LIVE Score, England vs West Indies, 1st Test at Southampton, Day 3: Dowrich & Chase Help West Indies Take Lead – News18

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LIVE Score, England vs West Indies, 1st Test at Southampton, Day 3: Dowrich & Chase Help West Indies Take Lead – News18


England vs West Indies Live Score, Live cricket score and latest update of 1st Test at News18.com. Finally tea has been called after an extended session, dominated by Dowrich and Chase. A partership of 49 took West Indies to a lead of 31 and the score of 235/5. Join us for more action in 20 minutes from now.

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Updated: July 10, 2020, 8:45 PM IST

England vs West Indies (TEST)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 20:28 (IST)

    TEA: Finally tea has been called after an extended session, dominated by Dowrich and Chase. A partenrship of 49 took West Indies to a lead of 31 and the score of 235/5. Join us for more action in 20 minutes from now. 

  • 19:38 (IST)

    Dowrich and Chase have ensured that they take Windies beyond England’s total. Their lead is of 1 run. The score is 205/5 and Windies are in driver’s seat now. 

  • 19:16 (IST)

    FOUR: Dowrich has decided to take on Bess here. He creams him for two fours in the same over and take Windies in touching distance of England’s score. It’s 196/5 and trail by 8 runs. 

  • 19:07 (IST)

    OUT: Bess has his second wicket here. Blackwood plays one straight into the hands of Anderson and England are right back in the match. Windies are 186/5 and still trail by18 runs. 

  • 18:44 (IST)

    OUT: And here is the wicket that England were looking for. Brooks, who was playing so well, has nicked one from Anderson and is caught behind for 39. Windies are 173/4. England certainly back in the game now. 

  • 18:26 (IST)

    FOUR: England just don’t seem to be getting it right. Five good balls by Anderson and the last ball is driven by Brooks for a four. This has been the story of this innings, England haven’t put enough pressure on the opposition. The score moves to 167/3. 

  • 17:34 (IST)

    Expensive over from Wood to end the morning session. Eight runs to Chase who finds the fence twice in that over. WI are 159/3 after 47 overs and trail by 45 runs. Fantastic session for West Indies here. See you in half an hour with the post lunch session. 

  • 17:10 (IST)

    OUT! So Stokes eventually has the last laugh against Brathwaite – lbw as he looks to flick again but Stokes hits the pads and it’s given out. Brathwaite goes for 65 and WI are 140/3 after an eventful 42nd over. 

  • 17:08 (IST)

    Four! Short and straight at the body from Stokes and Brathwaite has pulled him away through to fine leg. James Anderson dives but cannot prevent a third boundary.

  • 17:07 (IST)

    Four! Stokes has put in a silver platter wide outside off after that and Brathwaite gets down on one knee and sends it racing across the carpet for another boundary. 

  • 17:06 (IST)

    Four! Stokes pitches it short and with not too much pace which allows Brathwaite to get around and flick it away for a boundary. England’s captain is not very impressed with himself. 

  • 16:54 (IST)

    Four and Four! Brooks opens the face of the bat and drives Bess twice through the covers with sublime timing and beats the men on the boundary on both occassions. That though will encourage Bess to give the ball some more air and invite the shots.  

    20:28 (IST)

    TEA: Finally tea has been called after an extended session, dominated by Dowrich and Chase. A partenrship of 49 took West Indies to a lead of 31 and the score of 235/5. Join us for more action in 20 minutes from now. 

    19:38 (IST)

    Dowrich and Chase have ensured that they take Windies beyond England’s total. Their lead is of 1 run. The score is 205/5 and Windies are in driver’s seat now. 

    19:16 (IST)

    FOUR: Dowrich has decided to take on Bess here. He creams him for two fours in the same over and take Windies in touching distance of England’s score. It’s 196/5 and trail by 8 runs. 

    19:07 (IST)

    OUT: Bess has his second wicket here. Blackwood plays one straight into the hands of Anderson and England are right back in the match. Windies are 186/5 and still trail by18 runs. 

    18:44 (IST)

    OUT: And here is the wicket that England were looking for. Brooks, who was playing so well, has nicked one from Anderson and is caught behind for 39. Windies are 173/4. England certainly back in the game now. 

    18:26 (IST)

    FOUR: England just don’t seem to be getting it right. Five good balls by Anderson and the last ball is driven by Brooks for a four. This has been the story of this innings, England haven’t put enough pressure on the opposition. The score moves to 167/3. 

    17:34 (IST)

    Expensive over from Wood to end the morning session. Eight runs to Chase who finds the fence twice in that over. WI are 159/3 after 47 overs and trail by 45 runs. Fantastic session for West Indies here. See you in half an hour with the post lunch session. 

