Joe Root helped himself to an unbeaten century in St Lucia as England piled up a 448-run lead on day three of the third Test against the West Indies.
England extended their lead to 330 on day three of the third Test against the West Indies, with Joe Denly contributing a maiden half-century.
England stretched their lead to 231 on day three of the third Test against the West Indies, but not before further failures for openers Rory Burns and Keaton Jennings.
England’s revamped top order buckled as they reached 114 for four on the first afternoon of the third Test against the West Indies.
Keaton Jennings’ recall ended in disappointment as the England opener fell cheaply on the first morning of England’s final Test against the West Indies.
England head into their third Test against the West Indies with the series already gone after heavy defeats in Barbados and Antigua.
Joe Denly will become the latest batsman to try and solve England’s opening conundrum after Keaton Jennings was dropped for the second time in his Test career.
England have dropped out-of-form opener Keaton Jennings for the second Test against the West Indies with the uncapped Joe Denly taking his place.
Opener Rory Burns is prepared to face down another bout of rough stuff from the West Indies pacemen as England look to put their Caribbean tour back on track in Antigua this week.
England will ponder changes “in a number of positions” following their first Test thrashing in Barbados, with head coach Trevor Bayliss admitting opener Keaton Jennings is increasingly vulnerable.
England were routed by Kemar Roach on day two in Barbados, blown away for 77 as the West Indies grabbed control of the first Test.
Keaton Jennings fell cheaply on the second morning of the first Test after England dismissed the West Indies for 289 in Barbados.
Captain Joe Root was quick to find form on day one of England’s first warm-up in the West Indies but a lower-order collapse offered a warning against complacency in Barbados.
Jos Buttler accepts England’s leading stars face a balancing act to keep themselves in peak condition throughout what could be a golden year for the sport.
Ben Stokes has said he will support England team-mate Keaton Jennings’ charity bid by donating 50 per cent of the final figure raised.