Graeme Swann insists that England are happy going into the final day of the first Test against the West Indies, despite a disappointing end to day four at Lord's.
Graeme Swann has insisted that England will happy going into the final day of the first Test against the West Indies, despite a disappointing end to day four at Lord's.
Having been set a target of 191 for the tourists, the dismissals of captain Andrew Strauss and nightwatchman Jimmy Anderson left the hosts on 10-2 at the close of play.
"We're fairly happy," Swann told BBC Sport. "It was tough going for a lot of the day and it was going to be a tricky 10 or 15-minute period in the gloom.
"We're not too fussed about Jimmy, and Cookie (Alistair Cook) and Trotty (Jonathan Trott) will be confident out there in the morning."
Play is due to resume at 11am tomorrow morning (Monday).
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