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India v England, 2nd Test, Mumbai, 4th day

India's middle-order meltdown

Nov 26, 2012: Stats highlights from an incredible England victory, their second in successive Tests at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai

S Rajesh

England in India flashback: 1984-85

England celebrate Pongal

Nov 21, 2012: Neil Foster and Graeme Fowler remember England's Test victory in 1985 at Chepauk, which sealed their last series win in India to date

Nagraj Gollapudi

Cricinfo XI

Digging their heels in

Apr 25, 2006: Andrew Miller and Martin Williamson recall 11 memorable nightwatchman performances

Andrew Miller and Martin Williamson

Neil Foster on the tour of India in 1984-85

'As a tour it was both fascinating and problematical'

Feb 27, 2006: Neil Foster was one of the unlikely heroes when England last won a Test series in India in 1984-85

Andrew Miller

England in India 2005-06

Foster: England must rely on pacemen

Feb 13, 2006: Neil Foster believes England will have to rely on the seam quartet that carried them to Ashes glory, if India are to be beaten

Andrew Miller

Antigua Independence Festival 2005

Rolling back the years

Dec 13, 2005: Stephen Thorpe watches some former greats at the Antigua Independence Festival

January 2004

The XI ideal tourists

Jan 15, 2004: Christopher Douglas names a team for all reasons, few of them cricket

Christopher Douglas

Cricketer of the Year, 1988

Neil Foster

1988: Although a good enough bowler to make his county d├ębut as an eighteen year old, still at school, and then picked for a full overseas England tour three years later, Neil Foster nevertheless took seven years to graduate from being considered a player

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