West Indies tour of England and Scotland, 2000 /

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A War of Attrition; The Devil Takes the Hindmost

Sep 3, 2000: One thing was certainly obvious after the end of the 4th day's play

Colin Croft

West Indies face uphill task for final day

Sep 3, 2000: A day which would otherwise have passed as largely inconsequential, will in fact, long be remembered for two momentous events

Andy Jalil

Atherton on verge of first London Test century

Sep 3, 2000: Michael Atherton was poised to complete the first London century of his Test career at The Foster's Oval as England's lead over West Indies continued to gather pace

Kate Laven

Atherton and Stewart take risk free option

Sep 3, 2000: England put on an exhibition of patience and prudence at The Foster's Oval this morning to extend their lead over the West Indies to 250 in the final Cornhill Test Match

Kate Laven

Lara is refreshed for the challenges ahead

Sep 3, 2000: Brian Lara says the decline in the performance of the West Indies against England in the current series has "set alarm bells ringing back in the Caribbean"

Staff and agencies

Lara and Adams lead West Indies fightback

Sep 2, 2000: Brian Lara and Jimmy Adams were fighting back for the West Indies today in a bid to rescue the last Cornhill Test match after England's bowlers caused early devastation at the Oval

Kate Laven

There is more high performance gas in tank, says White

Sep 2, 2000: Craig White bowled a delivery at Oval today which may not be his fastest but shall remain as the most famous in his career

Staff and agencies

Hussain's slump continues

Sep 2, 2000: Nasser Hussain, on the verge of becoming the first captain to win a series over West Indies in 31 years, signed off for the season today with personal form hitting the bottom

Staff and agencies

Again!! West Indies in Shambles

Sep 2, 2000: I think it was Nat "King" Cole, the Blues & Soul singer, who had a major hit song called "Again" some time in the past

Colin Croft

West Indies struggle against excellent bowling led by White

Sep 2, 2000: If there has been a theme to this summer's Test series it has been the success of England's vitalized band of pace bowlers

Andy Jalil

England build lead after superb morning

Sep 2, 2000: In a superb morning's cricket for English supporters, the home side again shattered the West Indian batting, reducing the tourists to 86 for eight by the lunch interval

John Ward

Rain halts Northants push for victory

Sep 2, 2000: Rain halted Northamptonshire's push for victory in the Division Two contest against Gloucestershire at Wantage Road, after the visitors were plunged into crisis by the loss of three wickets in 29 balls

Andrew Radd

England on way to first series victory in 1969

Sep 2, 2000: In a superb morning's cricket for English supporters, the home side again shattered the West Indian batting, reducing the tourists to 86 for eight by the lunch interval

John Ward

England in with chance to end 31-year drought

Sep 2, 2000: England have not beaten the West Indies in a rubber since 1969 and thanks to some good work by their batsmen and the inclement weather, they are in with a chance to end the long drought at the Oval

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A strange day

Sep 1, 2000: Even though there was a loss of more than 200 minutes on this second day, it was sometimes hard to understand the plans or indeed the plot of both teams

Colin Croft

Rain and bad light disrupt second day's play

Sep 1, 2000: Squally showers disrupted the second day's play with England's middle and strong lower order batting failing to re-build the innings which had seen a succession of wickets fall on the previous day after the diligent work of the two openers

Andy Jalil

Rain delays start of West Indies innings

Sep 1, 2000: The first session of the second day at The Oval was almost a microcosm of the first day's play

John Ward

West Indies fight back

Sep 1, 2000: The first session of the second day at The Oval was almost a microcosm of the first day's play

John Ward

No play possible before lunch at Scaborough

Sep 1, 2000: Yorkshire have today in which to decide whether to lodge an appeal at the ECB pitches panel's decision last night to dock them eight points because of 'poor' pitch preparation for the current match with county champions and leaders Surrey at

David Warner

West Indies fight back

Sep 1, 2000: The first session of the second day at The Oval was almost a microcosm of the first day's play

John Ward
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Tour Results
England v West Indies at The Oval - Aug 31-Sep 4, 2000
England won by 158 runs
Somerset v West Indians at Taunton - Aug 23-26, 2000
Somerset won by 269 runs
England v West Indies at Leeds - Aug 17-18, 2000
England won by an innings and 39 runs
Scotland v West Indians at Uddingston - Aug 13, 2000
West Indians won by 21 runs
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