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Australia v India, VB Series, Sydney

Lee's place under intense scrutiny

Jan 20, 2004: There is no doubting that Brett Lee is fast, but his future as an international one-day bowler is under close scrutiny after his dismal performance against India at The Gabba on Sunday

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Media Release

Stephen Waugh to captain Prime Minister's XI against India

Jan 16, 2004: Cricket Australia today announced that Stephen Waugh will lead the Prime Minister's XI in the tour match against India at Canberra's Manuka Oval on 28 January.

Cricket Australia

The Thursday column

Spare the umpire

Jan 15, 2004: If Steve Bucknor is looking for some R & R, he should strike India off his list of possible destinations

Sambit Bal

India in Australia 2003-04

'Other teams should learn from India'

Jan 13, 2004: The Indian squad currently touring Australia has impressed many critics with their work ethic and team spirit, and the latest to join their fan club was Bruce Reid, bowling coach of the Indian team on the tour

Wisden Cricinfo staff

India in Australia 2003-04

A celebration of cricket

Jan 7, 2004: Already there is whiff of nostalgia in the air

The Wisden Verdict by Rahul Bhattacharya

India in Australia 2003-04

A celebration of cricket

Jan 7, 2004: Already there is whiff of nostalgia in the air

The Wisden Verdict by Rahul Bhattacharya

India's tour of Australia: Marks out of ten

Inspired and inspirational

Jan 7, 2004: The series in Australia which just concluded was a landmark one for the Indian team

Amit Varma

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney

A 'reasonably sporting' declaration

Jan 7, 2004: The Test series was undecided until the fourth-last over of the final day of the very last match

The Paper Round by Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney

A 'reasonably sporting' declaration

Jan 7, 2004: The Test series was undecided until the fourth-last over of the final day of the very last match

The Paper Round by Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 2003-04

Waugh scraps on

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh's final innings contained all his trademark shots while Simon Katich continued to dominate the spinners

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 2003-04

Waugh scraps on

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh's final innings contained all his trademark shots while Simon Katich continued to dominate the spinners

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Sourav Ganguly - 'We could have bowled better'

Jan 6, 2004: At the post-match press conference, Sourav Ganguly wore a vacant look, of disappointment and frustration

Sambit Bal at the SCG

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

A touch of romance

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh departed the stage as he had graced it, shorn of frills and gimmicks, walking swiftly back with a few waves of the bat in honour of those who made it such a memorable occasion

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

A touch of romance

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh departed the stage as he had graced it, shorn of frills and gimmicks, walking swiftly back with a few waves of the bat in honour of those who made it such a memorable occasion

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Steve Waugh - 'No sledging in cricket, mate'

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh admitted that it had taken him until the last innings of a distinguished 168-Test career to realise that

Dileep Premachandran at the SCG

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Waugh's last stand

Jan 6, 2004: It was an irony that a man whose bequest to cricket is the elimination of the draw should end his Test career with one.

Sambit Bal at the SCG

Save the on-field umpire

On age and technology

Jan 6, 2004: In the middle of a fascinating period of play, the last thing you wanted to see was this: players looking up at replays on a giant screen, in dismay and anger; the crowd gasping at an umpiring decision that was clearly wrong; the umpire in question,

Amit Varma

Save the on-field umpire

On age and technology

Jan 6, 2004: In the middle of a fascinating period of play, the last thing you wanted to see was this: players looking up at replays on a giant screen, in dismay and anger; the crowd gasping at an umpiring decision that was clearly wrong; the umpire in question,

Amit Varma

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Waugh saves his final battle

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh made 80 in his last Test innings, and with Simon Katich making an unbeaten 77, Australia ended up with 357 for 6 to draw the Test

The Wisden Bulletin

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Waugh saves his final battle

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh made 80 in his last Test innings, and with Simon Katich making an unbeaten 77, Australia ended up with 357 for 6 to draw the Test

The Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma
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Tour Results
Australia v India at Sydney - Feb 8, 2004
Australia won by 208 runs
Australia v India at Melbourne - Feb 6, 2004
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 59 balls remaining)
India v Zimbabwe at Perth - Feb 3, 2004
India won by 4 wickets (with 117 balls remaining)
Australia v India at Perth - Feb 1, 2004
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 108 balls remaining)
PM's XI v Indians at Canberra - Jan 28, 2004
Indians won by 1 run
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