the host team closed out a disappointing day of 35/1. England won the toss and opted to bat but soon lost Domaine Sibley for a zero when she missed a Shannon Gabriel delivery that cut back to clip her stumps.
The match is being played in a “bio-safe environment” with daily health checks for everyone in the field.


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