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Second Test

England v Zimbabwe

2004: At Chester-le-Street, June 5, 6, 7

Stephen Brenkley

Time for technology

Jun 7, 2003: Congratulations to Riverside for its maiden Test match

Verdict on Zimbabwe by John Ward

Time for a bit of altruism

Jun 7, 2003: And so ends one of the more pointless Test series of recent times

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

England complete a comfortable innings victory

Jun 7, 2003: James Anderson and Steve Harmison picked up four wickets apiece, as England completed their second consecutive innings victory over Zimbabwe shortly before 4.45pm on the third day of the second npower Test at Chester-le-Street

Freddie Auld

Against the odds

Jun 6, 2003: England v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Riverside, Day 2 "We feel like we're playing 13 men out there." Comments to this effect have come from various Zimbabwean players at various times over the years, and no doubt are being made with more fury than ever

Zimbabwe Verdict by John Ward

A pitiful procession

Jun 6, 2003: England v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Chester-le-Street, Day 2 After writing Zimbabwe off yesterday, when they'd had quite a decent day in the field, I felt a bit of a heel

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

Johnson takes six as Zimbabwe face heavy defeat

Jun 6, 2003: Dream start: Richard Johnson celebrates his first wicket with his third ball ..

Freddie Auld

Not such an acid Test

Jun 5, 2003: England v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Chester-le-Street, Day One Thousands of northern prayers were answered when Chester-le-Street's first day of Test cricket dawned fine

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

Stewart and McGrath restore order

Jun 4, 2003: Alec Stewart became England's second-highest run-scorer in Tests, and Anthony McGrath took his average after two matches to 137, as England completed the first day of Test cricket at Durham in a predictably dominant position

Andrew Miller
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