English cricket team in the West Indies in 2003–04

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England in the West Indies in 2003–04
Dates 1 March – 5 May 2004
Captains Michael Vaughan Brian Lara
Test series
Result England won the 4-match series 3–0
Most runs Butcher 296
Thorpe 274
Vaughan 245
Lara 500
Hinds 277
Sarwan 192
Most wickets Harmison 23
Hoggard 13
Flintoff 11
Best 12
Collins 11
Edwards 10
Player of the series Stephen Harmison
One Day International series
Result 7-match series drawn 2–2
Most runs Trescothick 267
Strauss 172
Flintoff 121
Sarwan 216
Chanderpaul 193
Smith 117
Most wickets Flintoff 5
Anderson 4
Gough 4
Gayle 7
Bradshaw 5
Bravo 4
Player of the series Marcus Trescothick

The England cricket team toured West Indies from 1 March to 5 May 2004 as part of the 2003–04 West Indian cricket season. The tour included four Tests and seven One Day Internationals.

Squad lists[edit]

Test Squads ODI Squads
 England[1]  West Indies[2]  England[3]  West Indies[4]
Michael Vaughan (c) Brian Lara (c) Michael Vaughan (c) Brian Lara (c)
Chris Read (wk) Ridley Jacobs (wk) Chris Read (wk) Ridley Jacobs (wk)
Geraint Jones (wk)
James Anderson Ramnaresh Sarwan James Anderson Ramnaresh Sarwan
Gareth Batty Chris Gayle Gareth Batty Chris Gayle
Mark Butcher Devon Smith Ian Blackwell Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Rikki Clarke Shivnarine Chanderpaul Rikki Clarke Ricardo Powell
Paul Collingwood Dwayne Smith Paul Collingwood Dwayne Smith
Andrew Flintoff Fidel Edwards Andrew Flintoff Tino Best
Ashley Giles Corey Collymore Ashley Giles Sylvester Joseph
Stephen Harmison Ricardo Powell Darren Gough Dwayne Bravo
Nasser Hussain Tino Best Stephen Harmison Ian Bradshaw
Matthew Hoggard Ryan Hinds James Kirtley Mervyn Dillon
Simon Jones Adam Sanford Anthony McGrath Ravi Rampaul
Andrew Strauss Pedro Collins Andrew Strauss Corey Collymore
Marcus Trescothick Darren Ganga Marcus Trescothick
Graham Thorpe

Matches[edit]

Test series – The Wisden Trophy[edit]

1st Test 11 March – 15 March[edit]

11 March – 15 March
(Scorecard)
v
311 (86.4 overs)
Devon Smith 108 (188)
Ryan Hinds 84 (117)
Matthew Hoggard 3/68 (18.4 overs)
Stephen Harmison 2/61 (21 overs)
339 (103.2 overs)
Mark Butcher 58 (139)
Nasser Hussain 58 (158)
Tino Best 3/57 (19 overs)
Fidel Edwards 3/72 (19.3 overs)
47 (25.3 overs)
Ridley Jacobs 15 (22)
Devon Smith 12 (42)
Stephen Harmison 7/12 (12.3 overs)
Matthew Hoggard 2/21 (9 overs)
20/0 (2.3 overs)
Michael Vaughan 11* (9)
 England won by 10 wickets
Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica
Umpires: Billy Bowden (NZL) and Daryl Harper (AUS)
Player of the match: Stephen Harmison (ENG)

Ramnaresh Sarwan recorded a pair in this test.

2nd Test 19 March – 23 March[edit]

19 March – 23 March
(Scorecard)
v
208 (60.1 overs)
Chris Gayle 62 (81)
Ridley Jacobs 40 (64)
Stephen Harmison 6/61 (20.1 overs)
Matthew Hoggard 1/38 (15 overs)
319 (133.5 overs)
Graham Thorpe 90 (228)
Mark Butcher 61 (190)
Pedro Collins 4/71 (29 overs)
Tino Best 3/71 (28 overs)
209 (67 overs)
Ridley Jacobs 70 (92)
Shivnarine Chanderpaul 42 (147)
Simon Jones 5/57 (15 overs)
Andrew Flintoff 2/27 (12 overs)
99/3 (15 overs)
Mark Butcher 46* (45)
Michael Vaughan 23 (24)
Adam Sanford 2/32 (4 overs)
 England won by 7 wickets
Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Umpires: Billy Bowden (NZL) and Daryl Harper (AUS)
Player of the match: Stephen Harmison (ENG)
  • Restart of lunch on day 1 delayed due to rain.
  • Only 30.3 overs played on day 2 due to persistent rain.''

The second test win meant that England retained the Wisden Trophy.

