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The NatWest Series, 2000

England v Zimbabwe 2000

2001: At Manchester, July 13 (day/night)

Cumbes - Cricket has seen the light

Jul 13, 2000: Jim Cumbes, Chief Executive of Lancashire, is enthusiastic for the lights and music which day/light play in the NatWest Series has brought to cricket

Andy Jalil

England make light work in wintry weather

Jul 13, 2000: In conditions that were more akin to the ninety-minute game at that other part of Old Trafford, Zimbabwe decided to make first use of a pitch which showed a sparse scattering of grass and then decided to register their lowest score against England

Andy Jalil

Flintoff puts lights on Zimbabwe

Jul 13, 2000: Andrew Flintoff, who had appeared to be living for most of a week under a cloud worse than even this inclement weather, hit England to victory over Zimbabwe at Manchester in the NatWest Series

Staff and agencies

England Triumph

Jul 13, 2000: Old Trafford, close of play: Zimbabwe (114 off 38.3 overs) lost to England (115 for two off 20.3 overs) by eight wickets

John Ward

Zimbabwe's batting collapse is to England's bowlers credit

Jul 13, 2000: After a fine 49-run partnership between Andy Flower and Stuart Carlisle, Zimbabwe collapsed in degrading fashion against England's third-string bowling attack for 114 all out

John Ward

Pressure of pace cracks Zimbabwe

Jul 13, 2000: Superb English bowling, especially by the second line of Mullally and Ealham, caused Zimbabwe to crack under the pressure at Old Trafford

John Ward

Old Trafford preview

Jul 13, 2000: The usual cloudy skies greeted the teams at Old Trafford, and by the start the ground was only about half-full

John Ward
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