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England v West Indies 3rd ODI

West Indies captain Chris Gayle (left) and England skipper Paul Collingwood (second right) at the toss

West Indies win the toss and choose to bat first in the third and deciding one-day game against England at Trent Bridge

James Anderson (left) celebrates dismissing Devon Smith (right)

Devon Smith drives a couple of loose Liam Plunkett deliveries for four but edges James Anderson to Ian Bell at gully on 13

Ian Bell reacts to dropping Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle enjoys better luck when he is dropped by Alastair Cook at cover on four and by Bell in the gully on 20

Chris Gayle hits a boundary

And the flamboyant opener becomes the sixth West Indian to move past 6,000 one-day runs with a cover drive for four

Shivnarine Chanderpaul hits a six

The usually more restrained Shivnarine Chanderpaul is also opening his shoulders as the tourists reach 93-1 off 20 overs

Kevin Pietersen (second right) is congratulated after taking a difficult catch over his shoulder to dismiss Shivnarine Chanderpaul

But he tries one swipe too many and is caught by Kevin Pietersen to depart for 33, his lowest score of the summer

Marlon Samuels (l) trudges off after being dismissed by Liam Plunkett (r)

After removing Chanderpaul, Plunkett has Marlon Samuels caught behind by Matt Prior to leave the Windies 108-3

Chris Gayle nudges the ball through the gully region

Gayle is proving trickier to remove and he saunters to his 31st half century off an uncharacteristically high 85 balls

Runako Morton hits a boundary

Runako Morton is dropped by Prior early on and he too makes England pay as the fourth-wicket partnership moves past 50

Liam Plunkett takes a return catch to dismiss Chris Gayle

Gayle is finally caught and bowled by Plunkett for 82, bringing Dwayne Bravo to the crease at 193-4 for the final overs

Runako Morton hits out

Morton and Bravo take advantage of some poor England bowling to push along at over 11 an over in the final 10 overs

James Anderson (left) celebrates dismissing Dwayne Bravo

Bravo plays on to the penultimate ball of the innings to depart for 42, while Morton is 82 not out as the tourists close 289-5

matt Prior (left) departs for one while Daren Powell celebrates

England's reply gets off to a shaky start when Matt Prior is caught behind off Daren Powell and England are 6-1

West Indies players celebrate dismissing Kevin Pietersen

Powell then takes the wickets of Cook for 18 and Pietersen for a second-ball duck to leave the hosts teetering on 33-3

Fidel Edwards (left) celebrates after dismissing Ian Bell

Ian Bell brings some stability but skews a Fidel Edwards delivery to backward point on 27 and England are 72-4

Owais Shah hits a boundary back past Dwayne Smith

Owais Shah adds 72 with Paul Collingwood but gloves a sweep shot and is caught behind by Denesh Ramdin on 51

England captain Paul Collingwood is bowled for 44

And when Collingwood is undone by a Bravo delivery on 44, the game is all but over with England on 162-6

Chris Gayle (centre) is congratulated after taking the catch to remove Dimitri Mascarenhas

Gayle and Samuels take two stunning catches to remove Dimitri Mascarenhas and Plunkett as Edwards returns 3-30

The West Indies wicketkeeper and slip cordon unsuccessfully appeal for a caught behind against Monty Panesar (left)

Gayle also catches Stuart Broad leaving Monty Panesar and Anderson facing a strange one-day field at 171-9

West Indies players celebrate their series win over England

The duo put on 25 before Panesar is trapped in front - the Windies win the match by 98 runs and the series 2-1


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