Gary Ballance ton sets up victory push


Gary Ballance's century and a stunning Chris Jordan catch set up England's victory push in the first Test against West Indies in Antigua.

Ballance hit 122, Joe Root 59 and Jos Buttler a rapid unbeaten 59 to help the tourists declare on 333-7.

Chasing a notional 438 to win, West Indies lost Darren Bravo for 32 late on as they closed day four on 98-2.

James Anderson failed to take a wicket in seven overs and remains one short of equaling Sir Ian Botham's England record of 383 in Tests.

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