Chris Woakes of England celebrates with Stuart Broad after taking the wicket of Shannon Gabriel of West Indies. Photograph: Getty Images

England finished on 37-2 at stumps with a 219-run lead against West Indies on day four of the second test in Manchester on Sunday as the tourists wer(...)

 West Indies’ Shane Dowrich evades a short ball on the fifth day of the first Test against  England at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. Photograph:  Adrian Dennis/AFP via Getty Images

England 204 (J Holder 6-42, S Gabriel 4-62) & 313 (Z Crawley 76, D Sibley 50; S Gabriel 5-75) lost to West Indies 318 (K Brathwaite 65, S Dowrich (...)

West Indies batsman Roston Chase in action during day three of the first Test against England at the Ageas Bowl  in Southampton. Photograph: Dan Mullan/Getty Images for ECB

Day 3 of 5: England 204 (J Holder 6-42, S Gabriel 4-62) & 15-0 trail West Indies 318 (K Brathwaite 65, S Dowrich 61; B Stokes 4-49) by 99 runs Ad(...)

Stuart Broad took three wickets as the West Indies took control of the second Test against England. Photograph: Randy Brooks/AFP/Getty

West Indies 272 - 6 (111.0 overs - KC Braithwaite 49, JD Campbell 47, SD Hope 44, SCJ Broad 3-42, lead England 187 all out (61.0 overs - (M M Ali 60, (...)

England bowler Ben Stokes shows his frustration  as West Indies batsman  Shai Hope picks up some runs during day two of the second Test match  at Headingley  in Leeds. Photograph:  Stu Forster/Getty Images

James Anderson put England on Ashes alert after a poor day in the field against the West Indies, admitting they cannot win the urn unless they play mo(...)

England’s Alastair Cook: missed a shot at becoming England’s sixth Test triple-centurion. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images

Alastair Cook’s chanceless Edgbaston vigil ended at last on 243 but still maintained England’s dominant position on a rain-shortened second day of the(...)

Australian bowler Nathan Lyon celebrates his 100th test wicket on Australian soil. Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters

Australia’s spinners Nathan Lyon and Stephen O’Keefe took key wickets between rain showers to peg the West Indies back to 207 for six at the end of a (...)