WEST INDIES, 2nd INNINGS, 196; INDIA 500/9d
OVER 54 || SCORE 215/5 (Chase 70; Dowrich 33)
After extended morning session teams go for lunch with West Indies coming back strongly on the final day.
Only one wicket for India, that of Jermaine Blacwood who played a quick-fire knock of 63 runs off 54 balls. He posted a 93-run stand with Roston Chase.
After his fall, Roston combined once again with Shane Dowrich for an unbeaten 74-run stand. And thanks to these two stands, West Indies have reduced the deficit to 89 runs.
OVER 50 || SCORE 204/5 (Chase 65; Dowrich 27)
Roston Chase and Shane Dowrich have shown true grit and patience against the Indian bowling attack, and might just well able to save the match today.
But it will be a huge asked for them as there are more than 60 overs' play left on the final day.
They have added 63 runs in 16.3 overs.
Seven runs came from the fiftied over, bowled by Ravichandran Ashwin, and West Indies have crossed the 200-run mark. Deficit 100.
OVER 41 || SCORE 177/5 (Chase 51; Dowrich 14)
Brilliant batting from Roston Chase. The 22-year-old his his first test fifty in a demanding situation. He and Shane Dowrich have posted a 36-run stand.
West Indies still trail by 127 runs.
OVER 36 || SCORE 147/5 (Chase 29; Dowrich 6)
Jermaine Blackwood's fighting innings was folded by Ravichandran Ashwin. That happened in the 34th over with a forward diving Cheteshwar Pujara taking sensational catch at short forward.
WICKET: Jermaine Blackwood c Cheteshwar Pujara b R Ashwin 63 (54b)
Roston Chase now has Shane Dowrich for company. And he can bat.
In the last 10 overs, West Indies have scored 46 runs losing a wicket. But they still need another 157 runs to avoid innings defeat.
OVER 25 || SCORE 100/4 (Blackwood 31; Chase 21)
India managed to put a brake on the run-away scoring rate, but West Indies have good a partnership going on between Jermaine Blackwood and Roston Chase. They have already added more than fifty runs for the fifth-wicket stand.
OVER 20 || SCORE 88/4 (Blackwood 26; Chase 16)
Mohammed Shami started the proceedings with the remaining ball from the yesterday's last over. Almost a wicket. Huge shout for caught behind. Roston Chase survived.
Then, West Indies score quick runs. The 20th over, bowled by Shami went for 15 runs, with two fours and a six. The previous over, bowled by Amit Mishra, resulted in 12 runs. And eight runs from the 18th over.
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Day 4 Recap
Rain, rain go away, India wants to play! That's what Virat Kohli and Co sang yesterday even as West Indies found comfort in the prospects of a no result.
Only 15.5 overs were bowled on the penultimate day of the 2nd Test match of the series, an in those 95 legitimate deliveries, India wrecked havoc in the West Indies batting line-up.
When the play stopped on Day 4, West Indies were 48/4 and still needing 256 more runs to make India bat.
After Virat Kohli declared India;s innings at 500/9, West Indies started the Day 4's play from the scratch. But their opening pair lasted only 14 balls with Ishant Sharma removing Rajendra Chandrika early.
Another opener Kraigg Brathwaite became AMit Mishra's first victim of the innings, in the 13th over. It was followed by a Mohammed Amir burst, who got the wickets of Darren Bravo and Marlon Samuels.
Despite good shows from their bowlers, India had a frustrating day of cricket with rain playing spoilsport.
To make a rare two wins in a row in an away series, India will need to take the remaining six wickets today. Rain or no rain!
Welcome to our coverage of the Day 5 of second Test match between West Indies and India, being played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamica.