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The NatWest Series, 2000

England v West Indies 2000

2001: At Chester-le-Street, July 15

6th Match, England v West Indies, Statistical Highlights

Jul 21, 2000: It was the 1615th ODI in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

A massive leap forward for Trescothick and for England

Jul 16, 2000: Marcus Trescothick's ambitions to open the batting for England in Test matches took a massive leap forward today after another outstanding performance before a capacity crowd at Riverside

Kate Laven

England's win completes the picture

Jul 15, 2000: England carried their magnificent form from Old Trafford to the picturesque Riverside ground in Durham and virtually ended West Indies' hopes of a passage to the final of the NatWest Series next Saturday

Andy Jalil

England crush West Indies on the way to Lord's

Jul 15, 2000: Riverside, close of play: West Indies (169/8 off 50 overs) lost to England (171 for no wicket off 35.2 overs) by ten wickets

John Ward

England outplay West Indies in masterful display of batting, bowling and catching

Jul 15, 2000: England outclassed West Indies on a day in which they may have discovered the first-wicket partnership which they have been seeking for some time and re-discovered a competent bowling attack

Staff and agencies

Skill, Accuracy, Mastery - It's England!

Jul 15, 2000: Fine control by the English bowlers restricted the West Indian total to a mere 169 for eight wickets

John Ward

Lara and England come to grips

Jul 15, 2000: Brian Lara, although not in peak form, produced a fighting fifty for West Indies after more fine bowling by Alan Mullally had given England an early advantage in their match at the Riverside Ground at Chester-le-Street

John Ward

England v West Indies, Preview

Jul 15, 2000: This is the most crucial match of the NatWest Series

John Ward
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