sport news BUMBLE AT THE TEST: John Campbell got plenty of luck on lumpy pitch

BUMBLE AT THE TEST: You need luck on this pitch and John Campbell got plenty but Stuart Broad deserved more

By David Lloyd for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:36 GMT, 1 February 2019 | Updated: 00:39 GMT, 2 February 2019

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England are in trouble in the second Test despite taking six West Indies wickets — three courtesy of Stuart Broad — on Friday.

The hosts, who won the first Test by 381 runs, ended day two in Antigua on 272 for six with a lead of 85.

Here, Sportsmail's David Lloyd offers his latest musings and his assessment on what was a mixed day for England.

Cricket fans in Antigua witnessed six wickets on a sun-soaked second day of the second Test

Cricket fans in Antigua witnessed six wickets on a sun-soaked second day of the second Test

HOW CAN I REPLACE VIV?

I was off for lunch here when I saw a bit of a to-do with the talkSPORT boys as their guest had just pulled out.

I was asked to step in. That's fine until you realise the bloke who couldn't make it was Sir Vivian Richards.

It was like the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band stepping in for The Rolling Stones. 

RIDING YOUR LUCK

You need a bit of luck on a pitch like this and John Campbell had it in spades before Ben Stokes finally got him.

He was given out and it came off his arm. He was then put down by Jos Buttler, before spooning one in the air and nobody got there.

If I were Campbell I would be doing the lottery tonight. 

John Campbell was let off the hook three times before finally getting out for 47 on Friday

John Campbell was let off the hook three times before finally getting out for 47 on Friday

STUART'S PITCH BATTLE

Stuart Broad was the unlucky bowler on all three occasions Campbell got away with it and he bowled

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