(Photo) Exciting passage of play awaits in the final session

Leach

Aryan Surana

The second Test in Barbados was infused with life just when it started looking like it would end with hands being shaken after England made a declaration with two sessions left in the game. Having scored quick runs in the opening session to propel their lead to 281, England struck back with three quick wickets to dwarf West Indies to 65 for 3 by Tea. West Indies are behind by 217 runs, but batting out the remaining 35 overs in the final session will be their chief objective.