Zimbabwe are bowled out for 175 as West Indies take control on day one of second Test in Dominica.
Zimbabwe struggled again against the West Indies in their second and final Test of the series in the Caribbean.
The tourists were bowled out for just 175 before close of play on the first day, collapsing from a position of 92-3 at lunch.
West Indies spinner Shane Shillingford took another five-for, as he did in the first Test, as captain Brendan Taylor top-scored for Zimbabwe with a modest 33.
In reply the home side made it to 35 before they lost their first wicket with opener Kieran Powell being dismissed by Kyle Jarvis for 24 runs.
Just four balls later Jarvis claimed his second victim of the day and seventh of the series as Darren Bravo was out for a duck, giving a glimmer of hope for the visitors.
However the two men who had returned to the West Indies side for this Test series, Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels, batted until stumps on the first day and put the hosts on 114-2.
Some big hitting from Gayle saw him reach his half-century and finish the day on an unbeaten 61 – scoring 10 fours and a six.
Samuels made it to 26 not-out as the West Indies trail Zimbabwe by 61 runs in the first innings with eight wickets spare.
After beating the Zimbabweans with two days to go in the first Test, the West Indies may have been hoping for more of a competitive match in the second. As it stands though it looks as if the tourists are going to struggle again as they start day two at 14.00 GMT today.