- England recover from early wickets to pile on runs against West Indies
- Debutant Mark Stoneman is clean bowled by Kemar Roach for eight
- Tom Westley falls lbw to Miguel Cummins on review for the same score
- But Alastair Cook and Joe Root form a strong partnership
England will make history when they play in their first ever day-night Test against the West Indies at Edgbaston on Thursday.
Joe Root’s team will get their hands and bats on the pink ball for the first time as they look to carry on from their successful 3-1 series win against South Africa.
They’ve made one change to the team that started the fourth and final Test against the Proteas, with Mark Stoneman coming in for Keaton Jennings.
Find out if England can get off to a winning start in their three-test series against the Windies with Sportsmail. ADAM SHERGOLD is your man guiding you through the action with updates from PAUL NEWMAN and LAWRENCE BOOTH in Birmingham.
Joe Root (L) and West Indies’ Jason Holder (R) pose with the series trophy ahead of the first test