|First Test, Kensington Oval, Barbados (day two)|
|West Indies 289 (Hetmyer 81, Anderson 5-46) & 127-6 (Moeen 3-41)|
|England 77 (Roach 5-17)|
|West Indies lead by 339 runs|
England were bowled out for 77 as West Indies seized control of the first Test on a riotous day when 18 wickets fell in Barbados.
Kemar Roach took 5-17, Jason Holder 2-15 and Alzarri Joseph 2-20 to dismiss the tourists for the lowest Test total at the Kensington Oval.
West Indies recovered from losing five wickets for nine runs to reach 127-6 by the close – a lead of 339.
Given that no team has chased more than 311 in the fourth innings to win a Test at this ground, and the increasingly unpredictable bounce seen on a wearing pitch, the hosts are overwhelming favourites to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.