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Anderson takes six before England collapse

England's bowler James Anderson delivers a ball during day two of the final match of a three-match Test series between England and West Indies at the Kensington Oval Stadium in Bridgetown on May 2, 2015James Anderson wrecked the West Indies but England were tottering at 39 for five in their second innings, a lead of 107 runs, on the second day of the third and final Test on Saturday. On a pitch that is rapidly deteriorating, 18 wickets fell in the three sessions, the most in a single day’s play in the 85 years of Test cricket at the venue. After being the last wicket to fall in the tourists’ seemingly modest first innings total of 257 in the morning, the irrepressible Anderson claimed six for 42 -– his 17th five-wicket innings haul — to mastermind the demolition of the home side for 189. Only Jermaine Blackwood offered any substantial resistance with a counter-attacking innings of 85 before he was last out off Anderson, who is now just four away from becoming the first Englishman to take 400 Test wickets.

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