England vs West Indies 1st Test 2020: Jermaine Blackwood's gritty knock of 95 helped the West Indies go 1-0 up in the three-match series.
Alzarri Joseph struck twice and West Indies captain Jason Holder removed England stand-in skipper Ben Stokes as the tourists regained the initiative in the first Test with late flurry of wickets.
With England and the West Indies boasting of proven pace attacks, the series could boil down to which side fares better in the batting department.
The likes of Shannon Gabriel, Kemar Roach, captain Jason Holder and Alzarri Joseph will be vying to make an impact when West Indies take on England in the first Test.
Alzarri Joseph has downplayed the significance of head coach Phil Simmons going under self-isolation in his Old Trafford hostel room as a precautionary measure.
Alzarri Joseph hopes it will work to his advantage if England treat him as the "weaker link" of the West Indies' pace attack during next month's Test series.
Assistant coach Roddy Estwick said the West Indies were "beginning to get blessed with fast bowlers again" but urged against premature comparisons with earlier generations.
Nicholas Pooran top-scored for the West Indies with 52 while Hayden Walsh Jr's knock of 46 saw them beat Ireland and take a 2-0 series lead.
After dismissing Ireland for just 180, the West Indies reached their target with 100 balls to spare.