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West Indies in England 2009

Searching for consolation

May 22, 2009: West Indies now find themselves in another bilateral ODI series, seeking compensation for a thrashing in the two Tests, both lost by embarrassing margins

Tony Cozier

England v West Indies, 1st ODI, Headingley

Regan defends saturated Headingley

May 21, 2009: Stewart Regan, the Yorkshire chief executive, was forced to defend the club's new drainage system after the first one-day international between England and West Indies at Headingley was abandoned shortly after 3pm

Andrew McGlashan at Headingley

Eoin Morgan

Switching colours, switching hits

May 21, 2009: He's got all the shots and then some, and now he's got a bigger, better platform to showcase them on

Andrew McGlashan

England v West Indies, 1st ODI, Headingley

Gayle looks for fresh start

May 20, 2009: Chris Gayle still wasn't all smiles as he looked out over a chilly, blustery Headingley, but was hoping to start afresh with the one-day series against England after the thumping defeat in the Test series

Andrew McGlashan at Headingley

England v West Indies, 1st ODI, Headingley

Shah frustrated at Test snub

May 20, 2009: Owais Shah still doesn't believe he has had a fair chance to prove himself at Test level after losing his place following the tour of West Indies

Andrew McGlashan at Headingley

England v West Indies, 1st ODI, Headingley

Pietersen ruled out of one-day series

May 20, 2009: The England batsman Kevin Pietersen has been ruled out of the one-day series against West Indies with a minor injury to his right achilles tendon

ESPNcricinfo staff

Ashes 2009

England can win Ashes - Flower

May 20, 2009: With 50 days to go before the Ashes, England coach Andy Flower has said that he believes his team has what it takes to win back the urn following their 2-0 series win over West Indies

Andrew McGlashan

England v West Indies, 1st ODI, Headingley

England seek to maintain momentum

May 20, 2009: After wrapping up the Test series 2-0, England now switch their focus to the one-day contests against West Indies

Andrew McGlashan at Headingley
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