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First Test

England v India

2003: At Lord's, July 25, 26, 27, 28, 29

Tim de Lisle

The importance of being earnest

Jul 31, 2002: Ajit Bhalchandra Agarkar did not gift the world a new batting philosophy with his memorable hundred at Lord's on Monday

Rajesh Kumar

Indian think tank will have to come up with a game plan

Jul 30, 2002: Thinking and planning can score a vital point or two over class and experience

Partab Ramchand

England go one-nil up in the series after conclusive victory at Lord's

Jul 29, 2002: England had to work hard - rather harder than might have been expected - to secure their victory, but at half past two on a hot and sultry afternoon, Craig White bowled a ball to Ashish Nehra who pushed forward to give a catch to Graham Thorpe at

Ralph Dellor

England on the verge of victory at Lord's

Jul 28, 2002: Only some stalwart batting from VVS Laxman and Ajit Agarkar who compiled a fifty partnership for the seventh wicket as the shadows lengthened denied England a win within four days

Ralph Dellor

England hold all the cards after India are bowled out for 221

Jul 27, 2002: At the start of the third day, England were favourites to win, the draw could not be discounted and there was just an outside chance that India could get back into the match

Ralph Dellor

Late wickets lift England after India threaten to cut loose

Jul 26, 2002: This is no pitch on which to be a bowler

Ralph Dellor

Hussain hundred puts England in control at Lord's

Jul 25, 2002: A century from Nasser Hussain and a partnership of 145 for the fourth wicket with John Crawley put England into a commanding position after the first day of the first npower Test against India at Lord's

Ralph Dellor
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