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First One-Day International

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

Second Test

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

First Test

Bangladesh v India

2005: The Indians in Bangladesh, 2004-05

Amit Varma

Fourth Test

Australia v India

2005:

Matthew Engel

Third Test

Australia v India

2005:

Mike Coward

Second Test

Australia v India

2005:

Sambit Bal

First Test

Australia v India

2005:

Sambit Bal

Third One-Day International

England v India

2005:

Julian Guyer

Second One-Day International

England v India

2005:

Julian Guyer

First One-Day International

England v India

2005:

Julian Guyer

Tour Summary

The Indians in England, 2004

2005: A review of India's tour to England, 2004

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 1st match, Trent Bridge

Top of the form

Sep 1, 2004: Verdict

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 1st match

England race to seven-wicket victory

Sep 1, 2004: It was always going to take something spectacular to extract England's one-day team from their recent slough of despond, and so it proved at Trent Bridge, as India were overwhelmed by seven wickets in the opening match of the NatWest Challenge

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

England v India, NatWest Challenge, 1st match

The middleweight championship

Aug 31, 2004: The NatWest Challenge should be a keen tussle between two teams that have forgotten how to win consistently in the limited-overs version of the game, each desperate to run into some semblance of form before the Champions Trophy

Preview by Dileep Premachandran

Will have another year as India's coach

John Wright's contract extended

Aug 16, 2004: John Wright has been retained as India's coach for a further year

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Media Release

Trevor Hohns on selection of the Australian team for the second 3-sponsored Test

Dec 12, 2003: The National Selection Panel (NSP) today named Western Australian fast-bowler Brad Williams in the Australian XI for the second 3-sponsored Test match against India at the Adelaide Oval.

Cricket Australia
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Tour Results
India v Pakistan at Birmingham - Sep 19, 2004
Pakistan won by 3 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
India v Kenya at Southampton - Sep 11, 2004
India won by 98 runs
England v India at Lord's - Sep 5, 2004
India won by 23 runs
England v India at The Oval - Sep 3, 2004
England won by 70 runs
England v India at Nottingham - Sep 1, 2004
England won by 7 wickets (with 106 balls remaining)
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