England lose Joe Root and Dom Sibley before lunch after being put into bat by West Indies in the deciding Test as Jofra Archer is recalled to the side at Old Trafford
- Rory Burns and Ben Stokes guided England to 66 for two at lunch on day one
- England lost opener Dom Sibley for a fifth-ball duck in the first over of play
- Captain Joe Root was run out for 17 by a direct hit from Roston Chase
- Jofra Archer was recalled to the side after being kicked out of the second Test
England lost captain Joe Root and Dom Sibley before lunch after being put into bat by West Indies in the third and final Test at Old Trafford on Friday.
Jason Holder was vindicated for his decision to insert England in the deciding Test match in Manchester, with Rory Burns and Ben Stokes taking England to 66 for two at the interval.
Kemar Roach struck in the first over of the day, dismissing second Test centurion Sibley for a fifth-ball duck.
England captain Joe Root is run out from a direct hit by Roston Chase for 17
England captain Joe Root plays the ball into the off side during the first day of the third Test
Opener Rory Burns clips a shot into the leg side on the opening morning of the deciding Test
The opener was plumb LBW after being caught on the crease by a full ball from the West Indies quick.
That brought Root into the crease at No 3 after he was bumped up the order with Zak Crawley missing out due to the thigh injury that has restricted Stokes to a batting role in this Test match.
After their bright start West Indies were dealt an early blow when Shannon Gabriel was forced from the field due to injury in just his fourth over.
West Indies had already dropped Alzarri Joseph for spin bowler Rahkeem Cornwall, and were left with just Holder and Roach as pace options.
But Gabriel was able to return to the field of play to bowl the 21st over and went on to complete another four overs.
Rory Burns and Joe Root looked to have settled the hosts down before the England captain was run out for 17 by a direct hit from Roston Chase.
England will continue after lunch with Burns unbeaten on 33 and Stokes on seven.
Spinner Rahkeem Cornwall comes in to bowl after his first call up of the three-Test series
West Indies suffered a blow when Shannon Gabriel was forced from the field with an injury
England lost opener Dom Sibley in the first over of the morning for a fifth-ball duck
Earlier England recalled Jofra Archer and Jimmy Anderson in place of Crawley and Sam Curran after being forced to rejig their batting lineup due to the thigh injury suffered by Stokes during his heroic efforts in the second Test.
England plumped for Archer despite fears over his mental health after the racist abuse he suffered when he was dropped for the second Test after breaking the bio-secure regulations.
Archer revealed in an explosive Sportsmail column on Wednesday that he had been racially abused on social media and believed he had been treated ‘like a criminal’ after breaching bio-secure regulations en route from Southampton to Manchester after the first Test.
Kemar Roach celebrates after trapping Sibley LBW plumb in front of his steps early in the day
Jofra Archer is back in the England side after missing the 113-run victory in the second Test