India collapse like a house of cards in an earthquake as England complete a series whitewash.
India are made to follow-on, and face the final day still 162 runs behind with seven wickets in hand.
England’s serene progress towards another enormous score was halted only by the weather, and when the sun returned their bowlers left India’s first innings in tatters once again.
Your complaints about late delay are not only completely unjustified, but also ungrammatical. The fault lies in your inability to fill in an order form correctly. You are, in effect, a pompous, illiterate baboon.
Like Luke Wright’s ODI career, it was fun for a short while. And then we started to get really frustrated and had to go outside and find something else to do. Oh, and other brands of gin are available.
The war is won but a final battle remains, as England look to seal what would be a wholly deserved series whitewash.
Less than three years after being skittled at Sabina Park, England are top of the pile. How do they stay there?
England ascend to the top of the Test rankings as India yet again fail with the bat.
England piled up their third-highest ever score and Alastair Cook scored a career best 294 as a one-sided series became ever more one-sided.
A shambolic, embarrassing performance in the field by India allows England’s top order to fill their boots and their pockets with runs galore.