1. West Indies vs England: Anderson's Record Outshines England Performance

    James Anderson is now England’s all-time Test record wicket taker. England drew the first Test against the West Indies in Antigua...

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  2. Cook satisfied with effort as England fall short

    England did everything possible to win the first test against West Indies which ended in a draw in Antigua on Friday (Saturday NZ time), captain Alastair Cook said.....

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  3. West Indies vs. England: Winners and Losers from 1st Test

    West Indies repelled England's bowlers to secure a thrilling draw in the first Test of the three-match series. Jason Holder was an unlikely hero with the bat for the hosts, making an unbeaten 103 to see his side to safety in Antigua...

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  4. England left frustrated as brave West Indies cling on for a draw in first Test

    It had been a long time coming and for a while, as West Indies batted defiantly through the second half of the final day in pursuit of a draw in the first Test, it appeared as if it might never arrive...

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  5. Anderson, Holder Star in Antigua Draw

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  6. Anderson 'proud' After Becoming England's Leading Wicket-Taker in Tests

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  7. West Indies vs. England, 1st Test, Day 5: Highlights, Scorecard and Report

    West Indies held on to salvage a draw in the first Test against England in Antigua. Chasing a nominal 438 for victory, the hosts finished the day on 350-7 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium...

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  8. Jimmy Anderson, Probably the Most Skilful Bowler to Hail from British Shores

    He slipped in almost unnoticed. It was 15 December 2002 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the second of four one-day internationals squeezed in between the third and fourth Ashes Tests ...

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  9. Jimmy Anderson Becomes England's All-Time Leading Test Wicket Taker

    Jimmy Anderson became England’s all-time leading Test wicket taker on the final day of the first Test against West Indies in Antigua. The seam bowler removed Denesh Ramdin at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium to claim his 384th victim...

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  10. 'Pietersen Has Scored Enough Runs'

    Kevin Pietersen is scoring enough runs to warrant a return to the England team, says Australia captain Michael Clarke. The Surrey batsman, 34, has not played for his country since the last Ashes series in Australia, which England lost 5-0...

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  11. Youngsters Joe Root, Gary Ballance Both England's Present and Future

    "Thereafter, he milked singles as simply as if he was picking apples from an unattended basket full of already picked apples. He pulled meatily , but caressed drives with almost vegan delicateness...

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  12. Alex Hales Expresses Frustration over Stalled One-Day Career with England

    Alex Hales feels England have not given him a fair crack at the start of his one-day international career and claims the standard of limited-overs cricket in this country will continue to suffer unless a high-intensity Twenty20 tournament is created...

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  13. Ballance Delighted with Test Century After 'tough Winter'

    Gary Ballance was delighted to bounce back from his torrid World Cup with a Test century against the West Indies.....

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  14. Chris Jordan Takes Pivotal Late One-Handed Catch vs. West Indies

    Chris Jordan showed off his lightning-quick reflexes to take a pivotal late catch while England were in the West Indies on Thursday. The Englishman dismissed Dwayne Bravo with an impressive one-handed catch while Joe Root was bowling...

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  15. Gary Ballance Hits Excellent 122 but James Anderson Must Wait for Record

    Gary Ballance set the scene for James Anderson to take his 383rd Test wicket on day five to equal Sir Ian Botham's record by making his first competitive score of note this year and his fourth Test century...

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  16. Ballance Makes 4th Test Century

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  17. Vaughn: Cook Is in Horror Show, No Escape in Sight

    I thought Alastair Cook's movement at the crease was pretty good and I was on commentary halfway through a sentence praising him when he nicked to gully...

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  18. England's Alastair Cook Fighting Familiar Battles Against the West Indies

    Kemar Roach wasn't shy about the matter. "Obviously we have our team plans because Alastair Cook has a weakness—everyone knows that," the West Indian fast bowler remarked after the opening day of the first Test in Antigua...

    Tim Collins Written by Tim Collins about 3 days ago 422 reads 0 comments

  19. Moeen Ali Joins England for 2nd Test vs. Windies

    England have added offspinning allrounder Moeen Ali to their squad ahead of the second Test in Grenada, which starts on April 21...

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  20. England Duo Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott Experience Contrasting Fortunes on Day 1

    Warwickshire 's two batsmen on duty for England in the first Test against West Indies could not have had more contrasting opening days in Antigua...

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  21. Alistair Cook's Poor Run Is All in the Mind, Says Michael Vaughan

    So much of batting is played out in the head and that was perfectly displayed in the first day of this Test series. In Joe Root and Ian Bell we saw two players full of confidence and self-belief...

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  22. West Indies vs. England, 1st Test, Day 1: Highlights, Scorecard and Report

    Ian Bell scored his 22nd Test century as England recovered from a shaky start to the series in the West Indies. Bell made 143 as the tourists reached 341-5 at stumps on day one of the first Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua...

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  23. How Anderson Joined All-Time Greats with 100 Tests

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  24. James Anderson Plays 100th Test vs. West Indies

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  25. Try as He Might, Cook Can't Avoid KP Forever

    JUST hours before England began a Test series in the Caribbean that is being looked upon as the start of a new era, much of the UK media's attention was focused on what was happening 6,400 kilometres away...

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