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West Indian cricket team in England in 2004

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West Indian cricket team in England in 2004

West Indian cricket team in England in 2004
England
West Indies
Dates 22 July – 21 August 2004
Captains Michael Vaughan Brian Lara
Test series
Result England won the 4-match series 4–0
Most runs Andrew Flintoff (387) Shivnarine Chanderpaul (437)
Most wickets Ashley Giles (22) Dwayne Bravo (16)
Player of the series Andrew Flintoff (Eng) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul (Win)

The West Indies cricket team toured England from 19 June to 31 August 2004. The tour began with 3 One-day matches against county teams, followed by the NatWest Series against England and New Zealand. That was followed by 3 first-class matches and 4 Tests.

England won the Test series by 4-0, the first time England has ever won all the Tests in one series against West Indies.

New Zealand won the NatWest Series, beating West Indies by 107 runs in the final.

External links

  • CricketArchive itinerary
  • Cricinfo

References

  • Playfair Cricket Annual
  • Wisden Cricketers Almanack (annual)
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