West Indies hero Jason Holder feels his team will take a psychological advantage into the second Test against England after batting out the final day to salvage a draw in the first Test in Antigua on Friday.
There are dull draws and there are rivetting ones, and Friday's Houdini-esque great escape by a spirited West Indies side certainly goes into the upper reaches of the second category.
The Mumbai Indians posted a target of nearly 200 runs on Friday but were still unable to record a win, as the Chennai Super Kings chased down the 184 required with six wickets in hand and 20 balls to spare.
Even though his side is up against history on Day five of the first Test against England in Antigua, West Indies coach Phil Simmons believe they can still pull off a famous win.
The West Indies managed a brave 98 for two after Alastair Cook set the mammoth task of chasing 438 runs for victory when he declared shortly before Tea on the fourth day in Antigua.