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  Statistical Highlights - West Indies v. England - 13/04/2015  
  Ian Bell scored 143 runs from 256 balls in the match, which was his twenty second century, see Players Scoring Ten Centuries , second against the West Indies, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, first in the West Indies, see Performances in England, and he has now scored 7,299 runs at an average of 45.62. See England Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs.

James Anderson reached the 100 Tests milestone in the match, and became the twelfth England player to reach the 100 Tests milestone. See Players Playing 100 Test Matches.

Jermaine Blackwood scored 112 not out from 220 balls in the match, which was his maiden century, and he has now scored 355 runs at an average of 50.71. See Jermaine Blackwood.

Gary Ballance scored 122 runs from 250 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his fourth century, first against the West Indies, and he has now scored 861 runs at an average of 61.5. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Jason Holder scored 103 not out from 149 balls in the second innings of the match, which t was his maiden century, and he has now scored 235 runs at an average of 39.17. See Jermaine Blackwood.

James Anderson took 2/72 in the second innings of the match and took his aggregate to 384 wickets, and surpassed Ian Botham's record of 383 wickets for most wickets by an England player. See England Players Taking 300 Career Wickets.

 
 
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