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Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

2006: Australia v West Indies, 2005-06

Peter English

Former bowler queries value of raw pace

Akhtar and Lee not the best, says Garner

Nov 16, 2005: Shoaib Akhtar and Brett Lee, two of the most exciting fast bowlers on the world scene, do not earn any high marks in his book, says Joel Garner, the former West Indian bowling icon

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West Indies in Australia 2005-06

Walsh to help West Indies

Nov 8, 2005: Courtney Walsh pledged to help West Indies wherever possible during the two weeks he has left in Australia

Tony Cozier in Brisbane

West Indies in Australia 2005-06

Hohns faces difficult decisions

Nov 8, 2005: Australia's selectors must decide whether to backflip to a traditional line-up or plough ahead in search of another allrounder

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Australia v West Indies, 1st Test

Watson out for two months

Nov 7, 2005: Shane Watson will have an operation on his dislocated left shoulder and is expected to be out of action for two months

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Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 4th day

Supporting cast comes to the fore

Nov 6, 2005: The one glaring omission from Australia's performance over the first three days was the lack of productivity from beneath the top rung

The Verdict by Peter English at the Gabba

Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 4th day

'I'm there to bowl fast' - Lee

Nov 6, 2005: Brett Lee has spent the past week asking Australian Test captains for advice and he hopes the reconstructed attitude that propelled him to a career-best performance will also produce greater wicket-taking consistency

Peter English at the Gabba

Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 4th day

'This was probably the worst' - Chanderpaul

Nov 6, 2005: Shivnarine Chanderpaul has said that this 379-run thrashing was "probably the worst"

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Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 4th day

West Indies crash to 379-run defeat

Nov 5, 2005: Brett Lee and Nathan Bracken produced an exhilarating display of sheer pace and controlled swing that routed West Indies on the fourth day at the Gabba

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 3rd day

'I'm enjoying my cricket, simple as that' - Warne

Nov 5, 2005: Shane Warne, the Australian legspinner, has given a hint that he might be around for next year's much-awaited Ashes series against England after another sleight-of-hand performance to conjure five West Indian wickets at Brisbane on November 5

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Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 3rd day

Winning definitely a possibility, says Ramdin

Nov 5, 2005: It will take a history-thumping performance, but Dinesh Ramdin believes West Indies are capable of pulling off a chase that currently sits at a distant 508

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Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 3rd day

The return of Matthew Hayden

Nov 5, 2005:

Peter English

Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane

'When Brian is there I always feel myself lift' - McGrath

Nov 4, 2005: Glenn McGrath passed a milestone with bat and ball as he ruined the West Indies first-innings and became the first bowler to claim 100 wickets against them

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Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

The perils of waywardness

Nov 4, 2005: Brett Lee can't be expected to change overnight, but with each performance the economy rate becomes an escalating concern

The Verdict by Peter English at the Gabba

Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 1st day

'We need to rally around each other' - Collymore

Nov 3, 2005: Corey Collymore has demanded greater consistency from his fast-bowling partners after their strong hold over Australia slipped in the final session

Peter English at the Gabba
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