Kemar Roach started the day well as he dismissed Dawid Malan. Fourteen wickets fell on Day 1 of the third and final Test between England vs West Indies at Lord’s on Thursday. The toss was one neither West Indies skipper Jason Holder or Joe Root would have relished winning but Holder guessed right and felt obliged to bat first, hoping his side could reproduce the form that earned them a stunning five-wicket win at Headingley having been thrashed in the first Test at Edgbaston. West India lost their last eight wickets for 45 runs to be all out for 123. Pacer Ben Stokes took a career-best six for 22 from 14.3 almost unplayable overs. But England were rocked by Holder and Kemar Roach. Follow Day 2 live score of the third Test between England vs West Indies here. (DAY 1 REPORT)
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