Player of the Match
Player of the Match

4.16pm Absolutely incredible scenes. West Indies have been sensational and relentless, England have been weak and outclassed. They have barely won a session across two Tests, and their funky multi-faceted batting order has been revealed to be an utter farce when faced with proper bowling. Jason Holder has been a line-and-length merchant par excellence, while Kemar Roach has once again demonstrated what a wonderful bowler he is once the shine has gone off the new ball.

It's hard to believe how brilliant they have been. And they are about to complete their first series win over a top eight Test nation since 2012, and extent their hugely proud record in the Caribbean to one series loss against England in 51 years!

Over to Alan to administer the last rites.

Holder to Anderson, OUT, slower ball, chipped in the air, Joseph at mid-on ends the innings! Brilliant bluff from Holder, rolled his fingers, Anderson was early on the shot, a fine stretching catch. WEST INDIES NEED 14 TO WIN THE SERIES!

JM Anderson c Joseph b Holder 0 (14m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

42 | 6 Runs | ENG: 132/9

  • Sam Curran13 (15b)
  • James Anderson0 (6b)
  • Kemar Roach13-2-52-4
  • Jason Holder12-2-43-3

Deepak: "Joe Root to declare now? Could be a great psychological ploy; if he pulled it off it'd be legendary" Mike Brearley would have pulled it off

Roach to Curran, no run, banged in short, well bowled. Curran can only duck, and now Holder has six balls at Anderson
Roach to Curran, FOUR runs, slower ball, well picked, boshed through long-off. Roach almost got a finger on that, aiming for the run-out at the non-striker's end
Roach to Curran, 2 runs, smashed out to the leg side, banged in short, and they pick off a couple

Barry Edmond: "This is heartbreaking. 20:20 team thinking they're test match players. It's an insult to test cricket." They've had a hurry-up and no mistake. And yet they won eight out of nine not so long ago. I think they thought they'd reinvented the wheel ... and they've rather been forced into a reverse ferret!

Roach to Curran, no run, fuller length, into the toes, whipped uppishly to the leg side