Four wickets for Anderson on Day One in Barbados
Lancashire seamer puts England in control of first Test
The hosts opted to bat first and made a solid start, reaching 132-3 at tea.
But England's all-time leading wicket-takers four wickets all arrived in the final session, dismissing the well-set Shai Hope, Roston Chase and Shane Dowrich - who was caught by Jos Buttler.
Then, in the closing minutes of the day, the 36-year-old got West Indies captain, Jason Holder, with a superb caught and bowled effort.
The Windies ended the day on 264-8 and England will be looking to wrap the innings up on Day Two in Barbados when Keaton Jennings and Buttler will have the chance to bat.
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