June 22-26, 2006

West Indies v India, 3rd Test, St Kitts

West Indies 581 (Ganga 135, Sarwan 116, Chanderpaul 97, Harbhajan 5-147) and 172 for 6 drew with India 362 (Laxman 100) and 298 for 4
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

Day 5
Bulletin - Another draw despite Indian surge
Verdict - Rather be safe than sorry
Ian Bishop - West Indian pace troika: A SWOT analysis
Lara quotes - 'My only concern is the combination for the final Test'
On the Ball - A day of ebbs and flows
Gallery - India's challenge dissipates into a draw
Audio - Gains from a drawn Test
Audio - "It was always a huge challenge" - Dravid

Day 4
Bulletin - Windies wobble after wresting a 219-run lead
Vaneisa Baksh - Lara defends follow-on decision
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - Adding patience to panache
Audio - 'I was quite pleased with the outcome' - Lara
On the Ball - Laxman's hard graft
Gallery - West Indies gain the upper hand

Day 3
Bulletin - India reply strongly to Windies' 581
Vaneisa Baksh - How West Indies lost the plot
Quotes - 'This pitch reminded me of Lahore' - Harbhajan
Gallery - West Indies pile up mammoth total
Audio - A bizarre slowdown
Audio - `There can only be one winner' - Lara

Day 2
Bulletin - Rain halts West Indies progress
Gallery - Sarwan and Ganga pound India
On the ball - Sarwan gets his groove back
Vaneisa Baksh - Stoic Ganga proves a point
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - India's turn to welcome the rain
Audio - The comeback men
Audio - A confidence-building Test

Day 1
Bulletin - Gayle and Ganga put Windies on top
Quotes - Gayle's St Kitts' special
Roving Reporter - Eddies from the past
Quotes - 'It doesn't matter where Brian Lara bats' - Lara
On the ball - The perfect launching pad
Gallery - Resolute West Indies grab advantage
Audio - All set for a draw
Audio - 'We set ourselves for tomorrow' - Lara

Preview package
Preview - Windies worried over likely Bravo absence
Quotes - 'I've been sort of censored...' - Lara
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - A Dravid decade: Tears and trophies
News - West Indies players threaten 'industrial action'
Martin Williamson - More trouble in paradise
Audio - 'Still very optimistic about the situation'- Lara