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England v South Africa, 4th Test, Headingley, Day 5

Outbatted, outbowled ... and out-thought

Aug 25, 2003: It didn't take long - less than an hour of a gentle workout for South Africa to polish off England's resistance on the fifth morning at Headingley

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

Hussain doubtful for Oval Test after breaking toe

Aug 25, 2003: Nasser Hussain is doubtful for the final Test at The Oval after breaking his toe while batting against South Africa at Headingley on Saturday

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England v South Africa, 4th Test, Headingley, Day 5

Kallis grabs six as England go down with a whimper

Aug 25, 2003: Man of the morning: Jacques Kallis leads South Africa off after blowing England away with 6 for 54 It took South Africa less than an hour to complete a comprehensive 191-run victory over England on the final day of the fourth Test at

The Wisden Bulletin by Martin Williamson

Ngam on the comeback trail

Aug 24, 2003: Fast bowling aficionados everywhere, and South African supporters in general, would have winced with deja vu at the pained departure of Monde Zondeki from Headingley on Friday

by Telford Vice

A question of desire

Aug 24, 2003: This evening's resistance notwithstanding, England are sliding headlong towards another comprehensive defeat

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

South Africans caught short

Aug 24, 2003: Andrew Hall once survived a brutal point-blank shooting at a Johannesburg cashpoint - it's little wonder he has an easy-going attitude to the game of cricket

Spot of the moment by Andrew Miller

South Africa close in on victory after Hall's heroics

Aug 24, 2003: On a day which promised more nip and tuck, South Africa dominated matters from the off and set up a likely victory in the fourth npower Test at Headingley

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

It takes one to know one

Aug 23, 2003: God bless Headingley

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Kirsten and Kallis give South Africa the edge

Aug 23, 2003: Gary Kirsten edged South Africa's nose in front in an intriguing two-horse race as they closed on 164 for 5 - a valuable lead of 199 - after England crumbled to 307 soon after lunch on the third day of the fourth npower Test at Headingley

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

England regain lost ground

Aug 22, 2003: The day started off depressingly for diehard England fans

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

Butcher and Trescothick give England the edge

Aug 22, 2003: Close England 197 for 3 (Hussain 14*, Smith 0*) trail South Africa 342 (Kirsten 130, Zondeki 59) by 145 runs

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

England need to strike early

Aug 22, 2003: Close South Africa 260 for 7 (Kirsten 109*, Zondeki 50*) v England Scorecard Gary Kirsten cuts loose as England lose their way at Headingley © Getty Images England start the second day of the fourth Test against

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Flintoff's foot costs England dear

Aug 21, 2003: It seemed like a minor inconvenience at the time

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

Kirsten and Zondeki transform South Africa's fortunes

Aug 21, 2003: Gary Kirsten scored a fabulously well-paced 109 not out, his 18th in Tests and unquestionably one of his most valuable, to haul South Africa towards a total of some potency on the first day of the fourth npower Test at Headingley

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Smith's anger at Trent Bridge defeat

Aug 20, 2003: Graeme Smith has admitted that he felt "angry" at the way South Africa were beaten in the third Test at Trent Bridge on Monday

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England rediscover their optimism

Aug 20, 2003: After scraping the depths of despair at Lord's, a stirring display on a helpful Trent Bridge track has breathed life back into England's cricketers, who now go to Headingley for the fourth npower Test against South Africa with the series delicately

The Wisden Preview by Freddie Auld

Pollock on top in PwC ratings

Aug 19, 2003: Shaun Pollock has regained the top spot in the PricewaterhouseCoopers ratings for bowlers, after returning figures of 8 for 104 in the third Test against England at Trent Bridge

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Bicknell 'stunned' at call-up

Aug 19, 2003: Martin Bicknell admitted that he was amazed to be recalled to the England squad ten years after the last of his two Tests

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Keeping things in perspective

Aug 19, 2003: James Kirtley: his advantage on the Nottingham pitch stemmed from his accuracy The English media, while delighted at the series-levelling win over South Africa at Trent Bridge (not least because the appeal of the fourth Test means that

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England send for Bicknell at last

Aug 18, 2003: England's selectors have sprung a surprise by recalling Martin Bicknell, the Surrey seamer, into their squad of 13 for the fourth npower Test against South Africa, which starts at Headingley on Thursday

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Tour Results
England v South Africa at The Oval - Sep 4-8, 2003
England won by 9 wickets
Derbyshire v Sth Africans at Derby - Aug 28-30, 2003
Match drawn
England v South Africa at Leeds - Aug 21-25, 2003
South Africa won by 191 runs
England v South Africa at Nottingham - Aug 14-18, 2003
England won by 70 runs
Kent v Sth Africans at Canterbury - Aug 7-9, 2003
Sth Africans won by 101 runs
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