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Fifth Test Match

Australia v West Indies, 2000-01

2002: At Sydney, January 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Waugh's men eye India after series whitewash

Jan 6, 2001: Steve Waugh and his all-conquering Australian team have their eyes firmly fixed on the upcoming tour of India after completing a 5-0 series whitewash over West Indies with a six wicket win in the Fifth Test here at the Sydney Cricket Ground today

John Polack

Australia deserve 5-0 success

Jan 6, 2001: For the first time since first playing against Australia in 1930/1, in Australia, the West Indies were "white washed" by Australia, 5-0

Colin Croft

Tourists afford series a sting in the tail

Jan 5, 2001: It took until the penultimate day of the series, and relied on the inspiration of two players who have barely figured through its duration

John Polack

Basic errors haunt tourists again

Jan 4, 2001: How many times have basic mistakes cost West Indies dearly in this series

John Polack

Oh, For a Good West Indian spinner of any kind

Jan 4, 2001: Things have gone so badly for the West Indian cricketers on this tour of Australia, with the batsmen being the primary offenders

Colin Croft

More blue times for labouring West Indians

Jan 3, 2001: Blue skies, blue hair, more blue times for West Indies

John Polack

Why we should all pay homage to Courtney Andrew Walsh

Jan 3, 2001: At about 11.40am on Wednesday, the second day of the final Test between Australia and the West Indies, Brian Lara took a sharp catch, moving to his right, from the edge of Matthew Hayden's bat

Colin Croft

MacGill strikes as West Indians suffer death in the afternoon

Jan 2, 2001: As they have crashed headlong from one disaster to the next in this Test series against Australia, West Indies' batsmen have been spectacularly undone by a different bowler every time

John Polack

West Indies paradise regained... then lost again

Jan 2, 2001: It was a terrific day for the West Indies at the Sydney Cricket Ground today, the start of the Fifth and Final Test against Australia

Rick Eyre

West Indies openers earn some Respect

Jan 2, 2001: There was one overwhelming irony, one that brought smiles to many faces, especially those of West Indies supporters, as the West Indies opening batsmen Sherwin Campbell and Wavell Hinds came to the crease after the luncheon interval on day one

Colin Croft
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