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West Indies v England 1st Test 2022

West Indies v England 1st Test 2022

West Indies v England, 1st Test, Antigua, Tuesday 8th – Saturday 12th March 2022.

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West Indies v England 1st Test, Antigua

Tuesday 8th – Saturday 12th March 2022

England won the toss and elected to bat

Antigua Scorecard

Sir Vivian Richards Stadium

Match Drawn

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  1. Alex Lees
  2. Zak Crawley
  3. Joe Root (Captain)
  4. Dan Lawrence
  5. Ben Stokes
  6. Jonny Bairstow
  7. Ben Foakes (Wk)
  8. Chris Woakes
  9. Craig Overton
  10. Mark Wood
  11. Jack Leach
  1. Kraigg Brathwaite (Captain)
  2. John Campbell
  3. Shamarh Brooks
  4. Nkrumah Bonner
  5. Jermaine Blackwood
  6. Jason Holder
  7. Joshua Da Silva (Wk)
  8. Kemar Roach
  9. Alzarri Joseph
  10. Veerasammy Permaul
  11. Jayden Seales
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** 1st Test Antigua Reports **

Reset or regret for England as West Indies look to extend home hegemony

Root calls on new-look England to seize chance

Woakes keen for another crack but England without Robinson for first Test

WI wishes condolences to family & friends of Rod Marsh and Shane Warne

Cricket mourns loss of Australia legend


Tuesday 8th March 2022

Gutsy Jonny Bairstow century puts England back in the game

Holder rues missed chances as West Indies target new ball


Wednesday 9th March 2022

Bonner, Holder stand firm in West Indies rebuild

Full proves foolish as Woakes feels the new-ball strain


Thursday 10th March 2022

Bonner’s masterclass in patience gives West Indies first-innings lead

After ten-year wait, Nkrumah Bonner scripts a nine-hour epic

Mark Wood’s elbow injury casts spotlight on England bowling stocks


Friday 11th March 2022

Crawley century, Root fifty drive England into final day

Crawley makes his mark to begin his repayment of the faith


Saturday 12th March 2022

Bonner, Holder dig for draw as Windies resist bold declaration

Mark Wood elbow injury rules him out of action in Antigua

Jack Leach the major positive as England find lessons in Antiguan adversity