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West Indies upset India in Coca-Cola Cup final

Jul 7, 2001: In an upset result, West Indies overturned the form book to record a 16-run victory over India on Saturday to win the Coca-Cola Cup final at the Harare Sports Club, after twice losing to the same opposition in the preliminary round

John Ward

Amendment to Ridley Jacobs suspension

Jul 7, 2001: As a result of having been advised of certain media information it has been confirmed by Gregory Shillingford, Chief Executive Officer of the West Indies Cricket Board, that Ridley Jacobs will not be touring Kenya after the completion of the Zimbabwe

ZCU Media Release

Laxman returns for Coca-Cola Cup final

Jul 7, 2001: Indian captain Saurav Ganguly confirmed that V V S Laxman will play in the final of the triangular one-day series against West Indies in Harare on Saturday while Ajit Agarkar and Harvinder Singh were the bowlers likely to be left out of the eleven

Follow the basics and keep things simple is Nehra's mantra

Jul 6, 2001: Ashish Nehra knows how to put his theories into practice - and with very successful results

India, the outstanding team in the competition, deserve to win

Jul 6, 2001: The final of Zimbabwe's first triangular tournament takes place tomorrow, with the home side, demoralized by injuries and controversy off the field, out of it

John Ward

India look favourites to win Coca-Cola Cup final against West Indies

Jul 6, 2001: The final of Zimbabwe's first triangular tournament takes place tomorrow, with the home side, demoralised by injuries and controversy off the field, out of it

John Ward

India hope to be fourth time lucky

Jul 6, 2001: Going by their current form, and the inconsistency of the opposition, India look runaway favourites for tomorrow's final of the triangular one-day series against West Indies, as they aim to set recent history right

Is it a new dawn for quick bowling in India?

Jul 6, 2001: Ever since the quartet of spinners disappeared from the scene, Indian cricket has never enjoyed the reputation of a strong side

Erapalli Prasanna

The curious case of a player being punished for an umpire's mistake

Jul 6, 2001: The 29th over of the Indian reply chasing a West Indian total of 230 in the Coca Cola Cup triangular series game at Harare on Wednesday sparked off a rather strange controversy

Anand Vasu

Shock suspension as Jacobs banned from series he wasn't chosen for

Jul 5, 2001: In a shock announcement from Zimbabwe today, the ZCU (Zimbabwe Cricket Union) announced that West Indies wicketkeeper Ridley Jacobs had been suspended for three one-day internationals following an incident in Wednesday's Coca-Cola Cup match against

Rick Eyre

Shrugging off drug charges, Indian team aims to retain focus for final

Jul 5, 2001: While the Indian cricket team trying to shrug off allegations of drug use by some of its members and retaining focus on the Coca Cola Cup tri-series final against West Indies on Saturday, physio Andrew Leipus has come up strongly in defence of his

Windies wicket-keeper Jacobs banned

Jul 5, 2001: West Indian wicket-keeper Ridley Jacobs has been suspended for the three One Day Internationals versus Kenya, being 15, 16 and 19 August 2001, as a result of an incident during the One Day International Match held on 4 July, in Harare, Zimbabwe,

Media Release

Ridley Jacobs suspended for three ODIs

Jul 5, 2001: West Indian wicketkeeper Ridley Jacobs has been suspended for three One Day Internationals against Kenya, on August 15, 16 and 19 as a result of an incident during the Coca Cola Cup ODI against India at Harare on Wednesday

I want to score many more hundreds, says Tendulkar

Jul 5, 2001: With three man of the match awards from four games in the ongoing triangular series in Zimbabwe, Sachin Tendulkar says he is extremely keen to "score more and more hundreds", a statement certain to ring alarm bells for the other finalists, the West

6th Match, India v West Indies, Coca Cola Cup, Statistical Highlights

Jul 5, 2001: It was the 1733rd ODI in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Tendulkar is still hungry to score more

Jul 5, 2001: Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar who scored his 29th one-dayer ton today, said as a batsman he would like to carry on the good work

Cuffy injury setback to West Indies' hopes

Jul 4, 2001: The West Indies are anxiously awaiting a doctor's report this morning they fear could end Cameron Cuffy's tour of Zimbabwe and Kenya

Tony Cozier

Tendulkar's 29th century hands India a comfortable victory

Jul 4, 2001: This last match of the first round of the triangular tournament was meaningless as far as the competition was concerned, as both teams had already qualified at the expense of Zimbabwe

John Ward

Rotation policy augurs well for team reserves

Jul 4, 2001: At the start of the Indian cricket team's tour of Zimbabwe, I predicted that Debasish Mohanty would return to India without playing a single Test or one-day international

V Ramnarayan

Alistair Campbell's diary: Reflections on Zimbabwean cricket's 'toughest hour'

Jul 3, 2001: As most of you probably have gathered, our participation in the Coca-Cola triangular tournament is now at an end

Alistair Campbell
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Tournament Results
India v West Indies at Harare - Jul 7, 2001
West Indies won by 16 runs
India v West Indies at Harare - Jul 4, 2001
India won by 6 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Bulawayo - Jul 1, 2001
West Indies won by 5 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
India v West Indies at Bulawayo - Jun 30, 2001
India won by 6 wickets (with 37 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v India at Bulawayo - Jun 27, 2001
India won by 4 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
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