3rd Test 1 April – 3 April[edit]

1 April – 3 April
(Scorecard)
v
224 (75.2 overs)
Ramnaresh Sarwan 63 (146)
Shivnarine Chanderpaul 50 (99)
Andrew Flintoff 5/58 (16.2 overs)
Stephen Harmison 3/42 (18 overs)
226 (90 overs)
Graham Thorpe 119* (217)
Nasser Hussain 17 (60)
Fidel Edwards 4/70 (20 overs)
Pedro Collins 3/60 (23 overs)
94 (42.1 overs)
Brian Lara 33 (112)
Chris Gayle 15 (14)
Matthew Hoggard 4/35 (14 overs)
Stephen Harmison 3/34 (15.1 overs)
93/2 (20 overs)
Marcus Trescothick 42 (61)
Michael Vaughan 32 (33)
Corey Collymore 2/24 (7 overs)
 England won by 8 wickets
Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados
Umpires: Darrell Hair (AUS) and Rudi Koertzen (RSA)
Player of the match: Graham Thorpe (ENG)
  • Play delayed on day 3 due to rain.

Matthew Hoggard claimed a hat-trick in the West Indies 2nd innings.[5] Hoggard got Ramnaresh Sarwan (caught), Shivnarine Chanderpaul (lbw) and Ryan Hinds (caught) in successive deliveries. This was the 33rd hat-trick in test cricket and the 10th hat-trick for an English man.[6]

4th Test 10 April – 14 April[edit]

10 April – 14 April
(Scorecard)
v
751/5 (dec) (202 overs)
Brian Lara 400** (582)
Ridley Jacobs 107* (207)
Gareth Batty 2/185 (52 overs)
Stephen Harmison 1/92 (37 overs)
285 (f/o) (99 overs)
Andrew Flintoff 102* (224)
Mark Butcher 52 (83)
Pedro Collins 4/76 (26 overs)
Tino Best 3/37 (10.3 overs)
422/5 (137 overs)
Michael Vaughan 140 (267)
Marcus Trescothick 88 (188)
Ramnaresh Sarwan 2/26 (12 overs)
Ryan Hinds 2/83 (38 overs)
Match drawn
Antigua Recreation Ground, St John's, Antigua
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK) and Darrell Hair (AUS)
Player of the match: Brian Lara (WIN)

Brian Lara's 400 not out is the highest score in Test cricket. His 400 consisted of 582 balls and is the fifth longest innings in Test cricket lasting 778 minutes (12 hours 58 minutes).[7]

ODI series[edit]

1st Match: West Indies vs England[edit]

18 April
(Scorecard)
West Indies 
156/5 (30 overs)
v
 England
157/8 (29.3 overs)
Shivnarine Chanderpaul 84 (96)
Sylvester Joseph 23 (32)
Darren Gough 2/22 (6 overs)
Andrew Flintoff 2/22 (6 overs)
Andrew Strauss 29 (46)
Chris Read 27 (15)
Chris Gayle 3/20 (5.3 overs)
Dwayne Bravo 2/31 (6 overs)
 England won by 2 wickets
Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK) and Eddie Nicholls (WIN)
Player of the match: Chris Read (ENG)
  • Play reduced to 30 overs due to rain.

2nd Match: West Indies vs England[edit]

24 April
(Scorecard)
West Indies 
57/2 (16 overs)
v
Chris Gayle 20 (42)
James Anderson 1/13 (3 overs)
  • Match abandoned after 16 overs due to rain.

3rd Match: West Indies vs England[edit]

25 April
(Scorecard)
v
Match abandoned without a ball balled
Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK) and Billy Doctrove (WIN)
  • Match abandoned due to rain.

4th Match: West Indies vs England[edit]

28 April
(Scorecard)
v
Match abandoned without a ball bowled.
Queen's Park, St George's, Grenada
Umpires: Darrell Hair (AUS) and Eddie Nicholls (WIN)
  • Match abandoned due to rain

5th Match: West Indies vs England[edit]

West Indies 
284/5 (48 overs)
v
 England
281/8 (50 overs)
Ramnaresh Sarwan 73 (77)
Darren Smith 44 (28)
James Anderson 2/66 (10 overs)
Andrew Flintoff 1/32 (9 overs)
Marcus Trescothick 130 (138)
Andrew Flintoff 59 (69)
Dwayne Bravo 2/57 (8 overs)
Ian Bradshaw 2/58 (10 overs)
 West Indies won by 5 wickets
Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK) and Billy Doctrove (WIN)
Player of the match: Ramnaresh Sarwan (WIN)

6th Match: West Indies vs England[edit]

West Indies 
282/6 (47.1 overs)
v
 England
280/8 (50 overs)
Shivnarine Chanderpaul 63 (55)
Brian Lara 57 (68)
Gareth Batty 2/40 (9 overs)
Rikki Clarke 1/35 (7 overs)
Michael Vaughan 67 (78)
Andrew Strauss 67 (82)
Chris Gayle 2/39 (10 overs)
Ravi Rampaul 1/54 (8 overs)
 West Indies won by 4 wickets
Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK) and Eddie Nicholls (WIN)
Player of the match: Shivnarine Chanderpaul (WIN)

7th Match: West Indies vs England[edit]

