England cricket Q&A: Legends Ian Botham and Bob Willis talk bowling with successors James Anderson and Stuart Broad

West Indies hit back hard at England on the first morning at Headingley, and yet somehow they will still be kicking themselves at lunch.

They reduced England to 37-3 thanks to an impressive display of disciplined fast bowling from the recalled Shannon Gabriel and the class of Kemar Roach.

Only five boundaries had been hit in the first 20 overs of the game and it was fair to say England were under the kosh in a way they simply never were in Birmingham.

And yet when Joe Root, arguably the finest batsman on the planet right now, edged a simple chance to Keiran Powell at slip when he had made just eight, it was dropped.

It was such a simple chance in that position that Root had already started to walk back to the pavilion and had to stop himself and turn back. If you’re a West Indies fan it was quite a sickener.

It might also have made Tom Westley and Mark Stoneman feel a little better about themselves after getting out for three and 19 respectively.

There are real issues for Westley to deal with after missing another straight ball, while Stoneman gave it away with a booming drive that he edged behind.