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Re: WI tour of England, July 8-28

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jul 27, 2020 4:31 am

West Indies 197 all out

Holder 46
Dowrich 37
Campbell 32

Broad 6-31
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Re: WI tour of England, July 8-28

Postby mikesiva » Mon Jul 27, 2020 4:41 am

England 226-2 declared

Burns 90
Sibley 56
Root 68*

Holder 1-24
Chase 1-61

Target 399
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Rain ruins day four of third Test at Emirates Old Trafford

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Mon Jul 27, 2020 7:03 pm

As predicted:

Rain ruins day four of third Test at Emirates Old Trafford

It was disappointing to see this incident on the third day - I cannot recall seeing a wicketkeeper deflecting a delivery onto his own face before:

Shane Dowrich suffers cut on the lip, severe headache after being hit at 90mph on the face
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Re: WI tour of England, July 8-28

Postby mikesiva » Wed Jul 29, 2020 5:36 am

West Indies 129 all out

Hope 31

Woakes 5-50
Broad 4-36

England win by 270 runs.
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England beat West Indies as The Match Referee's Son makes hi

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:59 pm

Following West Indies' 269 run defeat in the deciding test, a round-up:

Clutching at straws:

Did Joshua Da Silva’s wardrobe malfunction cost West Indies Manchester Test?

The gory 'highlights':

England v West Indies, 3nd test, Day 5 highlights: England beat West Indies as The Match Referee's Son makes history

Reaction, recrimination and analysis:

"Not many captains or coaches have their reputations enhanced after losing a series 2-1 but this is this case with Jason Holder and Phil Simmons ..."


West Indies home with heads high as England prepare pace for Pakistan

"“We don’t know what’s going to happen after this series with the international calendar but if there is an opportunity for England to come over to the Caribbean before the end of the year that would help significantly. It’s been a tough last few years for us financially, pretty much and we’ve taken a pay cut due to the circumstances. A tour hopefully, if it is possible before the end of 2020, would help keep us afloat.”


Jason Holder hopes England will tour West Indies by end of the year

England unlikely to tour West Indies this winter despite Jason Holder’s plea

England v West Indies: Carlos Brathwaite reflect on series and his time with TMS

What exactly did West Indies' batsmen learn between the second and third Tests? They had to bat time on the final day of both matches. Both days, they walked back defeated.

... It was shambolic and embarrassing. Every specialist batsman showed the resolve of a child spotting an ice-cream truck. None gave the impression that he understood what the batting group's main goal was: to bat out the balls they needed to ..."


West Indies' listless batsmen owe their fast bowlers an apology

‘F generous grade for batsmen’ – former England bowler Gladstone Small shocked by Windies inability to make tactical adjustments

No world-class batsmen in West indies line-up – The Commentators analyze region’s loss to England

ESPNcricinfo’s George Dobell and ESPN’s Alexis Nunes: Where did it all go wrong for the West Indies vs. England?

Courtney Walsh: 'To win toss twice and not bat first, probably cost us'

Michael Holding: Embarrassing defeat for West Indies

SportsMax Zone: England CRUSHES West Indies by 269 to regain Wisden Trophy and win 3rd Test

Caribbean Cricket Podcast: Test Series Review and Analysis

Daily Mail Test Series Ratings: Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes at their imperious best for England but it's a series to forget for Shai Hope with West Indies batsman looking a shadow of his former self

Jermaine Blackwood, Roston Chase, Shannon Gabriel top West Indies report card
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The post-mortem still continues ...

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Wed Aug 12, 2020 5:24 am

"Pace bowling legend Sir Andy Roberts believes a lack of proper planning by West Indies following their win in the opening Test at Southampton, led to their poor form in the remaining matches and their eventual series defeat to England ..."


Poor planning cost Windies series win: Sir Andy

Nowadays our "prime batting heroes" in a test series average 35?:

Maybe next time!: Blackwood says he wanted to make centuries in England
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