Windies edge forward


SOUTHAMPTON, July 10

West Indies opened up a 31-run lead over England, with 5 first innings wickets in hand, as they reached 235/5 at tea on the third day of the primary Test right now.

A 49-run partnership between Roston Chase (27) and Shane Dowrich (30) noticed West Indies previous England’s complete after they’d misplaced two wickets following lunch. Opener Kraigg Brathwaite’s 65 laid the foundations for West Indies. England had been bowled out for 204 yesterday.

The Test is the primary worldwide cricket match after a 117-day absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

England bowlers utilizing ‘again sweat’ to shine ball

Not allowed to make use of saliva on the ball, England bowlers have resorted to making use of again sweat to shine the ball.

“Back sweat has been the major thing at the moment with saliva going out the window,” England pacer Mark Wood stated. “Only your own, although we’re mingling the back sweat a little on the ball, I’ve got some of Jimmy (Anderson’s) and Jofra (Archer’s).” — Agencies

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