28 Jul, 19:40 (IST)

So, England clinch the first Test series following the coronavirus lockdown. West Indies batsmen looked  out of sorts as England had an easy outing on day five.  With this win, England retain the Wisden Trophy. This was a special Test for Stuart Broad, he not only completed 500 Test wickets, but picked ten wickets in the game as well; besides scoring a valuable half-century in the first innings. He is Man of the Match and Man of the Series as well. Chris Woakes chipped in with a five-wicket haul in the second innings to help his side win the game. That's all from this Test series, do join us back on July 30 as England now take on Ireland in a three-match ODI series

28 Jul, 19:29 (IST)

England win! It's all over! England beat West Indies by 269 runs to win the third Test and series 2-1. Stuart Broad comes back into the attack and fittingly takes the final wicket. Jermaine Blackwood is caught behind as Broad picks his fourth wicket. J Blackwood c Buttler b Broad 23(48)

28 Jul, 19:16 (IST)

OUT! Five-wicket haul for Chris Woakes. Rahkeem Cornwall is trapped in front of the wickets as well. England one wicket away from victory now. R Cornwall lbw b Woakes 2(4)

28 Jul, 19:14 (IST)

OUT! Fourth wicket for Chris Woakes. He has trapped Shane Dowrich in front of the wickets. England need two more wickets to win the series now. Dowrich lbw b Woakes 8(13)

28 Jul, 18:49 (IST)

OUT! Third wicket for Chris Woakes as he traps West Indies captain Jason Holder in front of the wickets. Holder opts for DRS but all in vain. J Holder lbw b Woakes 12(13)

28 Jul, 18:48 (IST)

OUT! Third wicket for Chris Woakes as he traps West Indies captain Jason Holder in front of the wickets. Holder opts for DRS but all in vain. J Holder lbw b Woakes 12(13)

28 Jul, 18:46 (IST)

Play Resumes: So, live action is back as rain has eased down once again. Jason Holder and Jermaine Blackwood face an uphill task as England inch towards the victory. The home side needs four more wickets to clinch the match and series.

28 Jul, 18:22 (IST)

Rain Stops Play: There you go, rain has stopped play once again. Looks like a passing shower once again, but it has forced players to leave the field. Covers being brought in.

28 Jul, 18:20 (IST)

OUT! Superb fielding by Dom Bess. He hits the stumps at striker's end directly. Little mix-up and Roston Chase is late to make it to the crease.  Roston Chase run out (Dom Bess) 7(20)

28 Jul, 18:06 (IST)

Update: The play is about to resume as rain has eased down. Sun is shining and players are about take the field. 

Load More

ENG vs WI Live Score Updates: England need eight wickets on Day 5 to win the third and final encounter against West Indies and clinch the series 2-1. However, weather could play a spoilsport again. Day 4 of the encounter completely got washed out due to rain as West Indies got the hopes of drawing the match and the series too. Well, the weather is certainly better on the fifth day. However, showers are still expected to hamper the day’s play. Meanwhile, Stay tuned for England vs West Indies live updates. Live Cricket Streaming of England vs West Indies 3rd Test 2020 Day 5 on SonyLiv.

Earlier in the match, England piled up 369 runs while batting first thanks to half-centuries from Rory Burns, Ollie Pope, Jos Buttler and Stuart Broad. In reply, the visitors got bundled out for just 197 runs as Stuart Broad claimed his 18th five-wicket haul in Test cricket. The home team tightened their grip over the match even more in the third innings by declaring at 226-2, asking West Indies to chase down a mammoth target of 399 runs. England vs West Indies 3rd Test 2020 Day 4 Washed Out Due to Rain in Manchester.

The Caribbean side again got off to a shaky start as they lost two wickets inside 10 runs. England’s victory seemed inevitable as they needed eight wickets from the remaining two days. However, Jason Holder and Co got some help from the weather gods as not a single ball was delivered on the fourth day. With showers expected to intervene on Day 5 too, Joe Root’s Men will be hoping for a certain amount of time to take the remaining eight wickets while West Indies’ batsmen must show some resistance.

England Playing XI: Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Joe Root (c), Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, Jos Buttler (wk), Chris Woakes, Dominic Bess, Jofra Archer, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.

West Indies Playing XI: Kraigg Brathwaite, John Campbell, Shai Hope, Shamarh Brooks, Roston Chase, Jermaine Blackwood, Shane Dowrich (wk), Jason Holder (c), Rahkeem Cornwall, Kemar Roach, Shannon Gabriel.