West Indies V England 4th Test Day 3 Betting
At the end of play on Day 2 the bookies still think England are going to struggle to get the 20 West Indies wickets needed to win as they have eased the draw into a best priced 4/6 with William Hill. England again dominated scoring a massive 600 for 6 declared with a debut century for Ravi Bopara, Paul Collingwood also scored 96 and then unlike an English batsman got himself out trying to bring up his century with a big hit.
Despite losing the early wicket of Chris Gayle the West Indies batsmen looked fairly untroubled by Engalnds bowling scoring at a touch under four an over during the last session, without any real further scares they finished the day on 85 for 1. In the bowling department Fidel Edwards was the only real threat taking 3/151 off 30 overs, not great looking figures but you need to take into consideration that three or four catches were put down off his tireless bowling as the West Indies again let themselves down in the field.