There is one concrete thing that can be said about the first test: England were terrible.
While most people predicted an England win, the Windies utterly dominated, winning by 381 runs. Part-time spin bowler Roston Chase took eight wickets over the course of the match, while eight-placed batsman and team captain Jason Holder scored an unbeaten 202 in the second innings, now topping the all-rounder ranking, the first West Indian to do so since Garfield Sobers. It also means that if the West Indies win either here in Antigua or the next game in St Lucia, the will win the entire three-test series.
West Indies v England is on Sky Main Event and Sky Cricket at 13.30 (play starts at 14.00).