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1975: For England to have drawn the series in West Indies was a surprise, a pleasant one, but not an altogether just one
Fifth Test Match
1975: The final Test was well and deservedly won by England on the strength of two outstanding personal performances -- by Greig, who, bowling almost entirely in his new style as an off-spinner took thirteen wickets for 156, and by Boycott who in each
Fourth Test Match
1975: At Georgetown, March 22, 23, 24, 26, 27
Third Test Match
1975: The third Test was virtually a replay of the second as England again escaped with a determined and skilful batting performance on the last day after four days of running second to West Indies.
Second Test Match
1975: In the end this became the great escape story -- a match apparently lost by England but finally saved by Amiss who batted for the last nine and a half hours and scored 262 not out.
First Test Match
1975: West Indies won by seven wickets, a heavy and disappointing result for England considering that by lunchtime on the fourth day they were in a position to save the match and perhaps even win it.