In the first Test being played between the West Indies and England, Kemar Roach ended the overwhelming 77 runs in England's first innings in a row. After this, the West Indies scored 127 runs for six wickets in the second innings until the second day's play was over. The West Indies now has a total of 339 runs. In the second day's game, bowlers dominated, in which 18 wickets fell.

England's team was dismissed in 30.2 overs in response to the 289-run first innings lead of the hosts. Roach took five wickets for 17 runs in 11 overs. Captain Jason Holder and Aljari Joseph got two wickets each. England had left the experienced Stuart Broad in this match and included Sam Quarean in the last eleven which proved to be a wrong decision.

England's score was 30 runs on a wicket till lunch, after which Roach began to wreak havoc. Ben Stokes was dismissed by Roach in the same style, while Moin Ali returned with a catch to Joseph at fine leg.

England lost five wickets in five runs. Although the Holder called England to play the second innings instead of Falow Holders did not want their team to come for banting in the fourth innings.

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