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England in the West Indies 2008-09

Powell concerned about bowling form

Feb 20, 2009: Daren Powell knows he is under pressure to perform with the ball

Andrew McGlashan

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua

Positive result for Windies despite shabby cricket

Feb 20, 2009: The resoluteness from West Indies' last pair was the difference between a psychologically devastating defeat and a result that keeps the hosts' spirits up

Tony Cozier

England in West Indies 2008-09

Backyard Blues

Feb 20, 2009: To say Kensington Oval has not been a happy hunting ground for West Indies recently is putting it mildly

Fazeer Mohammed

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 5th day

The gall of the draw

Feb 19, 2009: How much did England know they needed to win this Test? The grimace on Andrew Flintoff's face as he put his body on the line gave the answer

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 5th day

West Indies show hitherto hidden steel

Feb 19, 2009: A Test match that was never meant to be held on this ground, but wouldn't have been held at all if the ARG hadn't been available, went down to the final hour

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 5th day

Going through the pain barrier

Feb 19, 2009: Andrew McGlashan presents the plays of the fifth day between West Indies and England in Antigua

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 5th day

Windies secure the great escape

Feb 19, 2009: West Indies' final pair of Fidel Edwards and Daren Powell blocked out the final 36 minutes of a magnificent Test match at the Antigua Recreation Ground, to secure the draw that maintained their 1-0 lead in the series, and revived the momentum that had bee

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 4th day

Drained Gayle keeps the faith

Feb 18, 2009: Chris Gayle hasn't given up hope of his side salvaging a draw at the ARG, despite a game in which he admitted the team had been flat

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 4th day

Harmison urges England to win it for Flintoff

Feb 18, 2009: "Help your mates out," Andrew Flintoff pleaded to the England squad as they prepared for the second Test. Normally it is him bailing the team out of trouble, but on the fourth day at the Antigua Recreation Ground he really needed his mates to take the str

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 4th day

One switch-hit too many

Feb 18, 2009: Andrew McGlashan presents the plays of the fourth day between West Indies and England in Antigua

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua

ARG: A home away from home

Feb 18, 2009: The Antigua Recreation Ground is what an established Test cricket venue really is: a home away from home

Fazeer Mohammed

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 4th day

Chanderpaul and Sarwan dig in for Windies

Feb 18, 2009: On an arduous day of Test cricket at the Antigua Recreation Ground, West Indies' hopes of retaining their 1-0 lead over England rested with their veteran pairing of Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Ramnaresh Sarwan

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Colly flowering

Feb 18, 2009: Reliant on heart and mind rather than reputation or limbs, Collingwood can be considered the ultimate over-achiever of his era

Rob Steen

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 3rd day

Regretful Sarwan refuses to give up

Feb 17, 2009: One of the many batting records that belong to the Antigua Recreation Ground is the highest successful run chase of 418, which West Indies completed against Australia in 2003. It's not much to cling onto, but given their dire position after three days it'

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 3rd day

Swann seizes his opportunity

Feb 17, 2009: Sir Allen Stanford never had much time for Test cricket and readily admitted as much during his involvement with the game. So it was fitting that as his name hit the headlines again, an old fashioned hard day's action unfolded on an old fashioned ground

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 3rd day

Calm down, Stuart

Feb 17, 2009: Andrew McGlashan presents the plays of the third day between West Indies and England in Antigua

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 3rd day

Swann five gives England the edge

Feb 17, 2009: Ramnaresh Sarwan was West Indies' best hope of avoiding a hefty first-innings deficit, as he reached tea on 68 not out from 109 balls after a hard-fought second session in which England kept their noses in front with two key wickets

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

West Indies v England, 2nd Test, Antigua

Edwards and Taylor show their worth

Feb 17, 2009: Fidel Edwards and Jerome Taylor have become stronger and fitter over the past couple of years under the tough conditioning regime of a succession of Australian trainers

Tony Cozier

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 2nd day

Windies prepare for pitch battle

Feb 16, 2009: One over from Andrew Flintoff was enough to show West Indies the task they face to save this Test

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua

West Indies v England, 3rd Test, Antigua, 2nd day

Collingwood at core of England revival

Feb 16, 2009: A week ago England were beginning to comprehend their humiliation at Sabina Park yet now they have racked up a score more than 10 times their paltry 51. Andrew Strauss talked about getting back on the bike, but England have produced a performance that wo

Andrew McGlashan in Antigua
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