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Windies lose four wickets in chase


Darren Bravo has so far steadied the ship with a defiant knock of 28

The West Indies and England are locked in a thrilling contest at Kensington Oval on the third day of the final Test.

Set 192 for victory, the Windies are 91 for four at the tea interval.

Daren Bravo is leading the home side’s charge with a defiant, unbeaten knock of 28.

Moeen Ali, Christopher Jordan, James Anderson and Stuart Broad have each picked up a wicket for England.

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