At lunch, England were 79-1 in their second innings, still 35 runs adrift of West Indies’ first innings 318.
It seemed England would get through the morning session without losing a wicket.
But shortly before the interval, Burns gave his wicket away on 42 when he failed to get over a cut from part-time off-spinner Chase and was caught at backward point by John Campbell to end a stand of 72.
Dom Sibley was 31 not out.
Joe Denly, needing a big score to bolster a low Test average for a batsman of under 30, was unbeaten on one.
England resumed on 15-0 after Burns and Sibley had survived 10 testing overs late on Friday.
But in ideal sunny batting conditions on a placid pitch, the pair got through Saturday’s opening spells from the Windies’ quicks without much trouble.
Burns cover-drove Shannon Gabriel for Saturday’s first boundary and followed that up by straight-driving Kemar Roach for another four.
West Indies were without a frontline spinner after omitting Rahkeem Cornwall.
But they could call upon Chase.
Although primarily a batsman, Chase took a Test-best 8-60 when West Indies beat England at his Barbados home ground last year en route to a 2-1 series win.
But having made a valuable 47 in West Indies’ first innings of this match, he posed few problems until removing Burns in his 10th over.
Meanwhile, the towering Holder struck Sibley, then on 24, a sharp blow on the right elbow with a delivery that rose alarmingly from a good length.
West Indies had dominated the first three days of a match that marked international cricket’s return from lockdown.
They dismissed England for 204, with Holder taking a Test-best 6-42.
West Indies then saw Kraigg Brathwaite make 65, the opener’s first Test fifty in 22 innings, with Shane Dowrich adding a valuable 61.
Stand-in England skipper Ben Stokes, captaining the side in the absence of Joe Root, led the hosts’ attack with 4-49.
Stokes, second to the number one-ranked Holder in the ICC’s Test all-rounder rankings, had earlier top-scored with 43 in England’s first innings after winning the toss. — AFP