• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c †Murray b Holding
    30
    87
    108
    4
    0
    34.48
    b Holding
    13
    39
    64
    3
    0
    33.33
    c Jumadeen b Roberts
    3
    19
    26
    0
    0
    15.78
    c Jumadeen b Roberts
    64
    206
    266
    7
    0
    31.06
    c & b Holder
    46
    106
    135
    4
    1
    43.39
    c †Murray b Roberts
    29
    60
    94
    5
    0
    48.33
    c Gomes b Holder
    20
    50
    90
    3
    0
    40.00
    lbw b Roberts
    4
    28
    38
    0
    0
    14.28
    run out
    13
    28
    63
    1
    0
    46.42
    not out
    6
    15
    15
    0
    0
    40.00
    b Roberts
    2
    3
    8
    0
    0
    66.66
    Extras
    24 (b 7, lb 7, nb 10)
    TOTAL
    254 all out (104.5 Overs, RR: 2.42)
    Fall of wickets: 1-29 (Pat Pocock), 2-29 (Mike Brearley), 3-112 (Brian Close), 4-169 (Bob Woolmer), 5-186 (David Steele), 6-207 (Alan Knott), 7-215 (Tony Greig), 8-245 (Barry Wood), 9-249 (Chris Old), 10-254 (Derek Underwood)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    AME Roberts29.5106352.1100
    MA Holding27105622.0700
    BD Julien1352001.5300
    VA Holder1925022.6300
    RR Jumadeen1644102.5600

Close of Play

  • Thu, 17 Jun - day 1 - England 1st innings 197/8 (CM Old 0*)
  • Fri, 18 Jun - day 2 - England 2nd innings 27/0 (JM Brearley 12*, PI Pocock 2*)
  • Sat, 19 Jun - day 3 - no play
  • Sun, 20 Jun - rest day
  • Mon, 21 Jun - day 4 - England 2nd innings 223/7 (B Wood 14*, CM Old 7*)
  • Tue, 22 Jun - day 5 - West Indies 2nd innings 241/6 (86.3 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

West Indies tour of England 1976 News

  • Facing Holding with a little thin towel

    Brian Close and John Edrich won plenty of admirers - and took as many hits - on a brutal evening in Manchester in 1976

  • Close, Chappell and acts of courage

    Some small deeds in the game's vast history endure, when others that dwarf them by numbers fade from view

  • Who's grovelling now?

    When Tony Greig overstepped the line on the eve of England's series against West Indies

  • The fiery summer

    The English summer of 1976 has gone down in folklore as one where water shortages and scorching temperatures left the country parched ... and it had some serious implications for cricket as well