|Third Test, Daren Sammy Stadium, St. Lucia (Day two of five)|
|England 277 (Stokes 79, Buttler 67, Roach 4-48) & 19-0|
|West Indies 154 (Campbell 41, wood 5-41, Moen 4-36)|
|England leads with 142 runs|
Mark Wood claimed his first five-goal test to give England a 142-point advantage over West Indies on the second day of the final game in the series.
Wood, who had his first test since May 2018, was thrown at 95 km / h when he took 5-41. Moeen Ali called for 4-36, as West India was released for 154.
Rory Burns and Keaton Jennings led England at Stümpfen to 19: 0.
Previously, the tourists had lost their last six goals for 46 runs when they were played for 277 in St. Lucia.
England came together in St. Lucia after four bouts and lost the first two games of the series.
After their punching power had been improved on the opening day, they collapsed again, but their field was sharp and their bowling was disciplined as they released their hosts cheaply to take control of the game.
Wood broke out with hostility and speed that was missing on the side, which was regularly over 90 km / h, and was supported by Moene's off-spin and England's near-field players.
Stuart Broad, who won 1:42, called for a stunning one-handed catch and threw himself backwards to dismiss Alzarri Joseph when West Indies's innings failed.
However, it will be frustrating for England and its fans to enjoy their best day ever on the Tour with the series already lost.
Wood brings back to England
Wood was for a long time tilted as the bowler, who could add an extra zipper to England's attack, but a long-term ankle injury and some disappointing gains have limited his appearance.
In the past England used him in a role as enforcer, wandering around the wicket and being consistently short, but struggling to keep his pace for a long time.
In St. Lucia, however, Root just let Wood in and rumble with the new, longer run-up of the 29-year-old, who allowed him to generate additional tempo at an unfavorable angle.
Wood was introduced on November 21 and demanded two gates in two deliveries. Shai Hope and Roston Chase both played easy kicks and beat Rory Burns in Gully.
Wood's ball to Hope was 92 miles an hour; His hat-trick delivery to Darren Bravo was clocked at 95mph. He mingled, went down to unbalance the batsmen and assist them with full, straight deliveries.
He had had Shimron Hetmyer caught by a short ball in Slip Cordon before Bravo delivered a full delivery to Root on the first slip to leave West Indies 79-6.
Root then rested Wood and brought him back to his cock in a bowl, and the Durham man pushed Shannon Gabriel off with a Yorkman to claim his fifth wrap.
Its pace was complemented by the spin of Moeen, who fired openers Kraigg Brathwaite and John Campbell with successive failures after scoring 57 points for the first wicket.
Campbell had been the attacker who hit James Anderson twice on the ground twice, but he was caught by a frozen ball just after Brathwaite had been caught in the middle of the wicket after an atypical step on the court.
Keemo Paul was taken by surprise by Bairstow in front of Moeen before Broad's excellent catch returned. He ran back from the middle to dismiss Joseph and firmly led England to the top.
Gabriel is burning England together
England has usually collapsed in every innings of this series, mostly because of a series of rashes.
In the morning, however, they were simply overwhelmed in St. Lucia, and Gabriel had experienced an excellent bowling effect when they saw that they had lost their last goals in the last 95 minutes.
Resumed on 231-4, England added only one run before Buttler was mesmerized by a full Gabriel delivery, and the same bowler tormented a nervous Jonny Bairstow.
Bairstow was hit on the front grille as he tried to escape a 93-kph bouncer, and Gabriel lost a hard, trapped chance with the wicketkeeper on two, fighting for the rhythm.
Gabriel evoked memories of former West Indian fast bowlers with his hostile spell, with former windies Stuart Law telling The Cricket Social that the Trinidadian was one of the fastest bowlers in the world.
"I caught some balls in training with Mitch Starc and Pat Cummins, but Shannon Gabriel almost lets you go", said the former Windies coach
"He is such a big, strong guy – physically and mentally strong, and he gives him a certain speed and weight effect – it's amazing to see him approaching you."
After coming through Gabriel's spell, Ben Stokes was spectacularly caught by keeper Shane Dowrich on the square leg after pulling a train up before Bairstow tried again to drive a roach insider.
The gates fell fast, Moeen leaned in and Wood pulled out a leg before Anderson deflected a doorman for the fourth ride.
"It was really fiery stuff from Wood" – what they said
Former English captain Alastair Cook on The Cricket Social: "I do not think there will be a happier dressing room than Mark Wood.
"He always said to me that he always felt that he was below average, it was really fiery stuff from him, you can see how popular he is in this team."
Mark Wood talks to BBC Sport: "The first two or three balls felt pretty good, and then it was a heavy weight from my shoulders to get the wicket, and I felt free.
"All I focused on was the batsman, I was totally in the moment, all I could think when Hetmyer left (the hat-trick) was that Darren Gough would spit.
BBC Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew: "Once again, we realized how much speed each attack can make, we saw fantastic bowling and wonderful catching."
West Indian wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich: "I think we missed the opportunity to use a good spot, Mark Wood came in and made a difference – it was a decent saying and he was keen – but there were also some soft layoffs."