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WEST INDIES 208(60.1 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

ENGLAND 319(133.5 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

WEST INDIES 209(67 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

ENGLAND 99/3(15 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

END OF OVER:
15 | 12 Runs | ENG: 99/3

  • Mark Butcher47 (45b)
  • Graham Thorpe13 (11b)
  • Adam Sanford4-1-32-2

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14.6
4
Sanford to Butcher, FOUR runs, there it is! pitched up outside the off stump, driven down to the long off boundary, England win by 7 wickets and retains the wisden trophy!
14.5
4
Sanford to Butcher, FOUR runs, bang! pitched up outside the off stump, hit on the up and the ball screams away to the cover fence, just four more needed now!
14.4
0
Sanford to Butcher, no run, pitched outside the leg stump and angling in, defended
14.3
0
Sanford to Butcher, no run,
14.2
4
Sanford to Butcher, FOUR runs, dances down the track, gets to the pitch and dvies it past the mid off fielder, was timed well and the ball races away, four more added
14.1
0
Sanford to Butcher, no run, good length delivery outside the off stump, driven uppishly but well short of the point fielder
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