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Third Test Match

West Indies v England

2005:

Matthew Engel

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 3rd day

Hoggard points the way to history

Apr 3, 2004: 'Don't forget Matthew Hoggard,' insisted Michael Vaughan during the press conference after England's win in Trinidad

The Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 3rd day

Bajans bank the bucks

Apr 3, 2004: Matthew Engel from Barbados

Roving Reporter by Matthew Engel in Bridgetown

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 3rd day

Hoggard hat-trick triggers another rout

Apr 3, 2004: Once upon a time, Bridgetown was a fortress of West Indian cricket

The Wisden Bulletin by Martin Williamson

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 3rd day

Lara out to prove a point

Apr 2, 2004: The third day of the third Test at Bridgetown will probably decide the outcome of this match, and much depends on whether Brian Lara can find his touch

The Wisden Bulletin by Martin Williamson

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 2nd day

Thorpe does it again

Apr 2, 2004: Fidel Edwards hit back for West Indies - biut was trumped by a magnificent innings from England's saviour Graham Thorpe

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 2nd day

Thorpe drags England back into the match

Apr 2, 2004: Graham Thorpe, with one of his greatest innings, not only kept England in the third Test, but shifted the momentum of the match their way on another absorbing day at Bridgetown

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 1st day

Going with the flow

Apr 2, 2004: Another dominant bowling performance has left England in command of the third Test, and judging by the morning papers, it was not just superlatives that were flowing in Barbados last night

The Paper Round by Andrew Miller

April 1-3, 2004

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados

Apr 1, 2004: West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 1st day

From Kennington to Kensington

Apr 1, 2004: One letter and 4000 miles separate the Kennington Oval in London from the Kensington Oval in Barbados, but as far as Andrew Flintoff is concerned, he has found his home from home

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Barbados, 1st day

Flintoff fires to give England control

Apr 1, 2004: Andrew Flintoff emerged as England's hero of the day with a thoroughly deserved Test-best 5 for 58 as West Indies collapsed to 224 all out in the first day of the third Test at Bridgetown

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld
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Tour Results
West Indies v England at Bridgetown - May 5, 2004
England won by 5 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
West Indies v England at Gros Islet - May 2, 2004
West Indies won by 4 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
West Indies v England at Gros Islet - May 1, 2004
West Indies won by 5 wickets (with 12 balls remaining)
West Indies v England at St George's - Apr 28, 2004
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
West Indies v England at Port of Spain - Apr 25, 2004
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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