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West Indies captain Jason Holder starred in a dramatic fightback as wickets tumbled on a remarkable first day of the third and deciding Test against England at Lord's on Thursday.
When bad light eventually ended play, England had slumped to 46 for four in reply to West Indies' seemingly mediocre 123 all out -- a deficit of 77 runs -- with the three-match series all square at 1-1.
Dawid Malan and Ben Stokes were both 13 not out after towering paceman Holder had taken two for 18 in six overs.
It seemed England would have the upper hand when Stokes returned Test-best figures of six for 26 in 14.3 unchanged overs either side of tea.
But never before had a Test at the 'home of cricket' started so late in the English season and the 19 overs England faced Monday was time enough for a collapse of their own in still heavily overcast conditions on a green-tinged pitch affected by a fungal infection.
England rapidly declined to 24 for four in a match that would surely have been halted a lot earlier for bad light before the advent of floodlights at Lord's.
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