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Third Test

Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

2006: Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

Peter English

Second Test

Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

2006: Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

Peter English

First Test

Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

2006: Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

Peter English

Series Review

Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

2006: Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

Peter English

West Indies in Australia 2005-06

Windies board complains to ICC over umpiring

Dec 3, 2005: The West Indies board (WICB) has lodged an official complaint with the ICC about the standard of umpiring in the recent series in Australia.

ESPNcricinfo staff

Prime Minister's XI v West Indians, Canberra

Rain signals disappointing end to West Indies tour

Dec 2, 2005: The Prime Minister's XI were declared winners by six runs on the Duckworth-Lewis system in the 50-over clash with the West Indians after scoring a massive 4 for 316

ESPNcricinfo staff

Wasting the Lara legacy

Of misguided celebrations and misplaced priorities

Nov 30, 2005: Don't use Brian Lara's latest record-breaking achievement as just another excuse for a lavish homecoming

Fazeer Mohammed

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Australia responsible to play in the best spirit - Lara

Nov 29, 2005: Brian Lara, the West Indian batsman, said that Australia, the world's best team, have a responsibility to play cricket in the best spirit

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Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Keep current umpiring system - Ponting

Nov 29, 2005: Ricky Ponting has said that the current system of umpiring should stay inspite of a spate of debatable decisions during the third Test at Adelaide

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Marks out of Ten - West Indies

Bravo and Ramdin provide the hope

Nov 29, 2005: Despite the one-sided result, West Indies will be pleased with the performances of some of the young players

Peter English

Marks out of ten - Australia

Hayden finds his groove

Nov 29, 2005: Australia cleanswept the series 3-0 and boast the top performers in a contest that increased its competitiveness as November wore on

Peter English

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Hayden takes Australia to 3-0 sweep

Nov 29, 2005: An unbeaten 87 by Matthew Hayden led the way for Australia, as they clinched a seven-wicket win in the third Test at Adelaide to seal the series 3-0

The Bulletin by S Rajesh

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide

Warne cleared of dissent

Nov 29, 2005: Shane Warne, who took 6 for 80 in the second innings, was found not guilty of dissent after being charged for an incident in the final over of day three

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Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Warne at his magical best

Nov 28, 2005: Shane Warne ended his bowling participation in this series the way he started it by showing his full range of deliveries

Peter English

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Warne puts Australia in sight of victory

Nov 28, 2005: A Test in which both teams had held sway at different stages turned - probably decisively - Australia's way of the fourth day at Adelaide

The Bulletin by S Rajesh

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 3rd day

The find of the series

Nov 27, 2005: West Indies have unearthed a priceless allrounder on this tour while Australia's search for a capable one remains unfulfilled

Peter English

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 3rd day

Hussey and Bravo share the honours

Nov 27, 2005: After scoring a hundred at the top of the order at Hobart, Michael Hussey showed just how valuable he could be in the middle order, making a fine unbeaten 91

The Bulletin by S Rajesh

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 2nd day

Langer's predictable comeback

Nov 26, 2005: Justin Langer had a good reason for tunnel vision in his return from a fractured rib and was in battle mode

The Verdict by Peter English

Brian Lara

The Lara odyssey

Nov 26, 2005: Lara may have just broken Border's record, but to measure his greatness one must turn to many other greats

Vaneisa Baksh

The world run-scoring record

The Lara story in numbers

Nov 26, 2005: Numbers might not do full justice to the genius that is Brian Lara, but they do offer a offer a good indication of his vast talents

S Rajesh
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Tour Results
PM's XI v West Indians at Canberra - Dec 2, 2005
PM's XI won by 6 runs (D/L method)
Australia v West Indies at Adelaide - Nov 25-29, 2005
Australia won by 7 wickets
Australia v West Indies at Hobart - Nov 17-21, 2005
Australia won by 9 wickets
Victoria v West Indians at Melbourne - Nov 13, 2005
Victoria won by 4 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Victoria v West Indians at Melbourne - Nov 11-13, 2005
Match drawn
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