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England v West Indies 2nd ODI

James Anderson discusses tactics with Collingwood before opening the bowling

England captain Paul Collingwood (right) wins the toss, opts to field and selects James Anderson to deliver the first over

Devon Smith plays a big shot in the early stages

Devon Smith opens with Chris Gayle and the pair put on 50 by the end of the eighth over as West Indies make a strong start

Anderson celebrates the first wicket of the day

Sadly for the tourists, the partnership ends moments later when Smith edges Anderson to Matt Prior for 17

Sidebottom celebrates the second wicket of the day with team-mates

With Gayle looking set for a half century, he chips Ryan Sidebottom straight to Anderson at mid-on making it 67-2

Chanderpaul and Samuels frustrate England's bowlers

His departure brings together Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Marlon Samuels who build a partnership that passes 150

Chanderpaul raises his bat on completion of his century

Samuels's dismissal by Stuart Broad fails to unsettle Chanderpaul who completes his century in the 47th over

Sidebottom claims the late wicket of

Broad and Sidebottom pick up two more late wickets as West Indies set a competitive total of 278-5 off 50 overs

Kevin Pietersen heads back to the dressing room after being bowled by Ravi Rampaul for nine

England's reply starts shakily with Alastair Cook, Ian Bell and Kevin Pietersen all going cheaply to leave them on 64-3

Prior launches a shot high into the air

Opener Matt Prior is harder to remove, however, and completes his half century after a break for rain

Fidel Edwards celebrates the dismissal of Collingwood for only one run

Two overs later both he and Collingwood find themselves back in the pavilion after a double strike by West Indies' bowlers

Shah sets off in pursuit of a run

Owais Shah and Michael Yardy fightback with a partnership of 54 before the latter falls to Dwayne Bravo in the 37th over

Ravi Rampaul finishes with figures of 4-41

Ravi Rampaul returns to the attack and removes both Shah and Dimitri Mascarenhas to leave England teetering on 179-8

Edwards finishes with 2-43

With Sidebottom run out, Edwards claims the final wicket of Anderson as West Indies win by 61 runs to level the series


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