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Long Shot Summer

The year of four England captains

Sep 26, 2015: A look back at 1988, which is up there in the ranks of England cricket's most shambolic periods

Alan Gardner

The Wisden Cricketer - February

No admission - England NOT in India, 1988-89

Feb 1, 2006: England had suffered a disastrous summer in 1988, losing 5-0 to West Indies and going through four captains. A tour to India beckoned and the selectors named a youthful squad under the captaincy of Graham Gooch

Interviews by Nick Hoult

Third Texaco Trophy Match

England v West Indies 1988

1989: At Lord's, May 23, 24

Second Texaco Trophy Match

England v West Indies 1988

1989: At Leeds, May 21

First Texaco Trophy Match

England v West Indies 1988

1989: Toss: England

Fourth Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v WEST INDIES 1988

1989: Toss: West Indies

David Norrie

First Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v WEST INDIES 1988

1989: Toss: England

Andrew Longmore

Tests: England 0 West Indies 4, ODIs: England 3 West Indies 0

The West Indians in England, 1988

1989: The morale and reputation of English cricket has seldom been as severely bruised as it was during the 1988 Cornhill Insurance Test series against West Indies

Tony Cozier

Fifth Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v WEST INDIES 1988

1989: Toss: England

David Field

Third Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v WEST INDIES 1988

1989: Toss: England

Graham Otway

Second Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v WEST INDIES 1988

1989: Toss: West Indies

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