What a morning for Bangladesh, led by Abu Jayed's hustle in the first half an hour. The right-armer got the ball moving off the seam to nip out a couple of quick wickets, paving the way for Mehidy Hasan's off-break to polish off the lower order which fetched him his fourth five-for
in Tests. West Indies certainly held the upper hand at stumps yesterday which they still do, but the visitors have gained some ground and have showed quite a bit of spirit in hitting back. But the question remains, can their batting hold up after the disaster in Antigua. They'll have to come out for a couple of overs before lunch.