West Indies levelled the series in the second double-header at Bridgetown and they can give themselves a hearty slap on the back. Cottrell took five wickets with his left-arm pace, troubling England with his awkward angle and lengths.
Set 290 to win on a ground that only days before they had chased a record score. It is hard not to give West Indies credit but losing five wickets for 38 on the road will rightly raise alarm bells for the World Cup favourites.
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