England take six West Indies wickets by tea

England dominate morning session
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England sit 154-6 at tea following an impressive performance at Trent Bridge, with Stuart Broad and James Anderson taking two wickets apiece.

England are currently dominating at Trent Bridge in the first day of the second Test against West Indies, taking six wickets for 154 at tea.

The home side began the day on the front foot with James Anderson and Stuart Broad snatching two wickets apiece, as Adrian Barath went for a duck at the start of play.

West Indies regained composure after lunch with Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Marlon Samuels at the crease, but it was an impressive over by Graeme Swann that ended the number one Test batsman's reign at Trent Bridge after Swann knocked Chanderpaul out by lbw.

Denesh Ramdin failed to find his stride with the bat, getting bowled out by Tim Bresnan after picking up just one run before tea.

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