Malan falls as England toil
England had moved on to 64-5 by lunch on the second day of the third Test against West Indies after a rain-interrupted morning at Lord's.
Dawid Malan did his chances of featuring in the Ashes series this winter no good at all as he was dismissed for 20 when he edged Kemar Roach through to wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich.
Ben Stokes was 24 not out at lunch while Jonny Bairstow had yet to get off the mark as England attempted to overtake the tourists' first-innings total of 123.
England had started the day on 46-4 after Stokes had taken 6-22 on Thursday.
Kieran Powell had top-scored for West Indies with 39 while Shai Hope made 29 and Roston Chase 18 but three players were out for ducks.
Anderson took 2-31 for England while Toby Roland-Jones chipped in with 2-32.
In England's innings, the impressive Roach has 3-26 and Jason Holder 2-18.
England are 2.00 to win the third and final Test, while the West Indies are priced at 2.00 to triumph and the draw is 2.00.
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