Kemar Roach took two wickets for 28 runs, including clean bowling Ben Stokes (20), and a slip catch, which accounted for the wicket of Rory Burns (57). The West Indies looked to get among the lower-order after England sacrificed a batsman in its line-up.
England all-rounder Stokes looked uncomfortable at the crease as he struggled with a quadriceps strain, picked up during his second Test heroics, and made only 20 runs. He was cleverly set up by Roach, who produced a perfect in-swinging delivery to strike down the stumps. Skipper Joe Root (17) was the second wicket to fall after being caught short.
Brief scores: England 131 for 4 in 53 overs (R Burns 57, K Roach 2/28) vs West Indies.