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England v West Indies – clips, radio & text


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Live Reporting

Kal Sajad

All times stated are UK

  1. Eng 149-6

    Matthews continues, it’s wide and it’s carved by Glenn down to point for four.

  2. Post update

    Phil Simmons

    West Indies men’s coach on Test Match Special

    It’s been a brilliant spell by Selman, especially those last couple of overs. West Indies have pulled it back. England have to make sure they keep scoring, not just giving wickets away.

  3. Eng 145-6

    In comes Fran Wilson, a single to Glenn gives England just one from the rest of the over.

    Really well bowled by Selman who completes her four overs, conceding 26 runs and taking three very good wickets.

  4. Post update

    Alison Mitchell

    BBC Test Match Special

    That is the pressure that grew. Jones had to try to hit it away.


    Jones 24 c Alleyne b Selman 24 (Eng 144-6)

    The wheels coming off for England a bit here? It’s a full toss from Selman and Amy Jones finds Alleyne at deep cover.

  6. Eng 144-5

    That 180 score is looking increasingly unlikely now. Amy Jones drives straight to the woman at mid-wicket as Selman starts off with just one single off the first few balls.

  7. Post update

    Amy Lofthouse

    BBC Sport at Derby

    This actually isn’t a bad situation for England. There’s always been a worry that there’s an overreliance on Sciver and Knight to score the majority of runs, with Brunt adding a bit of lower-order boshing. Having Beaumont make good runs and Jones find her range is a good sign.

  8. Eng 143-5

    Sarah Glenn is promoted up the order but it’s Amy Jones who stars in the rest of Matthews over, reverse-sweeping for four. She’s played that shot so well today.

  9. Post update

    Phil Simmons

    West Indies men’s coach on Test Match Special

    Katherine Brunt plays in one way. She has been stumped by a long way.

  10. WICKET

    Brunt st Campbelle b Matthews 0 (Eng 143-5)

    A golden duck for Brunt and it’s an ugly way to go. She comes down the wicket to Matthews, takes a huge swipe and completely misses. She doesn’t even bother looking back as Campbelle whips off the bails.

  11. Post update

    Isabelle Westbury

    Ex-Middlesex captain on TMS

    Hayley Matthews is only young, but is so experienced. She has a job to do now.

  12. Post update

    Hayley Matthews went for 10 in her first over and she now returns for a second spell.

  13. Eng 137-4

    A single completes the over. Katherine Brunt is the new batter in, by the way.

  14. Post update

    Isabelle Westbury

    Ex-Middlesex captain on TMS

    You felt like the ball would run away from her. She held her nerve. There was a little bit of a juggle, but that doesn’t matter. West Indies needed that.

  15. WICKET

    Beaumont c Fletcher b Selman 62 (Eng 136-4)

    A fine innings comes to an end.

    It seemed to be a slower ball from Selman and Tammy Beaumont looks to play another innovative shot but this time the reverse-paddle goes high but not far. Fletcher, running back, takes a good grab at short third man.

  16. Post update

    Phil Simmons

    West Indies men’s coach on Test Match Special

    England will be looking for another 40 runs at least, especially with Tammy Beaumont still there.


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  17. Eng 136-3

    Shakera Selman continues and a low-key start to the over, just four singles from the first four balls. Big shot incoming?

  18. Post update

    Alex Hartley

    England spinner and World Cup winner

    It’s realistic to go at 10 or 12 an over from here. That would be a massive score that would put West Indies out of the game.

  19. Eng 132-3

    A dot ball, a wide and another dot ball. A nice finish from Alleyne but England are in control here. What’s a good score from here? 180? 190?

  20. Eng 131-3

    Full, on leg side and Amy Jones easily clips it past a short fine leg for four. There to be hit but nicely worked by Jones who is looking in great nick.

    Make that back-to-back boundaries! Another ball in pretty much the same position, but this time it’s a full toss and, again, dispatched to the boundary.

    Poor bowling from Alleyne.


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