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The NatWest Series, 2000

England v West Indies 2000

2001: At Nottingham, July 20

9th Match, England v West Indies, Statistical Highlights

Jul 22, 2000: It was the 1618th ODI in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Gayle-force win

Jul 21, 2000: At last, a win for the West Indies, dramatically snatched with three wickets in the last over when another defeat seemed certain

Tony cozier

Stewart confident for Saturday

Jul 21, 2000: England's last over defeat at the hands of West Indies in the NatWest Series match at Trent Bridge was disappointing but has not affected confidence levels ahead of the final against Zimbabwe at Lord's on Saturday, says Alec Stewart

Kate Laven

England warm up for final with thrilling contest

Jul 20, 2000: England warmed up for Saturday's NatWest Series final against Zimbabwe by narrowly losing a thrilling contest to the West Indies by just 3 runs - Alec Stewart remaining not out on exactly 100

Dave Bracegirdle

Breathtaking finish - Stewart's gallant innings is not enough

Jul 20, 2000: Alec Stewart's gallant century was not enough to stop West Indies winning by three runs in a breathtaking finish to the last qualifying match before the final of the NatWest Series

Andy Jalil

West Indies go out with honour, Stewart stranded

Jul 20, 2000: West Indies, eliminated from the final, nevertheless finished with honour by recording a thrilling three-run victory over England at Trent Bridge

John Ward

West Indies fight-back

Jul 20, 2000: A superb West Indian fightback has brought to life this final group match of the NatWest Series at Trent Bridge in Nottingham

John Ward

England pleased with progress

Jul 20, 2000: After 30 overs of the West Indian innings at Trent Bridge in the last of the group matches in the NatWest Series, England could be well pleased with their progress

John Ward

Sunny sky, good pitch and West Indies batting

Jul 20, 2000: For once, sunny skies greeted the cricketers as England took on West Indies in the final group match of the NatWest Series

john Ward
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