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Second Cornhill Test

England v West Indies 2000

2001: Toss: West Indies

Matthew Engel

3rd Test: England v West Indies, Statistical Highlights

Aug 16, 2000: It was the 1506th Test match in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

A share of spoils

Aug 8, 2000: Manchester-A fascinating Test deserved better than the anti-climax of a last day spoiled by the infamous Manchester weather, but both teams would have been comfortable with the eventual draw

Hussain: "People are enjoying watching England"

Aug 8, 2000: The Third Test between England and West Indies - a match which regularly promised a more exciting finish - may have ended in a draw at Old Trafford today, but that hasn't prevented home captain Nasser Hussain from continuing to make upbeat

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Stewart and Lara make for memorable Test

Aug 7, 2000: Incessant showers on the first and last day ensured that the third Test was robbed of its competitive edge

Andy Jalil

Weather forces premature conclusion to Third Test

Aug 7, 2000: England began the final day knowing that a quick breakthrough by their bowlers might just give them an outside chance of victory in the Third Test against the West Indies

John Ward

Draw seems inevitable after further rain

Aug 7, 2000: England began the final day knowing that a quick breakthrough by their bowlers might just give them an outside chance of victory in the Third Test against the West Indies

John Ward

England set 293 to win

Aug 7, 2000: England began the final day knowing that a quick breakthrough by their bowlers might just give them an outside chance of victory in the Third Test against the West Indies

John Ward

Lara's Magnificent Return

Aug 6, 2000: The day started with the West Indies still in deficit by 15 runs but with nine 2nd innings wickets still in hand

Colin Croft

WI fight back

Aug 6, 2000: Manchester-After two days of generally miserable cricket, the West Indies produced a good one here yesterday

Lara: I'm not at full fitness

Aug 6, 2000: After hammering a sixth Test century against England, West Indian Brian Lara has conceded that he is still not fully fit

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Magnificent exhibition of batting by Lara

Aug 6, 2000: It has been said that of the many facets presented by the game of cricket, batting is the one most distinctly enjoyable and instinctively delightful

Andy Jalil

Exciting finish in prospect after Lara century

Aug 6, 2000: England began the fourth day in the knowledge that a quick breakthrough would give them an excellent chance to record a victory over the West Indies and take a two-one lead in the five-match series

John Ward

Century for Lara as West Indies fight back

Aug 6, 2000: A century of moods by Brian Lara has enabled the West Indies to fight back strongly in the Third Test against England

John Ward

Lara helps extend West Indies lead

Aug 6, 2000: A quiet morning's play saw West Indies add 80 runs to their total for the loss of two wickets

John Ward

A Day of Encouraging Fortunes for the West Indies

Aug 5, 2000: The figures speak for themselves

Colin Croft

Fletcher left pondering missed opportunities as England falters

Aug 5, 2000: England coach Duncan Fletcher was left to rue a day of wasted opportunities after his team squandered its potentially match winning advantage on day three of a fluctuating Third Test against West Indies at Old Trafford

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West Indies fight back at Old Trafford

Aug 5, 2000: This was not as euphoric a day as the first two had been for England with West Indies top order batsmen making it a little more comforting for their side which had suffered the torment from England from the start of this third Test match

Andy Jalil

West Indies fightback should ensure close contest

Aug 5, 2000: In a fascinating day's cricket, the balance swung from one side to the other almost from beginning to end

John Ward

West Indies reduce first innings deficit

Aug 5, 2000: England probably found the going harder than they would have liked on the third day

John Ward
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