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England Breaks West Indies Partnership to Take Control in Test

May 20 (Bloomberg) -- England dismissed Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Marlon Samuels in the middle session on day four of the first cricket Test at Lord’s to leave the West Indies on 265-6 at tea, a lead of 110 runs.

Samuels made 86 runs and Chanderpaul 91 in the visitor’s second innings. Denesh Ramdin was 23 not out at tea, with Darren Sammy on 4.

England needs to take four more wickets before beginning its run chase.

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