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Incisive bowling key says Radford

LONDON – Toby Radford said West Indies have little room for error, when the first Test against England resumes on Saturday.

The West Indies assistant coach said West Indies needed to make early inroads into the English batting on the third day at Lord’s, after Andrew Strauss stroked his 20th Test hundred, an undefeated 121, to lead his side to 259 for three when bad light ended the second day two deliveries into the second new ball.

WI under pressure after Strauss hundred

LONDON, England – West Indies snatched two wickets in the final session to stymie England’s momentum, but were still facing a tall order after Andrew Strauss’ 20th Test hundred put the hosts in control of the first Test on Friday here.

Barath reflects on first day battle

LONDON – Adrian Barath said West Indies batsmen had shown great determination in their battle against England’s “pumped-up” bowlers in challenging conditions in the first Test on Thursday.

Shiv holds WI together

LONDON – A typically resolute, unbeaten 87 from Shivnarine Chanderpaul propped up West Indies’ batting in the first Test against England on Thursday.

The veteran left-hander again gave cogent proof to his status as the World No.1 Test batsman, anchoring the Windies to 243 for nine in their first innings at the close on the opening day at Lord’s.

Sammy aims for clear signs of progress

LONDON – Darren Sammy said West Indies will be looking to give cogent proof that they have made progress in the last two years, when they face World No.1 England

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