    17:10 (IST)

    OUT! So Stokes eventually has the last laugh against Brathwaite – lbw as he looks to flick again but Stokes hits the pads and it’s given out. Brathwaite goes for 65 and WI are 140/3 after an eventful 42nd over. 

    17:08 (IST)

    Four! Short and straight at the body from Stokes and Brathwaite has pulled him away through to fine leg. James Anderson dives but cannot prevent a third boundary.

    17:07 (IST)

    Four! Stokes has put in a silver platter wide outside off after that and Brathwaite gets down on one knee and sends it racing across the carpet for another boundary. 

    17:06 (IST)

    Four! Stokes pitches it short and with not too much pace which allows Brathwaite to get around and flick it away for a boundary. England’s captain is not very impressed with himself. 

    16:54 (IST)

    Four and Four! Brooks opens the face of the bat and drives Bess twice through the covers with sublime timing and beats the men on the boundary on both occassions. That though will encourage Bess to give the ball some more air and invite the shots.  





















20:28 (IST)

TEA: Finally tea has been called after an extended session, dominated by Dowrich and Chase. A partenrship of 49 took West Indies to a lead of 31 and the score of 235/5. Join us for more action in 20 minutes from now. 
















20:16 (IST)

We are into the last over before tea. It has been a balanced session, but overall West Indies have their noses ahead. Dowrich ends the over with a drive through point. The score moves to 232/5 and the lead is 28.
















20:06 (IST)

England are now just bowling out overs to get to the new ball now, which is five overs away. That might not be the right ploy though as this partnership is growing between Dorwich and Chase. The score moves to 227/5.
















19:58 (IST)

The shoulders have dropped and the fielders aren’t putting much effort in the field — best way to describe England’s plight at the moment. The lead is increasing at a decent pace for Windies. It is 21 runs now as the score moves to 225/5.
















19:50 (IST)

Mark Wood comes into the attack now. Maybe he can pick up a much-needed wicket for his side, since all the other pacers have looked ineffective. The way forward for England would be to give bulk of the bowling to Bess. Windies are 212/5.
















19:44 (IST)

Dowrich and Chase look settled in the middle for now. They are getting boundaries at regular intervals and dealing in ones and twos as well. They should look to get a lead of at least 150 now. West Indies are 210/5.
















19:38 (IST)

Dowrich and Chase have ensured that they take Windies beyond England’s total. Their lead is of 1 run. The score is 205/5 and Windies are in driver’s seat now. 
















19:29 (IST)

Just two runs away from England’s first innings score now. Windies are in a commanding position, but they would rue losing two extra wickets here. The score moves to 202/5. 
















19:16 (IST)

FOUR: Dowrich has decided to take on Bess here. He creams him for two fours in the same over and take Windies in touching distance of England’s score. It’s 196/5 and trail by 8 runs. 
















19:07 (IST)

OUT: Bess has his second wicket here. Blackwood plays one straight into the hands of Anderson and England are right back in the match. Windies are 186/5 and still trail by18 runs. 
















19:00 (IST)

Bess had an expensive over here. Despite building the pressure, the runs are coming at a fast rate for Windies. The score has now moved to 185/4 and trail by just 19 runs. Windies are clearly in the driver’s seat.
















18:53 (IST)

Now the English bowlers have started to build some pressure on the batsmen and that’s showing. West Indies batsmen are looking shaky too. They shouldn’t lose a wicket here or England will be right back in the match. It’s 189/4.
















18:44 (IST)

OUT: And here is the wicket that England were looking for. Brooks, who was playing so well, has nicked one from Anderson and is caught behind for 39. Windies are 173/4. England certainly back in the game now. 
















18:39 (IST)

Back-to-back maidens here from England. The pressure is building, but the Windies are in no hurry too. The key for the visitors will be to not lose a wicket in this session, and then look to reach 320 by the end of the day. 
















18:32 (IST)

The sun is out and West Indies batsmen are looking very comfortable out in the middle. They trail by only 33 runs as the score now moves to 171/3. England desperately need wickets over here.
















18:26 (IST)

FOUR: England just don’t seem to be getting it right. Five good balls by Anderson and the last ball is driven by Brooks for a four. This has been the story of this innings, England haven’t put enough pressure on the opposition. The score moves to 167/3. 
















18:20 (IST)

Bess comes on from the other end. It’s a fairly good over by the off-spinner. Windies are playing it safe at the momet and the batsman look wary for any sort of in-swing. The score moves to 163/3 and trial by 41.
















18:14 (IST)

On to the second session now. And Anderson it will be who will start the proceedings. Windies would be hoping to wipe off deficit without losing any further wickets. It’s 159/3.
















