England were dismissed for 204 thanks to West Indies’ captain Jason Holder’s superb 6-42 on day two of the first Test at an empty Southampton. Holder, who at one stage took 3-1 in 14 deliveries, was backed up by 4-62 from the pacy Shannon Gabriel. Captain Ben Stokes was dropped twice in his 43, wicketkeeper Jos Buttler briefly impressed for 35, and it needed a last-wicket stand of 30 between Dom Bess, who made 31 not out, and James Anderson to carry England past 200. England was then not at their best with the ball, with West Indies moving to 57-1. Today is the third day of the match.
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