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England 1st INNINGS
|Andrew Strauss (c)||not out||6||8||34||0||0||75.00|
|Alastair Cook||not out||1||2||34||0||0||50.00|
|TOTAL||1.4 Ov (RR: 4.20, 34 Mts)||7|
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|Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua|
|Toss||West Indies, elected to field first|
|Series result||West Indies led the 5-match series 1-0|
|Match number||Test no. 1907|
|Hours of play (local time)||10.00 start, Lunch 12.00-12.40, Tea 14.40-15.00, Close 17.00|
|Match days||13,14,15,16,17 February 2009 - day (5-day match)|
CLOSE OF PLAY
Fri, 13 Feb - day 1 - match abandoned
Sat, 14 Feb - day 2 - cancelled
Sun, 15 Feb - day 3 - cancelled
Mon, 16 Feb - day 4 - cancelled
Tue, 17 Feb - day 5 - cancelled
- England 1st innings
- The match was abandoned after ten balls because the bowlers were unable to get any solid footholds in an overly sandy outfield. Alan Hurst, the ICC match referee, ruled: "The ground conditions, and especially the bowlers' run-ups, were unfit and potentially dangerous and we decided it would not be possible to rectify those fundamental issues over the course of a day or so."
- The Test was moved to the old Antigua Recreation Ground with play scheduled to start on Sunday, February 15, two days later.
- The statistics from the abandoned Test count towards career records.
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The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua is expected to be fit again for international cricket in March 2010
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The ICC will address the fiasco of last week's abandoned Test at the Sir Viv Richards Stadium when its chief executives meet in South Africa next week