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Third Test Match

England v West Indies

2005:

Paul Coupar

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 5th day

Brimming with confidence

Aug 16, 2004: Paul Coupar runs the rule over England's victorious XI

The Wisden Verdict by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 5th day

Flintoff and Key seal the series for England

Aug 16, 2004: Robert Key and Andrew Flintoff sealed England's sixth consecutive Test victory of the summer, and the ninth in their last ten matches, as a spirited West Indian side were overwhelmed in the final session at Old Trafford

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

Flintoff approaching true greatness

Aug 15, 2004: At 4.45pm Andrew Flintoff bowled a horrid 90mph bouncer that Brian Lara could only fend to second slip, from in front of his throat

The Wisden Verdict by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford

Thorpe and Butcher will miss final Test

Aug 15, 2004: England were dealt a double injury blow today with the news that Graham Thorpe will miss the final Test after breaking a finger at Old Trafford, while Mark Butcher has collected yet another muscle injury and will miss the game too

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford

Jacobs has knee operation

Aug 15, 2004: Ridley Jacobs has been ruled out of the remainder of West Indies' tour of England after undergoing surgery to repair a small tear in his right knee

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

The strange case of the unresumed innings

Aug 15, 2004: The strange case of the batsman who retired hurt (or didn't)

Roving Reporter by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

West Indies wobble to set up thrilling climax

Aug 15, 2004: The morning session may have belonged to West Indies, but England dominated the final two extended passages of play on the fourth day at Old Trafford and reduced West Indies to 161 for 9, an overall lead of 226, when bad light ended play on another

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 2nd day

Moving talk amid the showers

Aug 13, 2004: Roving Reporter at the third Test at Old Trafford

Roving Reporter by Paul Coupar at Old Trafford
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