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West Indies v Australia, Second Test match

2004:

ESPNcricinfo staff

Lara: The bowling is a concern

Apr 24, 2003: Brian Lara "We are batting well as a team but it is the bowling that is of concern

Wisden CricInfo Staff

Australia retain Frank Worrell Trophy despite Lara hundred

Apr 23, 2003: The day will be remembered for another wonderful Test century from Brian Lara, but it wasn't enough to prevent Australia retaining the Frank Worrell Trophy, with their 13th win in 16 Test matches

Freddie Auld

A short bulbous phenomenon

Apr 23, 2003: Thirteen years, five months and seven days is time enough for a man to lose his hair, nurture a beer belly, get married, raise children, move home a couple of times, see the world, accumulate friends and make enemies

Wisden's Australian View by Chris Ryan

Mission not-entirely-impossible

Apr 23, 2003: Nasser Hussain would sympathise

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Lara holds the key as Australia press for victory

Apr 22, 2003: Australia enjoyed another day of dominance over West Indies on the fourth day of the second Test at Port-of-Spain

Freddie Auld

Australia take lead of 199 into the fourth day in Trinidad

Apr 21, 2003: West Indies saved the follow-on on the third day at Port-of-Spain ... just.

Steven Lynch

Australia in charge despite Lara's fightback

Apr 20, 2003: Once again, this was not a day to be a bowler. Saturday's play produced 391 runs for the loss of three wickets, two of them extremely fortuitous.

Andrew Miller

Ponting ploughs on and on

Apr 20, 2003: After a soul-destroying first day at the Queen's Park Oval, West Indies resumed the second Test against Australia with a heavy air of resignation

Andrew Miller

Australia simply too good

Apr 19, 2003: This should have been Brian Lara's day, a triumphant homecoming for the newly-reappointed West Indies captain. But aside from two awful umpiring decisions by Asoka de Silva, little went right for him.

Wisden CricInfo staff

An Australian run-fest at Trinidad

Apr 19, 2003: It should have been Brian Lara's day, a triumphant homecoming for the newly-reappointed West Indies captain. But aside from two awful umpiring decisions by Asoka de Silva, little went right for him.

Martin Williamson

Australia bat as West Indies make forced changes

Apr 19, 2003: Australia won the toss and chose to bat at a sunny Port of Spain in the second Test, with Steve Waugh convinced that the grassy pitch would favour his two spinners towards the end of the match

Martin Williamson

The dream dies

Apr 15, 2003: The day will be remembered for another wonderful Test century from Brian Lara, but it wasn't enough to prevent Australia retaining the Frank Worrell Trophy, with their 13th win in 16 Test matches

Wisden CricInfo staff

Lee puts Aussies in charge

Apr 15, 2003: West Indies saved the follow-on on the third day at Port-of-Spain ..

Wisden CricInfo staff

Lara leads the fightback

Apr 15, 2003: Once again, this was not a day to be a bowler

Wisden CricInfo staff

Aussies reconsider five-bowler option

Apr 15, 2003: Australia's bold move to field five specialist bowlers in its first Test victory over the West Indies could be short-lived depending on conditions in Trinidad for Saturday's second Test.

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Series Results
West Indies v Australia at St John's - May 9-13, 2003
West Indies won by 3 wickets
West Indies v Australia at Bridgetown - May 1-5, 2003
Australia won by 9 wickets
West Indies v Australia at Port of Spain - Apr 19-23, 2003
Australia won by 118 runs
West Indies v Australia at Georgetown - Apr 10-13, 2003
Australia won by 9 wickets
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