Stephen Brenkley

Stephen Brenkley is Cricket Correspondent for The Independent.

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Jimmy Anderson celebrates one of his four wickets with his England team-mates in Grenada on Saturday night

Jimmy Anderson burst lifts the mood of elated England

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Magnificent Jimmy Anderson went up another level, says Peter Moores

“It was a world-class spell of bowling,” said England’s coach

Jimmy Anderson celebrates one of his four wickets with his England team-mates in Grenada on Saturday night

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It's time for England captain Alastair Cook to turn back clock – and quickly

Cook must start scoring centuries in this series if he is to continue as England’s captain

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