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Third Test

West Indies v India

2003: At Bridgetown, May 2, 3, 4, 5

The Turbanator runs into problems

May 7, 2002: Erapalli Prasanna, in his analysis of the third Test at Barbados, mentioned that Harbhajan Singh needed to attack the batsmen much more

Staff Reporter

A worrying lack of options

May 6, 2002: There are a couple of disturbing thoughts even as the Indians lick their wounds

Partab Ramchand

A sorry capitulation by the Indians

May 6, 2002: The Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados has always been one of the dreaded Test venues for the Indian cricket team

Erapalli Prasanna

West Indies register thumping win at Barbados

May 5, 2002: With fans at the Kensington Oval in Barbados yelling for a quick West Indian victory on the fourth day, the Indian tail finally wagged

Anand Vasu

More landmarks for Hooper, Chanderpaul

May 5, 2002: It's beginning to look a lot like Hooper and Chanderpaul

Haydn Gill

Little hope for India

May 5, 2002: India are down and almost out and even their most ardent supporters have acknowledged that the fat lady is rehearsing her song

Mike King

West Indies still hold whip

May 5, 2002: The third Cable & Wireless Test went through a succession of contortions on the third day yesterday but it would have taken the elasticity of an Indian yoga master to have turned it on its head

Tony Cozier

India in deep trouble once more at Barbados

May 4, 2002: The past week has already seen a three-day Test match with Pakistan swamping New Zealand at Lahore

Anand Vasu

Hooper, Chanderpaul put West Indies in command

May 3, 2002: It was a frustrating day at the office for the Indians, the kind when almost nothing goes right, the world seems a cruel place, and circumstances just plummet downhill

Anand Vasu

India skittled for 102 at Barbados

May 2, 2002: The Indians dislike Barbados as much as they like Port of Spain - or possibly more

Anand Vasu
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