West Indies battle back on day three

Kemar Roach
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The West Indies take four England wickets during the morning session of day three of the first Test at Lord's.

The West Indies have bowled themselves back into contention during the morning session of day three in their Test match against England at Lord's.

England captain Andrew Strauss, who returned to the crease on 121 runs, was only able to add one more to his total before he returned to the pavilion after being caught by Denesh Ramdin off the bowling of Kemar Roach.

That brought debutant Jonny Bairstow to the crease, who recorded 16 runs before he was bowled by Roach.

Matt Prior (19) and Tim Bresnan (0) were also dismissed before the lunch interval.

The hosts will resume on 341-7 with Ian Bell (38) and Stuart Broad (10) at the crease.

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