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Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow put on a century stand

England v West Indies, 2nd ODI, Trent Bridge

England hold the aces but weather is the concern

England's comfortable victory in the first match ended West Indies' hopes of automatic World Cup qualification and they must lift themselves to stay in the series

Eoin Morgan practises ahead of the first ODI against West Indies

England v West Indies, 1st ODI, Old Trafford

Bairstow to open as Windies big guns return

The return of some of West Indies' biggest stars, and the need for both teams to build towards the 2019 World Cup, adds intrigue to a five-match ODI series

Tom Curran enjoyed his moment of success

Royal London one-day series

Curran stays calm as T20 limelight beckons

For Tom Curran, the one-day series against West Indies could mark the start of something special, and potentially career-transforming

Toby Roland-Jones picked up a wicket in his second over on debut

England v West Indies, 3rd Investec Test, Lord's

The series showdown nobody saw coming

Toby Roland-Jones has been named in place of Chris Woakes, as England seek to bounce back after West Indies' stunning victory at Headingley

Paul Collingwood is tempted by the chance to play for a World XI in Pakistan

World XI in Pakistan 2017

Collingwood cautious but keen amid World XI speculation

Paul Collingwood admits that playing international cricket in front of a passionate Pakistan crowd in next month's proposed World XI fixtures would be professionally tempting at this late stage of his career

Shai Hope got an inside edge on to his stumps

England v West Indies, 1st Investec Test, Edgbaston

Embattled Holder calls on West Indies to front up

Jason Holder, West Indies' captain, has challenged his players to "look themselves in the mirror" and find a way to fight back into the series after crushing defeat at Edgbaston

Stuart Broad bowled Shane Dowrich to move second on England's all-time list

England v West Indies, 1st Investec Test, Edgbaston

Abject West Indies tumble to humiliating innings defeat

A historic Test match was dealt a humiliating conclusion under the Edgbaston floodlights, as West Indies crumbled to one of the most spineless defeats in their long and once-proud history

Alastair Cook went past 200 during the first session

England v West Indies, 1st Investec Test, Edgbaston

Cook double-century leaves WI with no place to hide

Alastair Cook made a gargantuan 243 from 407 balls as England declared their first innings on 514 for 8 but West Indies lost just one wicket in reply before rain ended play early