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West Indies v England day three photos

Devon Smith

Day three: Devon Smith and night-watchman Daren Powell resume with West Indies 55-1 in reply to England's 566-9 declared

James Anderson

James Anderson tries his best to save some runs with an athletic dive as the second-wicket pair frustrate England

Steve Harmison

Steve Harmison, who is struggling with sickness, fires down a delivery which scoots through low on the uneven pitch but misses the stumps

Graeme Swann

109-2: Graeme Swann finally makes the breakthrough when Smith plays a rash stroke, misses the ball and has his stumps rearranged

Matt Prior and Daren Powell

Powell continues to frustrate - he just makes his ground as wicketkeeper Matt Prior whips off the bails

Paul Collingwood takes a catch

Skipper Andrew Strauss celebrates as Paul Collingwood holds on at slip to dismiss Powell off Swann as the hosts reach 132-3 at lunch

Ramnnaresh Sarwan

Sarwan, who hit a century in the first Test, is in magnificent form at a sun-kissed Antigua Recreation Ground

Ryan Hinds

Ryan Hinds blasts a huge six off Kevin Pietersen before Andrew Flintoff has him caught behind for 27 and the hosts are 200-4

England celebrate Chanderpaul's dismissal

One run later and Stuart Broad gets a bit of lift and Shivnarine Chanderpaul - the rock of the Windies side - edges behind for one

Sarwan is out

Sarwan hits a flurry of boundaries but Swann gets him for 94 when the left-hander fires straight into Flintoff's safe hands at mid-wicket

Swann dismisses Denesh Ramdin

Denesh Ramdin hits his first delivery straight back to Swann and the spinner is on a hat-trick but Jerome Taylor survives

Swann celebrates his fifth wicket

Swann celebrates after securing his first five-wicket haul in only his third Test when he has Sulieman Benn trapped leg before

Andrew Flintoff

Having struggled with illness and a hip injury, Flintoff ends up with 3-47 after dismissing Taylor for 19 and ending the Windies innings on 285

Andrew Strauss

England decide to bat again but lose Strauss for 14 before reaching stumps on 31-1 and a lead of 312



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