4th Test, Manchester, Jul 26 - 31 1984, West Indies tour of England
(66.4 ov)(f/o) 280 & 156
West Indies won by an innings and 64 runs
player of the match
Gordon Greenidge
West Indies
West Indies 1st INNINGS
Gordon Greenidge c †Downton b Pocock22342558530052.47
Desmond Haynes c Cowans b Botham29120022.22
Larry Gomes c Botham b Allott3059685050.84
Viv Richards c Cook b Allott1330033.33
Clive Lloyd (c)c †Downton b Allott110150010.00
Jeff Dujon c †Downton b Botham10122824512044.29
Winston Davis  b Pocock7714618010152.73
Eldine Baptiste  b Pocock611101054.54
Roger Harper not out 3953615173.58
Michael Holding  b Cook085000.00
Joel Garner c Terry b Pocock712160158.33
Extras(b 4, lb 6, nb 1, w 2)13
TOTAL(160.3 Ov, RR: 3.11)500
Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Desmond Haynes), 2-60 (Larry Gomes), 3-62 (Viv Richards), 4-70 (Clive Lloyd), 5-267 (Jeff Dujon), 6-437 (Winston Davis), 7-443 (Eldine Baptiste), 8-470 (Gordon Greenidge), 9-471 (Michael Holding), 10-500 (Joel Garner)
Ian Botham29510023.44---00
Norman Cowans1927604.00---00
Paul Allott2897632.71---00
Nick Cook39611412.92---00
Pat Pocock45.31412142.65---00
England 1st INNINGS
Graeme Fowler  b Baptiste381121415033.92
Chris Broad c Harper b Davis421461983028.76
Paul Terry  b Garner733451021.21
David Gower (c)c †Dujon b Baptiste414200028.57
Allan Lamb not out 10018525215054.05
Ian Botham c Garner b Baptiste623370026.08
Paul Downton c Harper b Garner0920000.00
Paul Allott c Gomes b Davis26861093030.23
Nick Cook  b Holding1329343044.82
Pat Pocock  b Garner01427000.00
Norman Cowans  b Garner042000.00
Extras(b 5, lb 21, nb 18)44
TOTAL(105.2 Ov, RR: 2.65)280
Fall of wickets: 1-90 (Graeme Fowler), 1-105, 2-112 (Chris Broad), 3-117 (David Gower), 4-138 (Ian Botham), 5-147 (Paul Downton), 6-228 (Paul Allott), 7-257 (Nick Cook), 8-278 (Pat Pocock), 9-278 (Norman Cowans), 10-280 (Paul Terry)
Joel Garner22.275142.28---00
Winston Davis2027123.55---00
Roger Harper23103301.43---00
Michael Holding2125012.38---00
Eldine Baptiste1983131.63---00
Graeme Fowler  b Holding021000.00
Chris Broad lbw b Harper2153702039.62
Paul Downton  b Harper241151413020.86
David Gower (c)not out 571531758037.25
Allan Lamb  b Harper927271033.33
Ian Botham c Haynes b Harper1880012.50
Paul Allott  b Garner1428283050.00
Nick Cook c †Dujon b Garner016000.00
Pat Pocock c Garner b Harper058000.00
Norman Cowans  b Harper14121421116.66
Paul Terry absent hurt-----0.00
Extras(b 9, lb 3, nb 3, w 1)16
TOTAL(66.4 Ov, RR: 2.34)156
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Graeme Fowler), 2-39 (Chris Broad), 3-77 (Paul Downton), 4-99 (Allan Lamb), 5-101 (Ian Botham), 6-125 (Paul Allott), 7-127 (Nick Cook), 8-128 (Pat Pocock), 9-156 (Norman Cowans)
Joel Garner1242522.08---00
Winston Davis31602.00---00
Roger Harper28.4125761.98---00
Michael Holding1122111.90---00
Eldine Baptiste1152902.63---00
Viv Richards10202.00---00
Old Trafford, Manchester
TossWest Indies, elected to bat first
SeriesWest Indies tour of England
Player Of The Match
Gordon Greenidge
Gordon Greenidge
Series resultWest Indies led the 5-match series 4-0
Match numberTest no. 992
Match daysday(5-day match)
England Image
Dickie Bird
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Don Oslear
Thu, 26 Jul - day 1 -West Indies 1st innings 273/5 (Gordon Greenidge 128*, Winston Davis 2*, null ov)
Fri, 27 Jul - day 2 -West Indies 1st innings 500
Sat, 28 Jul - day 3 -England 1st innings 163/5 (Allan Lamb 27*, Paul Allott 10*, null ov)
Sun, 29 Jul - rest day
Mon, 30 Jul - day 4 -England 2nd innings 120/5 (David Gower 43*, Paul Allott 10*, null ov)
Tue, 31 Jul - day 5 -England 2nd innings 156/9 (66.4 ov) - end of match
  • PI Pocock returns after missing 86 Tests, the second longest wait for an Englishman. (HL Jackson missed 96)
Day 2
  • CG Greenidge: 223 off 425, 588 mins, 30x4 The second WI batsman to score 2 double-centuries in the same series (the other being IVA Richards)
Day 3
  • VP Terry (1) retired hurt on 7* from 105/1 to 278/9 (fractured left ulna from a Davis delivery).
Day 4
  • In VP Terry's return to the wicket, he batted one-handed with his broken arm in a sling under his sweater, to aid Lamb (98*) reach his century.
  • AJ Lamb scores 3 consecutive hundreds in the same series, the first England batsman to do so since KF Barrington (v Pakistan, 1967)