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Tests: West Indies 5 England 0, ODIs: West Indies 3 England 1

England in the West Indies, 1985-86

1987: It would be less than fair to David Gower and the team he captained in the West Indies to label the tour simply a disaster

Fifth Test Match

WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: Richards's 110 not out in West Indies' second innings, the fastest Test hundred ever in terms of balls received (56 to reach three figures, 58 in all), made the final Test historic on two counts

Fourth Test Match

WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: At Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, April 3, 4, 5

Third Test Match

WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: At Bridgetown, Barbados, March 21, 22, 23, 25

Second Test Match

WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: Up to the start of England's second innings, the second Test developed along similar lines to the first, except that at Queen's Park Oval Richards won the toss and put England in to bat

First Test Match

WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: Only while Gooch and Robinson batted without undue difficulty in the first hour of the match did England promise to give West Indies a harder fight than in 1984

Fourth One-day International

†WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: At Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, March 31

Third One-day International

†WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: At Bridgetown, Barbados, March 19

Second One-day International

†WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: At Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, March 4

First One-day International

†WEST INDIES v ENGLAND 1985-86

1987: A bad injury to Gatting, whose nose was broken when he missed an attempted hook off Marshall from a ball which cannoned off his face into the stumps, did far more damage to England than West Indies' easy victory

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