West Indies 148 (Taylor 56, Hartley 4-31) beat England 110 (Dottin 4-19) by 38 runs
West Indies women drew level in their five-match one-day series against England, thanks to a dramatic fightback in another low-scoring contest at Trelawny Stadium in Jamaica.
After batting first, West Indies made 148 all out from 50 overs - one run fewer than England's winning score at the opening fixture on the series on Saturday.
England's slow left-armer, Alex Hartley, took 4 for 31 in 10 overs to give England the upper hand, with Stafanie Taylor top-scoring with 56. In reply, England's captain Heather Knight made 26 and Natalie Sciver 27, as England reached 107 for 4 in the 37th over.
However, they then imploded in spectacular fashion, losing six wickets for three runs to collapse to 110 all out with sevenovers left unused. Deandra Dottin claimed the last four wickets for figures of 4 for 19.
"Dottin came on and had a magnificent spell," England's Laura Marsh told the BBC. "It's unfortunate really. We played really well for the first half but credit goes to Dottin because she's won the game for them. We put ourselves in a brilliant position, the bowlers did a great job. We fancied chasing that score so we're pretty disappointed.
The teams now relocate to Kingston for the final three matches of the series, starting on Friday at Sabina Park.