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Fourth Test Match

England v West Indies

2005:

Fazeer Mohammed

Third Test Match

England v West Indies

2005:

Paul Coupar

Second Test Match

England v West Indies

2005:

Hugh Chevallier

First Test Match

England v West Indies

2005:

Steven Lynch

Tour Summary

The West Indians in England

2005: A review of the West Indies tour to England, 2004

Stephen Fay

Young Cricketer of the Year

Ian Bell honoured by Cricket Writers' Club

Aug 26, 2004: Ian Bell last night earned some consolation for missing out on a place in England's squad for the winter tour of South Africa, as he was named by the Cricket Writers' Club as their Young Cricketer of the Year, at their annual dinner in Hyde Park,

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v West Indies 2004

The magnificent seventh

Aug 23, 2004: At The Oval on Saturday, England completed an unprecedented summer of success with their seventh win in a row

Andrew Miller

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Oval

Bring on the Aussies

Aug 22, 2004: As England wrapped up a 4-0 series whitewash with victory in the fourth Test at The Oval, the country's press looked forward to one thing: The Ashes

The Paper Round by Liam Brickhill

England v West Indies 2004

Sterner challenges lie ahead

Aug 22, 2004: There aren't many people left who have seen England win seven Tests in a row

The Wisden Series Verdict by Steven Lynch

PwC ratings

Harmison rises to the top of the ratings

Aug 21, 2004: Steve Harmison is the best bowler in the world, according to the PwC ratings

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Oval, 3rd day

Anderson shines on a golden day

Aug 21, 2004: On the day that Great Britain embarked on an Olympic gold rush, the nation's cricketers caught the mood immaculately with a clinical performance at The Oval

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Oval, 3rd day

England in seventh heaven

Aug 21, 2004: James Anderson was the star of England's show, grabbing four wickets in West Indies' second innings, to set up the whitewash on the third day at The Oval

The Wisden Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Oval, 2nd day

The last piece of the jigsaw

Aug 20, 2004: Verdict

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

August 19-23, 2004

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Oval

Aug 20, 2004: Day 3 Bulletin - England reach their seventh heaven Verdict - Anderson shines on a golden day Big Picture - The celebrations start Quotes - Lara vows not to walk away

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Oval, 2nd day

Harmison speeds England towards the whitewash

Aug 20, 2004: Stephen Harmison marked a stunning return to form on the second day of the final Test, taking eight wickets in all, including his 100th in Tests, as England took total control at The Oval

The Wisden Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

The Friday Column

Murali-less Sri Lanka, and dominant partnerships

Aug 20, 2004: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Brit Oval, 1st day

England's evolution

Aug 19, 2004: Watching England in 2004 has been like watching one of those time-lapse photography sequences so beloved of David Attenborough

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Brit Oval, 1st day

England's evolution

Aug 19, 2004: Watching England in 2004 has been like watching one of those time-lapse photography sequences so beloved of David Attenborough

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

England v West Indies, 4th Test, The Oval

History beckons for England

Aug 17, 2004: It used only to be Australians who suffered from dead-rubber syndrome - that most infuriating of conditions whereby a dominant side could write off a failure to complete a clean-sweep by claiming that the match never mattered anyway

Andrew Miller

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 5th day

Brimming with confidence

Aug 16, 2004: Paul Coupar runs the rule over England's victorious XI

The Wisden Verdict by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford
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Tour Results
Ireland v West Indians at Belfast - Jun 17, 2004
Ireland won by 6 wickets (with 19 balls remaining)
Ireland v West Indians at Belfast - Jun 16, 2004
West Indians won by 96 runs
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