West Indies captain, Jason Holder insists that his team still “has a lot of work to do” to finish off a shellshocked England when the second Test gets under way today.

According to the Jamaica Observer, the Caribbean side stunned Joe Root’s men by a huge 381 runs in the first Test in Barbados with 27-year-old Holder unforgettably hitting a majestic, career-best 202.

Holder yesterday was quoted saying “It’s great to be 1-0 up, but that’s history. We are happy to be leading in the series but we have our feet firmly on the ground.”

He added that they are not focusing on what happened before in Barbados but are looking forward to today’s match and what is ahead of them.

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