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The West Indies built a 339-run lead on the second day in Barbados after Kemar Roach took a five-for, which led to England being skittled out for a dismal 77.
Starting off the day on 264/8, the West Indies added 25 runs to their score before Alzarri Joseph was caught by Jos Buttler at third slip off the bowling of James Anderson for a duck.
The West Indies ended up being bowled out for 289 when Shimron Hetmyer was caught behind off the bowling of Ben Stokes for 81, which came off 109 balls and included nine boundaries and two sixes.
Anderson was the pick of the bowlers with five wickets, while Stokes snapped up four and Moeen Ali chipped in with one.
Trailing by 289 runs, England lost Keaton Jennings early on as he was caught by Shai Hope at gully off the bowling of West Indies captain Jason Holder for 17.
Rory Burns, who opened the batting with Jennings, only made two runs before he was clean bowled by Roach.
Roach then took out Jonny Bairstow, while Holder trapped England skipper Joe Root lbw for four runs.
With Stokes, Moeen and Buttler all falling to Roach, England found themselves reeling at 49/7.
Joseph and Shannon Gabriel then joined the party as they removed Ben Foakes and Sam Curran for two and 14 runs respectively.
England were eventually bundled out for 77, which gave the West Indies a 212-run lead, when Adil Rashid was caught by Holder at slip off the bowling of Joseph for 12 runs.
Roach was the most successful bowler with five wickets, while Holder and Joseph snapped up two wickets apiece. As for Gabriel, he claimed one.
With a 212-run lead in hand, the West Indies made a solid start to their second innings as openers Kraigg Brathwaite and debutant John Campbell amassed a 52-run partnership before Brathwaite was trapped lbw off the bowling of Moeen for 24.
Campbell went on to make 33 before he was caught by Jennings at cover off the bowling of Stokes.
Moeen then sent Darren Bravo and Roston Chase packing in the space of three balls, while Hope was caught by Jennings at short leg off the bowling of Stokes for three runs.
Shane Dowrich and Hetmyer halted England’s charge with a 59-run partnership before Hetmyer was caught by Buttler at point off the bowling of Curran for 31.
Dowrich and Holder ensured the West Indies didn’t lost anymore wickets as they forged an unbeaten seven-run partnership before stumps was called.
Dowrich finished on 27, which came off 42 balls and included two boundaries and a six, while Holder remained undefeated on seven, which came off five deliveries and included a boundary.
Moeen picked up three wickets, while Stokes took two and Curran snapped up one.
The West Indies ended day two on 127/6 and will continue batting on Friday at 10:00 local time or 14:00 GMT.