May 14-19

England v West Indies, 2nd Test, Chester-le-Street

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England 569 for 6 dec (Cook 160, Bopara 108) beat West Indies 310 (Sarwan 100, Anderson 5-87) and 176 (Chanderpaul 47, Anderson 4-38) by an innings and 82 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball commentary

5th day
Bulletin - Bresnan and Anderson rout West Indies
Andrew McGlashan - England refuse to get carried away
Vaneisa Baksh - West Indies' listlessness
Quotes - Gayle backtracks on captaincy comments
Michael Holding - Windies showed no fight
Plays - Anderson a master of swing
News - Prior misses final day

4th day
Bulletin - Windies fight against rising tide
Andrew McGlashan - The value of the hard yards
Plays - Blows below the belt, blows beyond the boundary
News - Collingwood keeps after Prior injury scare

3rd day
Bulletin - Anderson stars as England take command
Andrew McGlashan - Anderson stands up to be counted
Plays - Fidel v Jimmy
News - Morton called into one-day squad
Michael Holding - Wisden Trophy should not be at stake

2nd day
Bulletin - Rain washes out second day
News - Harker hits out at Test bidding system
News - Collier defends ECB scheduling
Tony Cozier - Chasing Viv

1st day
Bulletin - Cook and Bopara power England
Andrew McGlashan - Bopara credits Gooch for Test success
Tony Cozier - A bore revisited
Plays - Welcome to the north
Switch Hit - 'Test cricket needs this wake-up call'

Preview package
Preview - England seek knockout blow
Andrew McGlashan - Amber lights at the Riverside
News - Gayle ponders Test future

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