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England Vs West Indies LIVE SCORE (test)

England Vs West Indies At Old Trafford, Manchester, 16 July, 2020

16 July, 2020
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

469/9 (162.0 ov)

129/3 (19.0 ov)

2nd Test

287/10 (99.0 ov)

198/10 (70.1 ov)

England beat West Indies by 113 runs

England West Indies
469/9 (162.0 ov) - R/R 2.89 287/10 (99.0 ov) - R/R 2.89
129/3 (19.0 ov) - R/R 6.78 198/10 (70.1 ov) - R/R 2.82

Match Ended

England beat West Indies by 113 runs

This Over
0(W)
Batting Status R B 4s 6s
Shannon Gabriel not out 0 12 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Dom Bess 15.1 3 59 2
Joe Root 1.2 1 0 0
Current Partnership Last Wicket 198/10 (70.1)

6 (6) R/R: 1.44

Kemar Roach 4(13)

Kemar Roach 5(31) S.R (16.12)

c Ollie Pope b Dom Bess

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After a shaky start, England were able to fight back on opening day of the second Test against West Indies, courtesy a strong partnership between Ben Stokes and (59*) and Dominin Sibley (86*). They have put on 126 runs for the fourth wicket after England lost three wickets under 90 runs early in the day. They finished the day at 207/3 in 82 overs that were bowled.

The hosts were once 29/2 when Root joined Sibley. England skipper Root, who missed the first test to attend the birth of his child, stitched a 52-run partnership together with Sibley to stabilise the innings.

File image of England skipper Joe Root and his West Indian counterpart Jason Holder. Reuters

File image of England skipper Joe Root and his West Indian counterpart Jason Holder. Reuters

West Indies paceman Alzarri Joseph returned after the drinks break to remove Root, who edged an outswinging delivery to Holder in the slip cordon.

Sibley was dropped at short-leg just before the tea break to deny Chase a third wicket.

West Indies suffered a setback when seamer Shannon Gabriel, who claimed nine wickets in the first test, left the field to get treatment on a reported a groin issue.

Earlier, West Indies won the toss and Holder chose to bowl first to take advantage of seamer-friendly conditions after rain delayed the start of the match.

England are without Jofra Archer after the fast bowler breached the team’s bio-secure protocols while top order batsman Joe Denly was dropped to make way for Root.

Squads:

EnglandBen StokesDominic BessRory BurnsZak CrawleyJoe Root (captain)Ollie PopeJos ButtlerDom SibleyChris WoakesSam Curran

West IndiesJason Holder (captain), Jermaine BlackwoodKraigg BrathwaiteShamarh BrooksJohn CampbellRoston ChaseShane DowrichShai HopeAlzarri Joseph, Shannon Gabriel and Kemar Roach.

With inputs from Reuters

Updated Date: July 17, 2020 23:59:28 IST

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