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RESULT
4th Test, Chester-le-Street, June 15 - 19, 2007, West Indies tour of England and Ireland
287 & 222
(T:110) 400 & 111/3

England won by 7 wickets

Player Of The Match
136* & 70
shivnarine-chanderpaul
Player Of The Series
446 runs
shivnarine-chanderpaul
Match centre 
Scorecard summary
West Indies 287/10(97.1 overs)
1st INNINGS
England 400/10(100 overs)
1st INNINGS
Fidel Edwards5/112 (23)
Daren Powell3/89 (32)
West Indies 222/10(64 overs)
2nd INNINGS
England 111/3(21.4 overs)
2nd INNINGS

So, that's the end of a one-sided series, with England wrapping up proceedings emphatically on the final day at Chester-le-Street. Panesar's sixth five-wicket haul set up the win for England, who eased to their target, with seven wickets to spare. Chanderpaul was, of course, named West Indies' Man of the Series, and he is a very deserved Man of the Match, too. England's Man of the Series is Panesar - 23 wickets at 18 apiece, this series. Thanks for joining us. Until next time - which will be the Twenty20s in a week's time - it's goodbye.

21.4
4
Gayle to PD Collingwood, FOUR runs

finally cuts away through point and that wins the match, denying Vaughan the half-century, but judging by his broad beam, Vaughan will take the 3-0 series win and not worry too much. They walk off to a standing ovation, Vaughan holding his bat aloft. Applause, too, for Guyana's Shiv Chanderpaul

Hilarity. Gayle tries to Mankad Vaughan - I thought that had been outlawed? You've got to love a bit of amusement such as that. Vaughan gives him a half-amused, half-withering (and that's a tricky look to pull off) stare

21.3
Gayle to PD Collingwood, no run

tries the cut, again

21.2
Gayle to PD Collingwood, no run

tries the cut

21.1
Gayle to PD Collingwood, no run

outside off, left alone

end of over 212 runs
ENG: 107/3CRR: 5.09 
Paul Collingwood1 (8)
Michael Vaughan48 (51)
Marlon Samuels 4-0-12-0
Chris Gayle 3-0-7-1

"Ambassadorialising is a gerund, not a verb," says Mike Boggis, "so the word you would be looking for is 'diplomacy'." Splendid diplomacyising, then, Your Excellency. And a splendid surname, Mike. My childhood nickname was Boggis. With parents like mine...etc

20.6
1
Samuels to PD Collingwood, 1 run

oh, but he steals the strike with a cheeky single - there may be polite words from his captain, later

20.5
Samuels to PD Collingwood, no run

Collingwood making no mistake, and just defending

20.4
Samuels to PD Collingwood, no run

more defending

20.3
Samuels to PD Collingwood, no run

defended, again, on the front foot, again

20.2
Samuels to PD Collingwood, no run

defended on the front foot

Can Vaughan get his half-century, or will Collingwood deny him?

20.1
1
Samuels to Vaughan, 1 run

outside off, cut down off the back foot for a quick single

end of over 201 run • 1 wicket
ENG: 105/3CRR: 5.25 
Paul Collingwood0 (3)
Michael Vaughan47 (50)
Chris Gayle 3-0-7-1
Marlon Samuels 3-0-10-0
19.6
Gayle to PD Collingwood, no run

defended on the front foot

19.5
Gayle to PD Collingwood, no run

Pietersen will now get into a helicopter which will fly him down to Southampton for Hampshire's semi tomorrow

19.4
Gayle to PD Collingwood, no run

defended on the back foot

Samuels's celebration, incidentally, would have pleased a banshee

Pietersen is furious with himself. Stomp, stompy, stompiest. Crikey. Gayle will not let him forget this, will he. The crowd still love KP, with a rousing reception

19.3
W
Gayle to Pietersen, OUT

a soft dismissal - the one that went on with the arm and Pietersen plays late, popping a fairly awkward catch, low, to first slip

Kevin Pietersen c Samuels b Gayle 28 (50m 38b 2x4 0x6) SR: 73.68
19.2
1
Gayle to Vaughan, 1 run

outside off, Vaughan drives an inside edge to square

19.1
Gayle to Vaughan, no run

wide outside, Vaughan cuts right over it

end of over 196 runs
ENG: 104/2CRR: 5.47 
Kevin Pietersen28 (37)
Michael Vaughan46 (48)
Marlon Samuels 3-0-10-0
Chris Gayle 2-0-6-0
18.6
Samuels to Pietersen, no run

lets that one bounce harmlessly through outside off

18.5
Samuels to Pietersen, no run

on off, outside, and looks to drive to mid-on, but stops on the shot

18.4
1
Samuels to Vaughan, 1 run

dragged a touch short, and worked to midwicket

18.3
1
Samuels to Pietersen, 1 run

outside off, driven out through square

Best performances - batters
S Chanderpaul
S Chanderpaul WI
136 runs (257)
18 fours1 six
Control
81%
Productive shot
leg glance
49 runs
4 fours1 six
19211912273332
PD Collingwood
PD Collingwood ENG
128 runs (188)
17 fours0 six
Control
85%
Productive shot
leg glance
38 runs
1 four0 six
12022121581049
Best performances - bowlers
MS Panesar
MS Panesar ENG
O
16
M
2
R
46
W
5
ECO
2.87
RJ Sidebottom
RJ Sidebottom ENG
O
29
M
10
R
88
W
5
ECO
3.03
Match details
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
TossEngland, elected to field first
Series
Season2007
Player Of The Match
West Indies
Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Player Of The Series
West Indies
Shivnarine Chanderpaul
England
Monty Panesar
Series resultEngland won the 4-match series 3-0
Match numberTest no. 1836
Hours of play (local time)11am start, Lunch 1.00-1.40pm, Tea 3.40-4.00pm, Close 7.00pm
Match days15,16,17,18,19 June 2007 - day (5-day match)
Umpires
Pakistan
Aleem Dar
New Zealand
Billy Bowden
TV Umpire
England
Nigel Llong
Reserve Umpire
England
Trevor Jesty
Match Referee
Australia
Alan Hurst