- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRnot out68340075.00not out12340050.00Extras0TOTAL7/0 (1.4 Overs, RR: 4.2, 34 minutes)
Hours of play (local time)
- Fri, 13 Feb - day 1 - match abandoned
- Sat, 14 Feb - day 2 - cancelled
- Sun, 15 Feb - day 3 - cancelled
- Mon, 16 Feb - day 4 - cancelled
- Tue, 17 Feb - day 5 - cancelled
- England 1st innings
- The match was abandoned after ten balls because the bowlers were unable to get any solid footholds in an overly sandy outfield. Alan Hurst, the ICC match referee, ruled: "The ground conditions, and especially the bowlers' run-ups, were unfit and potentially dangerous and we decided it would not be possible to rectify those fundamental issues over the course of a day or so."
- The Test was moved to the old Antigua Recreation Ground with play scheduled to start on Sunday, February 15, two days later.
- The statistics from the abandoned Test count towards career records.
The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua is expected to be fit again for international cricket in March 2010
The president of the local cricket board pointing a finger at government officials who he claims kept "the people with the institutional knowledge of cricket" out of the operations at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium
The ICC will address the fiasco of last week's abandoned Test at the Sir Viv Richards Stadium when its chief executives meet in South Africa next week
Why weren't lessons learned from the problems at the ground in the World Cup in 2007 and from the Australian Test last year?
Donald Peters, the chief executive of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), has said that his board are not prepared to "take the risk" of ever playing at the Sir Viv Richards Stadium again, 24 hours after the second Test between West Indies and Engla