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Live Reporting

Kal Sajad and Matthew Henry

All times stated are UK

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    West Indies celebrate

    Tomorrow could be one of the great final days.

    England's late slump has left West Indies in control but if the lower order can add a few more runs then the hosts are in with a good chance.

    Scroll down to watch all of the wickets, plus reaction and analysis. Flick over to BBC Two or click the video tab above for full highlights.

    We're live tomorrow for day five at 10:30 BST. You don't want to miss it.

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    The full highlights of an enthralling day are under way here and on BBC Two.

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    After Stokes was out Zak Crawley, Jos Buttler, Dom Bess and Ollie Pope soon followed.

    That late collapse has given West Indies the edge.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    I wouldn’t want to chase over 200 on this wicket. I think 171 will be difficult with England’s bowling. If one player gets you 60 or 70 though, West Indies should win the Test match.

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    Well said, Sam.

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  7. Holder gets Stokes again

    There was a period in the afternoon when Ben Stokes was crunching around the ground and England looked like they could easily gain a lead well in excess of 200.

    But Stokes' wicket, falling to Holder for the second time in the match for 46, sparked the collapse of 5-30.

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  8. 'Same story' for Denly

    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Joe Denly played the way he has played in all of his 15 Tests. It's been the same story. He did the hard yards then made a mistake.

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    The morning session was slow going. Rory Burns and Dom Sibley set a platform - Sibley got to first fifty in England - but both were out in soft fashion.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    It's been a terrific Test. I've loved it and just wish there was a crowd here to watch it. I didn't think we'd see as much quality as we have done, taking into account the preparation both teams have had.

  11. Highlights at 19:15 BST on BBC Two

    It really has been a belting day of Test cricket.

    If you missed it - maybe you've been playing yourself today - the highlights are coming up on BBC Two at 19:15 BST.

  12. Crawley impresses before collapse

    There were contributions from all of England's top five. Zak Crawley was the highest scorer with an excellent 76.

    Is it enough to secure him a place in England XI long-term?

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    Carlos Brathwaite

    West Indies all-rounder on BBC Test Match Special

    West Indies have their noses in front that they will sleep sweeter tonight than the England team would.

    I think 200 seems to be the target. Any less than that, WI will be happy. If not, England will feel like they have a chance. It's just going to be a riveting last day of Test cricket.

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    I can't decide. West Indies are favourites for me but their batting can be flimsy.

    One thing is for certain. Tomorrow should be a belter.

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    Who is winning this game from here?

    Thumbs up for England. Down for West Indies.

  17. Close of play - Eng 284-8

    Lead by 170

    The clock ticks to 7pm as Shannon Gabriel bowls the final ball of the over. That'll be our lot.

    West Indies look pleased as they walk off. That big effort in the final session has to have them as favourites.

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    Carlos Brathwaite

    West Indies all-rounder on BBC Test Match Special

    Good decision by the umpire and good decision not to review.

  19. Eng 284-8

    Jofra, never one to look flustered, has a airy drive to Gabriel. He misses - or at least the umpire thinks he has. The West Indies appeal but decide against a review.

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