The partnership between Burns and Sibley is now 63 runs. West Indies are desperately looking for a wicket.It’s time for DRINKS at the Ageas Bowl.OVERS 21.3:Sibley sends Holder for a boundary towards deep square boundary.ENGLAND 57/0, trail by 57 runs.
50-run partnership comes up between Burns and Sibley.OVERS 19.2: FOUR!Loose and too wide from Holder. Burns smashes the ball behind square.
Rory Burns cuts the ball towards deep backward point. He takes 3 runs.
ENGLAND 47/0, trail by 67 runs
West Indies bring spin into the attack. Holder give the ball to Roston Chase. Can he get the breakthrough?
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OVERS 16.4: FOUR!A soft push from Burns towards mid on. Roach isn’t happy with this. Runs are flowing for the Three Lions.ENGLAND 40/0, trail by 74 runs.
OVERS 15.4: FOUR!
A juicy half volley from Gabriel. Sibley flicks the ball nicely towards deep square leg.
ENGLAND 34/0, trail by 80 runs.
OVERS 15.2: FOUR!
Brilliant shot from Burns. The left-hander drives Gabriel beautifully towards sweeper cover for a boundary.
ENGLAND 30/0, trail by 84 runs.
CaptainJason Holderis having a word with Shannon Gabriel. Game plan?OVERS 12.5:Burns shuffles across the fine leg region. He takes one run and runs for a second one too. Brilliant running between the wickets by Burns and Sibley.ENGLAND 22/0, trail by 92 runs.
Sibley plays this beautifully towards square leg. He will get 2 runs.
Who will take the first breakthrough on Day 4?Shannon GabrielJason HolderKemar RoachOthers?
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England openers Dom Sibley and Rory Burns are at the crease. Kemar Roach to start the proceedings on Day 4.Here we go…
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England pacer James Anderson on Southampton’s wicket:
James Anderson feels the wicket in Southampton will