- Day five: England 507-9 dec & 185-6 dec; West Indies 411 & 135-5
- West Indies captain adds unbeaten 56 to first-innings 160
For the second successive Test match it was England making all the running on the final day, throwing everything they could muster at West Indies only to end up shaking hands on another draw due to Kraigg Brathwaite’s remarkable powers of concentration.
West Indies had been set 282 for victory from a minimum of 65 overs after England had thrashed 185 for six by lunch and declared for the second time in the match. This equation was not too dissimilar to that in Antigua last week when it was 286 from 71; so, too, the early switch to survival mode by West Indies after the loss of three quick wickets.
Written by Ali Martin at Kensington Oval
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