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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

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

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

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

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

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

Flintoff and Key seal the series for England

Aug 16, 2004: Robert Key and Andrew Flintoff sealed England's sixth consecutive Test victory of the summer, and the ninth in their last ten matches, as a spirited West Indian side were overwhelmed in the final session at Old Trafford

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

Flintoff approaching true greatness

Aug 15, 2004: At 4.45pm Andrew Flintoff bowled a horrid 90mph bouncer that Brian Lara could only fend to second slip, from in front of his throat

The Wisden Verdict by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford

Thorpe and Butcher will miss final Test

Aug 15, 2004: England were dealt a double injury blow today with the news that Graham Thorpe will miss the final Test after breaking a finger at Old Trafford, while Mark Butcher has collected yet another muscle injury and will miss the game too

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford

Jacobs has knee operation

Aug 15, 2004: Ridley Jacobs has been ruled out of the remainder of West Indies' tour of England after undergoing surgery to repair a small tear in his right knee

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

The strange case of the unresumed innings

Aug 15, 2004: The strange case of the batsman who retired hurt (or didn't)

Roving Reporter by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

West Indies wobble to set up thrilling climax

Aug 15, 2004: The morning session may have belonged to West Indies, but England dominated the final two extended passages of play on the fourth day at Old Trafford and reduced West Indies to 161 for 9, an overall lead of 226, when bad light ended play on another

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 2nd day

Moving talk amid the showers

Aug 13, 2004: Roving Reporter at the third Test at Old Trafford

Roving Reporter by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

England v West Indies, 2nd Test, Edgbaston, 4th day

England retain the Wisden Trophy

Aug 1, 2004: England stormed to victory in the second Test at Edgbaston, winning by 256 runs after tea on the fourth day to go 2-0 up in the series and thus retain the Wisden Trophy

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

England v West Indies, 2nd Test, Edgbaston, 3rd day

England build the foundations

Jul 31, 2004: After an eventful third day's play at Edgbaston, England were in control of the match, despite a West Indian fightback with the ball after tea

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

England v West Indies, 2nd Test, Edgbaston, 2nd day

West Indies fight back after Flintoff's blitz

Jul 30, 2004: England took charge on the second day at Edgbaston, with Andrew Flintoff's 167 leading a helter-skelter charge to 566, after which Matthew Hoggard ripped out two quick wickets

The Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch
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Series Results
England v West Indies at The Oval - Aug 19-21, 2004
England won by 10 wickets
England v West Indies at Manchester - Aug 12-16, 2004
England won by 7 wickets
England v West Indies at Birmingham - Jul 29-Aug 1, 2004
England won by 256 runs
England v West Indies at Lord's - Jul 22-26, 2004
England won by 210 runs
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