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Winning ODI series was important: Strauss
Published on :4th April 2009
England's new skipper Andrew Strauss was all praise for his teammates for handling the pressure at the crunch moments to steer the team to a 26-run victory over the West Indies in the fifth and final One-Dayer here on Friday. With this win, the tourists wrapped-up the series 3-2 and ended a disappointing tour on a bright note.
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Flintoff hat-trick seals historic series win
Published on :4th April 2009
England ended their ragged tour of the West Indies on a high on Friday when an Andrew Flintoff hat-trick helped them beat the hosts by 26 runs in a rain-shortened match to win the one-day series 3-2. Flintoff took five for 19 in his five overs, including the hat-trick in his final over,
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Rain delays start of series decider
Published on :3rd April 2009
West Indies captain Chris Gayle said on Thursday that his side has decided against strike action during the final one-day international against England in St Lucia on Friday. Gayle said the West Indies Players' Association and the West Indies Cricket Board had come to an agreement
Flintoff and Pietersen cleared to play in England's one-day decider
Published on :31st March 2009
Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen have been given the go-ahead to rejoin England's one-day squad ahead of the final one-day international against West Indies. Both players stayed behind in Barbados yesterday to have further scans on injuries
Benn In For Miller Ahead Of St. Lucia Decider
Published on :31st March 2009
The West Indies have made one change to their 13-man squad ahead of the decisive fifth One Day International against England in St. Lucia later this week. Nikita Miller, who picked up a side strain while batting during the fourth match
Strauss credits team spirit after nine-wicket victory over West Indies
Published on :30th March 2009
Andrew Strauss praised the spirit of his England team after they bounced back from Friday's comprehensive defeat to level the one-day series against West Indies with a nine-wicket victory at the Kensington Oval.
Strauss puts England back on level terms
Published on :30th March 2009
Andrew Strauss hit an unbeaten 79 on Sunday to guide England to a nine-wicket victory over the West Indies on Duckworth/Lewis in a rain-shortened fourth one-day international at Kensington Oval. England's win levels the five-match series at 2-2 with the final showdown in St. Lucia next Friday.
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Harmison Back As England Bowl First In Barbados
Published on :29th March 2009
England won the toss and chose to bowl first in the third One Day International against the West Indies at the Kensington Oval in Barbados. After the third match, where they were completely outplayed by the West Indies on their way to a eight-wicket win
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Windies players' boycott threat back on
Published on :29th March 2009
England have an added incentive to win the fourth one-day international against West Indies at Kensington Oval on Sunday. They could escape with a drawn series if the words of West Indies captain Chris Gayle hold any truth.
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Inept England plumb depths as Chris Gayle hammers home their shortcomings
Published on :28th March 2009
Chris Gayle and his West Indies side reduced England to tatters today, winning a match reduced by early rain to 45 overs per side by eight wickets with more than 26 overs to spare following further rain and a revised target determined by Duckworth-Lewis.
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