June 15-19, 2007

England v West Indies, 4th Test, Chester-le-Street

England 400 and 111 for 3 (Vaughan 48*, Collingwood 5*) beat West Indies 287 and 222 (Chanderpaul 70, Panesar 5-46) by seven wickets
Scorecard and ball-by-ball commentary
How they were out

Post-match package
England marks out of ten - Pietersen and Panesar top the class
West Indies marks out of ten - Chanderpaul stands alone
Analysis - Woeful Windies and Pietersen's run-fest

5th day
Bulletin - England outclass dismal West Indies
Andrew McGlashan - England's enjoyment returns
Andrew Miller - Monty's got mettle
News - West Indies getting closer - Ganga
News - Edwards fined for abusive language

4th day
Bulletin - England scent victory after Collingwood hundred
Andrew McGlashan - Collingwood shows his leadership credentials
Andrew McGlashan - A tale of two captains
David Lloyd - A day to forget for Windies

3rd day
Bulletin - West Indies inspired by Chanderpaul resilience
Andrew McGlashan - Sidebottom's swing hints at lengthy stay
Fazeer Mohammed - Plain old Chanders
Quotes - Chanderpaul keeps Strauss waiting

2nd day
Bulletin - Chanderpaul and Bravo rescue West Indies
Andrew McGlashan - West Indies' immoveable object
Quotes - Bravo hunts out Sir Ian for advice

1st day
Bulletin - Washout at Chester-le-Street
Andrew McGlashan - Raining on Durham's parade

Preview package
Preview - England seek ruthless finale
News - Windies want Edwards to keep firing
News - Sammy: 'I want to be the workhorse of the team'
News - 'We need to minimise errors': Ganga