: Jimmy Anderson helped propel England towards an emphatic final Test victory by regaining the missing swing that has seen him have a rare quiet time in a series already lost by England.
Anderson took three quick wickets after England had added 36 runs in 25 minutes before Joe Root declared on 361 for five after he had been dismissed by Shannon Gabriel.
West Indies reached tea on 136 for six, well adrift of the 485 victory target with England likely needing only three more wickets to win with the injured Keemo Paul unlikely to bat.
Root waited until he had almost left the field before calling Ben Stokes, who remained unbeaten on 48, in and setting West Indies a monumental 485 to win but, slightly more feasibly, try to survive five and a half sessions to try to escape with a draw.
And that immediately became just as unlikely for West Indies when Anderson struck in his first over, forcing John Campbell into a loose drive off his first ball and the third of the innings to offer Moeen Ali a screamer of a catch in the slips.
It was quickly two when West Indies acting captain Kraigg Brathwaite fell to another swinging delivery from the imperious Anderson that he could only steer to Stokes in the slips and England had their third when Anderson forced Darren Bravo into edging to Root.
It could have been even better for England but Jos Buttler, surprisingly fallible in the field without the gloves, dropped his 10th out of 14 chancers since he returned to Test cricket last summer to reprieve Shai Hope before he had scored.
It was hardly a surprise that the unlucky bowler was Stuart Broad, who has had more catches dropped off him than any other bowler in world cricket.
No matter. England's superiority was emphasised when Mark Wood, the star of the first innings with his first five-wicket haul with some of the fastest bowling seen in years, struck again to have Hope lob the ball towards Broad at cover.
Only two wickets fell after lunch, with Shimron Hetmyer run out after brilliant glovework from Jonny Bairstow.
Shane Dowrich was then caught at slip by Ben Stokes off Moeen Ali.
They may have found their feet too late to salvage this series but at least they have steered their ship back in the right direction in their final Test ahead of an Ashes summer.