England vs West Indies Live Score, third Test, Day 3: How lengthy can Windies batsmen survive?

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England vs West Indies Live Cricket Score, third Test, Day 3: Stuart Broad starred with the bat on Day 2 as he smashed a quick-fire fifty for England. Broad slammed a half-century off simply 33 balls to take England to a good whole. Broad additionally made the record for the joint third-fastest Test fifty for England because the hosts ended up making 369 runs of their first innings.It was simply not with the bat that he contributed however Broad additionally picked up 2 wickets to cut back West Indies to 137-6 earlier than the shut of play on Day 2.

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14:30 hrs IST
Andrew Strauss on Ollie Pope

“If you look at his first-class record, he’s averaging 57 and he’s proved that he can do it in Test cricket with that great innings he played in South Africa,” Strauss instructed ‘Sky Sports’.

“Today was more of the same. He’s a guy who can score quickly without you really noticing it. He played some really eye-catching shots as well and he looks equally comfortable against seam and spin, so no obvious weaknesses there. He’s a real find for England, I think,” Strauss added.

14:20 hrs IST
Stats assault

Stuart Broad’s 33-ball fifty in Manchester is the third joint-fastest fifty in Test cricket by an Englishman.simply behind Ian Botham (28 balls vs India, 1981/82; 32 balls vs New Zealand, 1986). His effort is stage with Allan Lamb (33 balls vs New Zealand, 1991/92) and Andrew Flintoff (33 balls vs New Zealand, 2001/02).

14:10 hrs IST
Weather upgrade

The climate forecast predicts heavy rains on Sunday. So far, there is no phrase on rains, however keep tuned, we’ll maintain you posted. Fingers crossed we may have full 90 overs and an enthralling day of Test cricket.

13:50 hrs IST
Broad’s batting inspirating is…

SHANE WARNE! Broad who scored a quickfire fifty yesterday defined that he took inspiration from seeing Shane Warne bat. “They were quite important runs. It was about changing the momentum of the innings. West Indies bowled beautifully this morning and I think if I had gone out there and tried to play regulation I think there was a ball with my name on it,” Broad instructed a information convention. “I tried to up the momentum, hit the bowlers off a length and try and take Kemar (Roach) and Shannon (Gabriel) away from what they’d done so well in the first 40 minutes. Tactically it was the right thing to do and something I’ve worked on with Peter Moores at Nottinghamshire. He brought me the example of Shane Warne who didn’t look particularly pretty at times but hit balls in different areas and was really effective, especially in the 2005 Ashes.” READ MORE

13:40 hrs IST
Roach reaches 200 wickets

First time in 26 years a West Indian bowler reached the 200-wickets mark in Test cricket when quick bowler Kemar Roach achieved the feat on Day 2 of the third Test match at Old Trafford in Manchester.

13:30 hrs IST
Hello and Welcome

Hello and welcome to our dwell weblog on Day Three of the third Test between England and West Indies in Manchester.

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