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England v India, NatWest Challenge, 3rd match, Lord's

Gough makes his mark for posterity

Sep 5, 2004: This summer has been all about the collective

Andrew Miller

England v India, 3rd match, NatWest Challenge

India's seamers come to the party

Sep 5, 2004: In the end, England's woeful start came back to haunt them

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

The Paper Round

Changing the batting order and Dravid's burden

Sep 5, 2004: The reaction to India's current dip in form has been similar to the invective thrown at them before the start of the World Cup last year

Wisden Cricinfo staff

NatWest Challenge

Vaughan lauds mighty Flintoff

Sep 4, 2004: Michael Vaughan refused to let his own dismal run with the bat take the sheen off England's emphatic victories in the NatWest Challenge against India

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Confusion over identity of replacement

Tendulkar out of Champions Trophy

Sep 4, 2004: Sachin Tendulkar has been ruled out of the ICC Champions Trophy, after failing to recover from a bout of tennis elbow

Anand Vasu

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 2nd match, The Oval

Is Botham the Old Flintoff?

Sep 3, 2004: Verdict

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 2nd match

Flintoff's 99 sets up a thumping victory

Sep 3, 2004: England broke their 11-match run of defeats after batting first in one-dayers with an emphatic 70-run victory over India to clinch the NatWest Challenge in the second game at The Oval

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 2nd match

'We need the right mindset' - Ganguly

Sep 3, 2004: Sourav Gangulty has said that India's performance in the next four to five months will be a clear indicator of how good a captain he really is

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England's injury worry

X-ray reveals no fracture in Flintoff thumb

Sep 2, 2004: The England camp was breathing a sigh of relief this morning, after it was revealed that Andrew Flintoff had not fractured his right thumb while fielding, during the opening match of the NatWest Challenge at Trent Bridge on Wednesday

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 1st match

'I tried to go about it my way,' says Solanki

Sep 1, 2004: After the match Vikram Solanki, who scored 52, talked about his successful return to the England one-day side

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 1st match, Trent Bridge

Top of the form

Sep 1, 2004: Verdict

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 1st match

England race to seven-wicket victory

Sep 1, 2004: It was always going to take something spectacular to extract England's one-day team from their recent slough of despond, and so it proved at Trent Bridge, as India were overwhelmed by seven wickets in the opening match of the NatWest Challenge

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

NatWest Challenge 2004

Solanki to open on return to the side

Sep 1, 2004: Vikram Solanki will celebrate his recall to the England side by opening the innings in the first NatWest Challenge match against India, with Michael Vaughan dropping down to bat at three

Wisden Cricinfo staff

NatWest Challenge 2004

Dravid will continue to keep, says Ganguly

Sep 1, 2004: Despite the presence of Dinesh Karthik, a specialist wicketkeeper-batsman in the squad, Rahul Dravid will continue with his role behind the stumps as India take on England in the NatWest Challenge

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 1st match

The middleweight championship

Aug 31, 2004: The NatWest Challenge should be a keen tussle between two teams that have forgotten how to win consistently in the limited-overs version of the game, each desperate to run into some semblance of form before the Champions Trophy

Preview by Dileep Premachandran

ICC Champions Trophy 2004

Ganguly pins hopes on Reid

Aug 31, 2004: Bruce Reid, the former former Australian fast bowler who had assisted the Indian team during its last tour to Australia, has rejoined them for another stint to help India's fledgling pace bowlers during the NatWest challenge against England and the

Wisden Cricinfo staff

NatWest Challenge

Tendulkar to miss one-dayers against England

Aug 30, 2004: Sachin Tendulkar has failed a fitness test and is ruled of the NatWest Challenge, the three-match one-day series against England, beginning on September 1

Wisden Cricinfo staff

NatWest Challenge 2004

Dinesh Mongia could be drafted in

Aug 29, 2004: Dinesh Mongia could be drafted into the Indian squad for the NatWest Challenge against England if Sachin Tendulkar fails a fitness test at Trent Bridge tomorrow

Wisden Cricinfo staff

NatWest Challenge 2004

Alex Wharf called up by England

Aug 26, 2004: The Glamorgan allrounder, Alex Wharf, has been drafted into England's squad for next week's NatWest Challenge, as a replacement for Kabir Ali, who has developed a stomach injury

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Indian team leaves for back-to-back tournaments

Ganguly - 'We can pick up the momentum'

Aug 16, 2004: At quarter past midnight, with only hours to go before the Indian team left on a 40-day tour that encompasses three one-day tournaments, Sourav Ganguly took a few minutes off his busy schedule to speak to the media

Anand Vasu
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Series Results
England v India at Lord's - Sep 5, 2004
India won by 23 runs
England v India at The Oval - Sep 3, 2004
England won by 70 runs
England v India at Nottingham - Sep 1, 2004
England won by 7 wickets (with 106 balls remaining)
England v Wales at Cardiff - Jun 19, 2004
England won by 6 wickets (with 64 balls remaining)
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