WI Vs Eng: All four pacers take a wicket each, West Indies in trouble

West Indies was playing good but the England pacers have started to dominate the game as all the pacers has taken a wicket to restrict West Indies for 127/4 before a tea break.


After West Indies bowled out England for 311 runs on day 2. West Indies has started with the bat in their hands. The batters were playing well until Campbell was dismissed by an English pacer named Craig Overton. West Indies while chasing 311 runs, lost their first wicket for 83 runs. This wicket of Campbell was a good sign for England as then they started to dominate the game by taking wickets at regular intervals. West Indies’ opener Campbell was dismissed by Overton on 35 runs as he was set and this wicket was a bit of disappointment for him after getting such a good start.

West Indies lost their second wicket on 101/2 when Kraigg Brathwaite who was playing on 55 runs dismissed by Mark Wood. It was the second wicket taken by England’s second pacer. Before Tea break on day 2, West Indies were 127/4. It was a break that came at the right time for the host as they were losing wickets regularly after that first wicket of Campbell.

Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes were the other two pacers who got the other two batsmen out named Sharmarh Brooks and Jermaine Blackwood on day 2 before the third session starts. Now, Jason Holder and Nkrumah Bonner are on the crease and will be looking to stay there until the end of the day’s gameplay. One of the batsmen will have to play a good inning just like Bairstow did for England in the first innings to give a tough competition to the English side.