17:34 (IST)

Expensive over from Wood to end the morning session. Eight runs to Chase who finds the fence twice in that over. WI are 159/3 after 47 overs and trail by 45 runs. Fantastic session for West Indies here. See you in half an hour with the post lunch session. 
















17:28 (IST)

Wood overpitches of the final ball of the over and Chase has driven him away beautifully for a four to complete a six run over. WI are 149/3 after 45 overs with Mike Atherton and Nasser Hussain sharing a few laughs over the former dropping the latter in the series against West Indies when Brian Lara broke Gary Sobers’ record and scored 375. 
















17:20 (IST)

Maiden over by Stokes as Brooks and Chase look to keep things risk free here in the final 15 minutes of the morning session. WI are 143/3 after 44 overs and trail by 61 runs. 
















17:16 (IST)

Fast paced over as one would expect from Mark Wood once again and Brooks has eased through to 25 off 29 deliveries, rather fast in the context of the game. He’s got Roston Chase for company and the score is 143/3 after 43 overs.
















17:10 (IST)

OUT! So Stokes eventually has the last laugh against Brathwaite – lbw as he looks to flick again but Stokes hits the pads and it’s given out. Brathwaite goes for 65 and WI are 140/3 after an eventful 42nd over. 
















17:08 (IST)

Four! Short and straight at the body from Stokes and Brathwaite has pulled him away through to fine leg. James Anderson dives but cannot prevent a third boundary.
















17:07 (IST)

Four! Stokes has put in a silver platter wide outside off after that and Brathwaite gets down on one knee and sends it racing across the carpet for another boundary. 
















17:06 (IST)

Four! Stokes pitches it short and with not too much pace which allows Brathwaite to get around and flick it away for a boundary. England’s captain is not very impressed with himself. 
















17:04 (IST)

Good fast over from Mark Wood here with a about half an hour to go for lunch. Brathwaite and Brooks pick him off for five runs of that over and take the score to 128/2 after 41 overs. 
















16:59 (IST)

England’s captain Ben Stokes brings himself into the attack now, and he’s started with a maiden over. WI are 123/2 and trail England by 81 runs. The hosts have used five bowlers so far and Mark Wood is coming back into the attack. Stokes is looking for another wicket before lunch. 
















16:54 (IST)

Four and Four! Brooks opens the face of the bat and drives Bess twice through the covers with sublime timing and beats the men on the boundary on both occassions. That though will encourage Bess to give the ball some more air and invite the shots.  
















16:52 (IST)

Brooks making good use of the pace of Archer as he tickles him away for a boundary to fine leg. Two more singles in the over, one each for him and Brathwaite takes WI to 114/2. They’ve had a good morning session on Day 3 so far and will not want to throw it away. 

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LIVE Score, England vs West Indies, 1st Test at Southampton, Day 3: West Indies Lead by 31 at Tea

England vs West Indies, latest updates: TEA: Finally tea has been called after an extended session, dominated by Dowrich and Chase. A partership of 49 took West Indies to a lead of 31 and the score of 235/5. Join us for more action in 20 minutes from now.

Day 2 Recap:

After a rain-curtailed day one of the first Test between England and West Indies at Southampton, fans were in for a treat on Thursday as finally cricket of substantial proportions was played between the two sides. The visitors clearly dominated the days proceedings as they ended day two with 57/1, just 147 runs behind England 204.

The day began with England at 35/1. One would have expected the hosts to put a good show with the bat in familiar conditions, but to total surprise were blown away by the Windies pace attack.

To start things off, Joe Denly was the first casualty of the morning after Shannon Gabriel hit the timber, after only 13 runs were added to the overnight score. Soon after to depart was Rory Burns (30), who misread a yorker from Gabriel, and was trapped in front of the wickets.

What happened after that was a masterclass from Windies skipper Jason Holder. He swung the ball late, with vicious bounce to record his career-best figures of 6/42. He just didn’t give an inch to any batsman he bowled to.

When Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler, during their stand of 70 runs, were trying to repair the English innings, Holder stood between them and removed them both in quick succession of each other. Both were caught behind by Dorwich.

With this Holder completed his seventh fifer in Tests, and stamped his authority as best all-rounder in the Test arena. To wrap up the innings, Gabriel removed the last man — James Anderson for 10, not before he strung a crucial partnership with Dominic Bess, of 30 runs.

Throughout the innings, England struggled to get partnerships going, but that wasn’t the case when the Windies came out to bat, in rather tricky conditions.

John Campbell attacked the bowler right from the word go and smashed 28 from 36 balls. That might look like a low score, but a quick innings is what the visitors needed to get going.

He added 43 runs for the first wicket along with Kraigg Brathwaite.

Soon after the first wicket fell, the match was stopped due to bad light.

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