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West Indies v England day three photos

Ryan Sidebottom

West Indies v England day three: With the visitors desperate to make the breakthrough, Sidebottom tests his lungs, but to no avail

Chris Gayle and Freddie Flintoff

Gayle and Flintoff exchange a giggle but minutes later it gets serious. Gayle nicks one to Matt Prior. Or does he? Referral time. Not out

Chris Gayle

Gayle is now a centurion and it's fully deserved. It's his ninth Test century and his first at his home ground - Sabina Park

Ramnaresh Sarwan

Sarwan isn't letting Gayle have all the fun as he swats one for four. Ian Bell defies gravity to get out of the way. The Windies roll on

Chris Gayle is bowled

But Gayle's fine innings comes to an end when he plays on to a delivery from Broad

Stuart Broad

Just two balls later and Broad dismisses Xavier Marshall lbw as England fight back on a hot day at Sabina Park

Ramnaresh Sarwan raises his helmet to acknowledge the crowd's applause

Sarwan brings up a deserved century with a textbook cover drive off Monty Panesar as Windies reach 224-3 at lunch

Monty Panesar

Panesar appeals for lbw against Shivnarine Chanderpaul and England refer the not out decision, but the third umpire backs the batsman

Ramnaresh Sarwan

Sarwan chops a Flintoff delivery onto his stumps to end his superb innings - and give Flintoff some reward for a hostile spell

Broad traps Chanderpaul

Broad appeals for an lbw, Chanderpaul goes for a referral but the third umpire sends the batsman on his way for 20

Alastair Cook

England have a chance to dismiss Brendan Nash but the ball just eludes Alastair Cook as the batsmen dig in to reach tea on 271-5

Brandan Nash

Nash, on his home Test debut at the age of 31, shares a vital stand with Denesh Ramdin to take the Windies past England's 318

Denesh Ramdin

Ramdin plays solidly for 35 off 77 balls before Panesar finally claims his first wicket in a gruelling day for the spinner

Jerome Taylor survives

Jerome Taylor escapes after edging the ball between Paul Collingwood and Andrew Strauss but his innings doesn't last long

Steve Harmison strikes

Harmison provides some late hope for England when Taylor misjudges one and departs lbw to make it 341-7 shortly before stumps



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