England cruise to Trent Bridge glory
England completed a nine-wicket victory over West Indies on Monday to secure an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
The visitors looked to have it all to do to save the match as their collapse on Sunday night meant they began day four on 61-6 - a lead of just three runs with only four wickets remaining.
Marlon Samuels and skipper Darren Sammy both scored centuries in the first innings and so they were not without hope of a repeat performance but Sammy fell well short this time after being trapped in front by Tim Bresnan for 25.
Kemar Roach made a breezy 14 before falling to James Anderson, but neither Shane Shillingford or Ravi Rampaul troubled the scorers, with the pair falling to Graeme Swann and Anderson respectively.
Samuels was left high and dry on 76 to complete a memorable match for himself, but England's target of 108 was never going to test the number one-ranked five-day side and they cruised home for the loss of just captain Andrew Strauss for 45.
Bresnan was named man of the match for his eight wickets and 39 runs and England will be looking for further payback from their 1980s maulings when the final Test begins at Edgbaston.