Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c †Jacobs b Best
    16
    71
    34
    3
    0
    47.05
    c †Jacobs b Collins
    7
    20
    17
    0
    0
    41.17
    b Collins
    52
    129
    83
    7
    0
    62.65
    b Best
    3
    21
    15
    0
    0
    20.00
    c Collins b Edwards
    10
    63
    35
    2
    0
    28.57
    not out
    102
    327
    224
    13
    1
    45.53
    b Edwards
    38
    119
    88
    5
    0
    43.18
    c Gayle b Collins
    8
    53
    33
    2
    0
    24.24
    c †Jacobs b Collins
    1
    51
    33
    0
    0
    3.03
    lbw b Hinds
    11
    83
    50
    0
    0
    22.00
    b Best
    5
    10
    4
    1
    0
    125.00
    Extras
    32 (b 1, lb 5, nb 22, w 4)
    TOTAL
    285 all out (99 Overs, RR: 2.87, 479 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-8 (MP Vaughan, 4.3 ov), 2-45 (ME Trescothick, 14.2 ov), 3-54 (N Hussain, 18.5 ov), 4-98 (MA Butcher, 29.1 ov), 5-98 (GP Thorpe, 30.2 ov), 6-182 (GO Jones, 59.3 ov), 7-205 (GJ Batty, 69.3 ov), 8-229 (MJ Hoggard, 79.4 ov), 8-277 (SP Jones, 94.2 ov), 9-283 (SJ Harmison, 96.1 ov), 10-285 (SP Jones, 98.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    PT Collins2647642.92314
    FH Edwards1837023.8815
    CD Collymore1954502.3601
    TL Best10.333733.5201
    RO Hinds17.372911.6501
    RR Sarwan701802.5700
    CH Gayle10404.0000

Close of Play

  • Sat, 10 Apr - day 1 - West Indies 1st innings 208/2 (BC Lara 86*, RR Sarwan 41*, 52 ov)
  • Sun, 11 Apr - day 2 - West Indies 1st innings 595/5 (BC Lara 313*, RD Jacobs 47*, 157 ov)
  • Mon, 12 Apr - day 3 - England 1st innings 171/5 (A Flintoff 37*, GO Jones 32*, 58 ov)
  • Tue, 13 Apr - day 4 - England 2nd innings 145/0 (ME Trescothick 74*, MP Vaughan 61*, 48 ov)
  • Wed, 14 Apr - day 5 - England 2nd innings 422/5 (137 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

  • Lara reclaims his record

    Six months after losing his record for the highest Test score, Brian Lara faced England in Antigua. And rewrote history

  • Lara's peaks

    Brian Lara's 375 had a sense of inevitability to it, while the 400 came amid a backdrop of strikes and the threat of a whitewash