Tuesday 19 September, 2017

England bowl out for 194; West Indies trail by 71

West Indies pacer Kemar Roach.

West Indies pacer Kemar Roach.

The third and deciding Test between West Indies and England at Lord's is interestingly poised after the Caribbean side bowled out the hosts for 194 during the second session of play on Friday's second day.

This means that the West Indies, who were bowled out for 123 in their first innings on Thursday's opening day, are trailing England by 71 runs.

Fast bowler Kemar Roach ended with a five-wicket haul as England, resuming the day on 46 for four, could only add another 149 runs on a day affected by rain.

Roach had figures of five for 72 from 24 overs, while captain Jason Holder supported well with four for 54 from 13.5 overs.

Ben Stokes topscored for England with 60.