- England fought hard on day three to establish two-run advantage at 171-3
- Joe Root’s side are looking to build competitive second innings lead
- West Indies have performed admirably after mauling in first Test of series
In one of the most evenly fought Test matches of the summer, Joe Root’s England side are battling for ascendancy against the West Indies at Headingley.
The hosts moved into a two-run lead at the close of play on day three and have seven wickets in hand on 171-3.
Root survived a dropped catch and reviewed lbw decision and will continue on 45, partnered by Malan on 21.
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