Day 2: Stokes and Sibley put England in control July 17, 2020

from Test Match Special· ·

Jonathan Agnew looks back on day two of the 2nd Test between England and the West Indies at Old Trafford. 176 runs from Ben Stokes and Dom Sibley’s 120 put Joe Root’s men firmly in charge as they declared at 469-9. The tourists ended the day on 32-1 after John Campbell was dismissed LBW by Sam Curran following a review. Carlos Braithwaite and Michael Vaughan review the day’s action with Aggers, while Eleanor Oldroyd speaks to Stokes about his century and how the team has rallied around Jofra Archer following his exclusion from the match for a breach of the …



Jonathan Agnew looks back on day two of the 2nd Test between England and the West Indies at Old Trafford. 176 runs from Ben Stokes and Dom Sibley’s 120 put Joe Root’s men firmly in charge as they declared at 469-9. The tourists ended the day on 32-1 after John Campbell was dismissed LBW by Sam Curran following a review. Carlos Braithwaite and Michael Vaughan review the day’s action with Aggers, while Eleanor Oldroyd speaks to Stokes about his century and how the team has rallied around Jofra Archer following his exclusion from the match for a breach of the bio-secure protocols, as well as West Indies all-rounder Roston Chase. There’s also an interview with the remarkable former Warwickshire batsman Andy Moles, who has been walking 10km for charity despite having his lower left leg amputated just three months ago.