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Fifth Test Match

South Africa v England

2005:

Andrew Miller

Fourth Test Match

South Africa v England

2005:

Matthew Engel

Third Test Match

South Africa v England

2005:

Andrew Miller

Second Test Match

South Africa v England

2005:

Lawrence Booth

First Test Match

South Africa v England

2005:

Andrew Miller

Seventh One-Day International

South Africa v England

2005:

Richard Hobson

Sixth One-Day International

South Africa v England

2005:

Richard Hobson

Fifth One-Day International

South Africa v England

2005:

Richard Hobson

Fourth One-Day International

South Africa v England

2005:

Richard Hobson

Third One-Day International

South Africa v England

2005:

Richard Hobson

Second One-Day International

South Africa v England

2005:

Richard Hobson

First One-Day International

South Africa v England

2005:

Richard Hobson

Fourth One-Day International

Zimbabwe v England

2005:

Paul Kelso

Third One-Day International

Zimbabwe v England

2005:

Paul Kelso

Second One-Day International

Zimbabwe v England

2005:

Paul Kelso

First One-Day International

Zimbabwe v England

2005:

Paul Kelso

First Match

England v Zimbabwe

2005:

England v Zimbabwe, Edgbaston, Pool D

'I have to be patient,' says Taibu

Sep 11, 2004: After England's easy win in their Champions Trophy opener against Zimbabwe at Edgbaston, both captains commented on the way the match went

Wisden Cricinfo staff

India v Kenya, Rose Bowl, Pool C

A thorn in the side of the Rose Bowl

Sep 11, 2004: Roving Reporter at the Rose Bowl

Roving Reporter by Hugh Chevallier at Southampton

England v Zimbabwe, Edgbaston, Pool D

England's class leaves Zimbabwe floundering

Sep 11, 2004: England completed a straightforward 152-run victory over Zimbabwe at Edgbaston, with Andrew Flintoff and Steve Harmison grabbing three wickets each

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill
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Tournament Results
England v West Indies at The Oval - Sep 25, 2004
West Indies won by 2 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
Pakistan v West Indies at Southampton - Sep 22, 2004
West Indies won by 7 wickets (with 131 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Birmingham - Sep 21, 2004
England won by 6 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)
India v Pakistan at Birmingham - Sep 19, 2004
Pakistan won by 3 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
South Africa v West Indies at The Oval - Sep 18-19, 2004
West Indies won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
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