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First Test

England v Zimbabwe

2004: At Lord's, May 22, 23, 24

Paul Coupar

England swing to innings victory

May 24, 2003: England enjoyed an old-fashioned day of swing-induced dominance, as Zimbabwe fumbled to an innings and 92-run defeat in the first npower Test at Lord's

Andrew Miller

The happy ending

May 23, 2003: It took some time, but like a feature-length episode of Scooby Doo , Zimbabwe's bowlers finally stopped ghosting past the bat and were exposed as an all-too-human outfit

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at Lord's

That morning-after feeling

May 23, 2003: A blustery mid-May morning, England making unspectacular progress against a moving ball - and not a murmur of protest in sight

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

England take charge

May 23, 2003: Mark Butcher celebrates his hundred © Getty Images Mark Butcher's seventh century put England in a commanding position on the second day of the first npower Test at Lord's

The Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch

A quintessentially English affair

May 22, 2003: Making a point: protestors outside the Grace Gates © Getty Images If the officials of the England & Wales Cricket Board had a sleepless night fearing civil unrest and rioting in St John's Wood, they needn't have worried

Martin Williamson at Lord's

England reach 184 for 3 in truncated first day

May 22, 2003: Mark Butcher and Marcus Trescothick contributed a brace of half-centuries to give England the upper hand on a challenging first day against Zimbabwe at Lord's

Andrew Miller
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