England and West Indies are now involved at the final Test of the series in the Old Trafford. The hosts are searching the favorites of how things have panned out so much at the end of their next moment. The Caribbeans are reeling at 10/2 at the pursuit of 399 using just two whole days of drama left. But once the day began, things were not so bad for its people with Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich fighting it from the center at the first innings.
The latter mainly looked sharp with his shots. But small did he know that his day will get worst. It had been Dowrich’s 37 that aided the West Indies reaches near 200 in the first innings. But come to the next innings on the area, his time behind the stumps became torrid.
From the 8th over of their innings, Shannon Gabriel bowled a bouncer into England opener, Rory Burns, that the latter ducked. It had been around Shane Dowrich to collect the ball and was hoping to undo cup. However, the ball struck his gloves deflected on his mouth. His upper lip was bleeding after being hit and shortly needed medical care.
Regrettably, the West Indies wicket-keeper could not last after copping the blow with Shai Hope first, after which Joshua Da Silva carrying the gloves since the substitute.
Shane Dowrich expected to bat in the second innings.
A couple of hours after taking a blow, he had been spotted sitting idle in the dressing area and will be expecting to bond the West Indies from difficulty with the bat in the next article.
Meanwhile, so far as the game scenario is worried. Shai Hope and Kraigg Brathwaite are now in the center and have a challenging job facing them. There’s a prediction of rainfall over the fourth day free of drama anticipated. And the people will need to bat out their hearts to rescue (or win) the game and keep the Wisden Trophy.
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