All-rounder Chris Jordan believes England are in a “very good position” heading into day three in Antigua, as West Indies (155-4) trail England’s first innings total by 244. The 26-year-old recorded impressive figures with the ball (1-29) and snaffled an amazing slip catch off James Tredwell‘s spin bowling, as well as chipping in with a handy 21*, in a 10th wicket stand of 38 with James Anderson (20), as England hit 399 earlier in the day.

Early on Day 1, England were in deep trouble at 34 for three, however a fightback by Joe Root and Ian Bell saw them steady the ship to 211 for three when Root departed.