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England 428 All Out in First Innings; Leads West Indies by 58

May 27, 2012

England was bowled out for 428 in its first innings on day three of the second cricket Test at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, a lead of 58 over the West Indies.

Tim Bresnan finished unbeaten on 39. Captain Andrew Strauss top-scored with 141, while Kevin Pietersen made 80.

England won the first Test by 5 wickets at Lord’s in London, and needs to win the three-match series to stay atop the International Cricket Council’s Test rankings ahead of South Africa.

West Indies hasn’t won an away Test in a country other than bottom-ranked Bangladesh since winning in South Africa in December 2007.

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