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'It will be a real test of character': Sir Alastair Cook adamant England are 'still in the game' despite collapse against West Indies in second Test Sir Alastair Cook feels that England are 'still in the game' against West Indies  On Thursday, Joe Root and his side were bowled out by their hosts for just 187 Cook, speaking to the BBC, thinks momentum could swing quickly in the Test 

By Nathan Salt For Mailonline

Published: 00:52 GMT, 1 February 2019 | Updated: 00:55 GMT, 1 February 2019

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Former England cricket captain Sir Alastair Cook insists England are 'still in the game' despite batting collapse against West Indies on Thursday. 

England have struggled so far in the series and again found form difficult to come by in Antigua as they were bowled out for just 187.

But for Cook, speaking on the BBC's Test Match Special podcast, says Joe Root and the England players have to retain belief that they can gather momentum quickly and turn around their fortunes.  

England must 'show character' against the West Indies, says former captain Sir Alastair Cook

England must 'show character' against the West

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