James Anderson celebrates after dismissing Marlon Samuels, equaling Sri Ian  Botham's Test tally of 383 wickets © Getty Images
James Anderson celebrates after dismissing Marlon Samuels, equaling Sri Ian Botham’s Test tally of 383 wickets © Getty Images

West Indies were pushed on the backfoot when they lost two wickets during the first session of the final day of the first Test against England at North Sound in Antigua on Friday. Devon Smith and Marlon Samuels, who were batting at stumps on Day Four, were dismissed for scores of 65 and 23 respectively.  Live Updates: West Indies vs England, 1st Test, Day 5

West Indies resumed from their overnight score of 98 for two after 40 overs, needing 340 to chase the 438-run target set by England earlier on the penultimate day. While Smith departed after getting caught at mid-on by Gary Ballance off the bowling of James Tredwell for a well-paced 65 off 175 balls, Samuels was dismissed after a 59-ball 23, which included two sixes and a boundary when he was caught at gully by Tredwell off the bowling of James Anderson, who equalled Sir Ian Botham’s Test tally of 383 wickets with the dismissal.  Live Cricket Scorecard: West Indies vs England 2015, 1st Test at Antigua Day 5