Five Memorable England V West Indies
Featured News | 27th February 2014
England are currently in the Caribbean, finalising their preparations ahead of their limited-overs series against the West Indies.
Ahead of the first One-Day International, here is a look back at five of the most memorable encounters between the two rivals.
The second Test between the West Indies and England in their 2004 tour of the Caribbean was abandoned after 10 balls because of an unfit outfield at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
Nottinghamshire’s Alex Hales hit 99 as England beat West Indies by seven wickets in the Twenty20 international at Trent Bridge.
Andy Sandham held the world Test record when he made the first Test triple-century after a 10-hour innings of 325 at Kingston, Jamaica, when England scored 849 against the West Indies
Brian Lara reclaimed his world record for the highest score in a Test match when he scored 400 not out against England in Antigua in 2004.
Curtly Ambrose took 6-24 to help the West Indies bowl England out for 46 in their second innings of the third Test at the Queen’s Park Oval.