Australian cricket team in the West Indies in 2003
|Australian cricket team in the West Indies in 2003|
|Dates||10 April – 1 June 2003|
|Captains||Brian Lara||Steve Waugh|
|Result||Australia won the 4-match series 3–1|
|Most runs||Brian Lara (533)||Ricky Ponting (523)|
|Most wickets||Jermaine Lawson (14)||Stuart MacGill (20)|
|Player of the series||Ricky Ponting|
|One Day International series|
|Result||Australia won the 7-match series 4–3|
|Most runs||Wavell Hinds (352)||Andrew Symonds (275)|
|Most wickets||Chris Gayle (11)||Brett Lee (11)|
|Player of the series||Wavell Hinds|
It was Steve Waugh's last tour overseas and Australia were without Shane Warne who was on a drugs ban and missing Glenn McGrath for two of the Tests through injury. Their absence was compounded by painfully slow pitches, particularly at Bridgetown, and Australia played 5 bowlers in all four Tests.
Whilst the West Indies saved face in the last Test and three ODI matches, Australia were clearly the superior team.
* ODI's only
- CricketArchive – tour itinerary. Retrieved on 14 December 2010.
- Playfair Cricket Annual
- Wisden Cricketers Almanack (annual)
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