Day five of the third Test between England and West Indies at Emirates Old Trafford – follow in-play clips, TMS commentary and text coverage.

With no play possible because of rain yesterday, Sunday’s day three effectively became day four.
And England played it perfectly in the end – Stuart Broad taking the final four West Indies first innings wickets to dismiss them for 197 – a deficit of 172 runs.
Rory Burns (90) and Dom Sibley (56) then laid a solid, if slightly slowly-formed, foundation before Joe Root added a sprightly 68 not out off 56 balls to allow England to declare on 226-2.
That left West Indies an unlikely 399 for victory and Broad capped off a stellar day by taking two wickets late on to leave them 10-2 when they resume this morning.
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Video caption: Highlights: Stuart Broad puts England on verge of series victoryHighlights: Stuart Broad puts England on verge of series victory