By Sportsmail Reporter
Published: 11:48 GMT, 2 February 2019 | Updated: 16:07 GMT, 2 February 2019
West Indies set England the stiffest of tasks if they are going to stay in this series by batting until half an hour short of lunch on Saturday to extend what should be a significant lead to 119 before the adhesive Darren Bravo became the last man to fall.
West Indies superb display of concentration and application took them to a score of 306 on what remained a perilous pitch to bat on before England could claim the last of the four wickets they needed this morning to wrap things up.
At the centre of their old-fashioned display of Test match application was Bravo, recalled for this series after a two-year absence from West Indies side and now putting down anchor to show that