Tag: england-in-west-indies

  • England

    Pitch Report: Kensington Oval

    The stadium in Brigdetown, Barbados is steeped in history as the West Indies played their first Test match at the venue in 1930.

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  • Blog Opinion

    Media wrap: England’s loss in Barbados

    With England drawing the Test series against the West Indies in the Caribbean, losing the third match inside three days, the media in the UK had plenty to write about, from the batting failures to the future of the coach and Jonathan Trott.

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  • Blog Opinion

    The right approach or opportunity lost?

    There seems to be a pattern with England cricket fans. There is always someone that people want dropped. It is hard to keep track of it all.

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  • Blog Opinion

    More hypocrisy in the Samuels Salute saga

    For the most part, it has been a pretty turgid and low intensity affair, but Marlon Samuels has managed to be at the centre of all the flashpoints in this series.

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  • England

    Anderson: It has been an incredible two weeks

    England fast bowler James Anderson hailed the last two weeks as 'incredible' after becoming his country's leading bowler in Test cricket on the tour to the West Indies, and said he is eager to carry on and get to the 400 wicket milestone.

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  • England

    Bravo, Blackwood seal tense Windies win

    The West Indies pulled off a famous victory at the Kensington Oval when they levelled the Test series one all by beating England by five wickets inside three days on Sunday.

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  • England

    Stubborn Samuels prevents collapse

    England skipper Alastair Cook won the toss in Grenada and on a day's play that was delayed by rain the West Indies...

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  • England

    Anderson: We didn’t cope with the pressure

    England fast bowler James Anderson was disappointed that the batsmen were unable to take proper advantage of his six wickets on day two in Barbados, as the West Indies took five wickets in the evening.

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  • England

    Wickets tumble as Barbados heads for early end

    We now have a situation where the final Test could well be over inside three days. England are 39 for five in their second innings and have a 107-run lead with five wickets in hand.

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  • England

    ‘Trott should not open the batting’

    Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott has joined the chorus of people confused by batsman Jonathan Trott opening the batting for England against the West Indies, saying Trott's game does not suit that position.

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