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Fourth Test

West Indies v India

2003: At St John's, May 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Low on excitement, high on statistics

May 15, 2002: Unfortunate, but largely true - a high-scoring, tamely drawn Test match sometimes produces the most glittering of statistical nuggets

Staff Reporter

Antigua Test meanders to tame draw

May 14, 2002: Cricket can be a cruel game

Anand Vasu

Hooper, Chanderpaul prosper as Test heads for draw

May 13, 2002: If you believe that the fourth Test between India and the West Indies is heading for anything but the most tame of draws, perhaps it is best that you stay away from the betting centres

Anand Vasu

Laxman, Ratra stake out West Indies

May 12, 2002: The West Indies left the Antigua Recreation Ground (ARG) yesterday evening with as many worries as a long-standing Caribbean prime minister

Haydn Gill

West Indies consolidate amidst high drama at Antigua

May 12, 2002: You want action, forget the one-dayers, stick to Test cricket

Anand Vasu

Batsmen Put India in Strong Position

May 12, 2002: On a pitch that is still offering assistance to the bowlers, India's batsmen have put their team in a strong position by the end of play on day two

Derrick Nicholas

Laxman, Ratra take India to strong position

May 11, 2002: It has been another good day for VVS Laxman

Anand Vasu

India make slow progress at Antigua

May 10, 2002: So Antigua is the perfect wicket for a draw

Anand Vasu
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Tour Results
West Indies v India at Port of Spain - Jun 2, 2002
India won by 56 runs (D/L method)
West Indies v India at Port of Spain - Jun 1, 2002
West Indies won by 7 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
West Indies v India at Bridgetown - May 29, 2002
India won by 7 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
West Indies v India at Kingston - May 26, 2002
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
West Indies v India at Kingston - May 25, 2002
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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