West Indies 
261/6 (50 overs)
v
 England
262/5 (47.2 overs)
Ramnaresh Sarwan 104* (105)
Chris Gayle 41 (52)
James Anderson 1/42 (8 overs)
Andrew Flintoff 1/45 (10 overs)
Marcus Trescothick 82 (57)
Andrew Strauss 66 (86)
Ian Bradshaw 2/46 (10 overs)
Chris Gayle 1/28 (8 overs)
 England won by 5 wickets
Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK) and Billy Doctrove (WIN)
Player of the match: Marcus Trescothick (ENG)

Tour matches[edit]

1 March – 3 March
(Scorecard)
v
281 (85.2 overs)
Mario Ventura 53 (130)
Shawn Findlay 51 (86)
James Anderson 3/42 (14 overs)
Matthew Hoggard 3/47 (15.2 overs)
320 (78.1 overs)
Michael Vaughan 105 (89)
Nasser Hussain 65 (91)
Bevon Brown 3/74 (20.1 overs)
Phillip Keating 2/32 (14 overs)
106/6 (36 overs)
Shawn Findlay 26 (48)
Donovan Pagon 26 (67)
Ashley Giles 4/19 (10 overs)
259/6 (dec) (60.3 overs)
Paul Collingwood 103 (142)
Andrew Flintoff 57 (71)
Lorenzo Ingram 2/18 (3.3 overs)
Shawn Findlay 1/33 (7 overs)
5 March – 7 March
(Scorecard)
v
119 (51.2 overs)
Jason Haynes 45 (105)
Stephen Harmison 4/17 (11 overs)
Simon Jones 3/40 (10.2 overs)
274 (79 overs)
Nasser Hussain 86 (139)
Michael Vaughan 66 (105)
Ryan Cunningham 3/37 (11 overs)
Phillip Keating 2/32 (14 overs)
70 (24 overs)
Kennedy Otieno 22 (49)
Simon Jones 3/3 (2 overs)
Matthew Hoggard 3/10 (7 overs)
26 March – 28 March
(Scorecard)
v
129 (48.2 overs)
Sylvester Joseph 36
Matthew Hoggard 4/27 (11.2 overs)
Ashley Giles 2/25 (15 overs)
347 (102 overs)
Graham Thorpe 88
Geraint Jones 66
Jermaine Lawson 4/94 (29 overs)
Dave Mohammed 3/114 (28 overs)
229 (78.1 overs)
Sylvester Joseph 50
Gareth Batty 5/53 (24 overs)
James Anderson 3/56 (18.1 overs)
13/2 (2.4 overs)
Rikki Clarke 8*
Ravi Rampaul 1/1 (1 over)
 England won by an 8 wickets
Three Ws Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados
Umpires: Mervyn Jones (WIN) and Tunley Franklyn (WIN)
16 April
(Scorecard)
v
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana
Umpires: Clyde Duncan (WIN) and Davetirth Anandjit (WIN)
  • Match abandoned due to rain

Reaction[edit]

Aftermath[edit]

Records[edit]

  • West Indies 1st test 2nd innings of 47 all out is the lowest innings scored by the West Indies.[8]
  • Stephen Harmison claimed his best bowling figures of 7/12 in the 2nd innings of the 1st test. It is also the best bowling figures in Sabina Park with figures of 12.3–8–12–7.[9]
  • On the 3rd Test England secured their first series win against the West Indies in the Caribbean since 1968.[10]
  • Brian Lara 400 not out is the highest score by any batsmen in test cricket.
  • Brian Lara is the 11th batsmen to hold the world record for the highest score in Test cricket and is the only person ever in Test cricket to regain the world record.[11]
  • Brian Lara equaled Don Bradman's record of two treble centuries.
  • Brian Lara also scored his 375 (then world record) total in Antigua against England 10 years previously.
  • Graham Thorpe was also present in Lara's 375 innings 10 years previously.[12]
  • Brian Lara and Ridley Jacobs 282 unbroken partnership is a West Indian partnership record for the 6th wicket.[13]
  • West Indies 751/5 is the 7th highest innings total in Test cricket and 2nd highest innings total for West Indies.[14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – England Test Squad". Cricinfo. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  2. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – West Indies Test Squad". Cricinfo. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  3. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – England ODI Squad". Cricinfo. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  4. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – West Indies ODI Squad". Cricinfo. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  5. ^ "Hoggard hat-trick triggers another rout". ESPNCricInfo. 2004. Retrieved 2014. 
  6. ^ type=team "England v West Indies 2004 – Hoggard hat-trick". BBC Sport. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  7. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – Lara innings". BBC Sport. 22 April 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  8. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – Lowest innings total". Cricinfo. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  9. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – Best bowling figures". BBC Sport. 14 March 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  10. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – 3rd Test". BBC Sport. 3 April 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  11. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – Lara World Record Test". BBC Sport. 22 April 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  12. ^ Fordyce, Tom (13 April 2004). "England v West Indies 2004 – Unlucky Graham Thorpe". BBC Sport. Retrieved 2007. 
  13. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – 6th wicket stand". Cricinfo. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 
  14. ^ "England v West Indies 2004 – Highest innings total". Cricinfo. 2004. Retrieved 2007. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Playfair Cricket Annual
  • Wisden Cricketers Almanack

External links[edit]