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Fourth Cornhill Test

England v West Indies 2000

2001: Toss: West Indies.

David Hopps

4th Test, England v West Indies, Statistical highlights

Aug 21, 2000: It was the 1508th Test in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Holding: King must go

Aug 20, 2000: Leeds - Michael Holding has identified Reon King's problem

Thrashing no surprise

Aug 20, 2000: Leeds - The most alarming aspect of the West Indies' two-day capitulation in the fourth Test at Headingley was not the result itself but that it was no aberration

Tony Cozier

Press rubs it in

Aug 20, 2000: Leeds - The British press yesterday predictably and understandably revelled in England's two-day innings victory in the fourth Test - and had a few words of condemnation for the West Indies performance as well

Tony Cozier

Headingly massacre

Aug 19, 2000: West Indies cricket has endured an overabundance of heartwrenching humiliation in recent times but nothing has been more degrading than the shocking events here yesterday

Tony Cozier

Balanced on a see-saw

Aug 18, 2000: Leeds: The unpredictable has become the expected and the extraordinary commonplace in this series and the first day of the fourth Test yesterday was true to type

Tony Cozier

England win fourth Test by an innings and 39 runs

Aug 18, 2000: This was as euphoric a day for England cricketers as they could have dreamed of

Andy Jalil

The two-day Test - a rarity.

Aug 18, 2000: When Caddick bowled Courtney Walsh to wrap up a sensational England victory today, there was still time to spare on the second scheduled day of play

David Liverman

West Indies reeling as England sense victory

Aug 18, 2000: England sensationally tightened their grip on the second day of the Fourth Test against West Indies at Headingley

John Ward

White warms the cockles of countrymen

Aug 18, 2000: Craig White was the toast of the England side after claiming his first five wicket haul in Test cricket to send West Indies plunging to 172

Staff and agencies

X-Ray clears Hussain

Aug 18, 2000: An X-ray examination of Nasser Hussain's right index finger confirmed that he will be fit to bat in the England second innings at Headingley

Staff and agencies

England take useful first-innings lead

Aug 18, 2000: England swept into what could be a very useful lead over the West Indies on the second morning of the Fourth Test at Headingley, thanks to an intense, determined seventh-wicket partnership between Michael Vaughan and Graeme Hick that added 98 runs

John Ward

Test evenly poised after Ambrose reaches milestone

Aug 17, 2000: For over twelve years now Curtly Ambrose has been putting the fear of God up batsmen all over the world

Andy Jalil

West Indies bowled out for 172

Aug 17, 2000: A rampant England team shattered the West Indian batting in a superb performance in the field on the first day of the crucial Fourth Test at Headingley

John Ward

England bowlers dominate opening morning

Aug 17, 2000: A rampant England team shattered the West Indian top-order batting in a superb performance in the field on the first morning of the crucial Fourth Test at Headingley

John Ward

West Indies bat first at Headingley

Aug 17, 2000: After the rain beat the teams at Old Trafford, this enthralling series between England and West Indies remains wide open at one victory to each side and two matches to play

John Ward
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