Predictably, the Tied Test wins in a walk.
A tale of three countries up now. Looks pretty competitive, though I have been wrong....
4th Test: England v Australia at Manchester, Jul 24-26, 1902 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo
4th Test: Australia v West Indies at Adelaide, Jan 23-26, 1993 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo
2nd Test: England v West Indies at Lord's, Jun 29-Jul 1, 2000 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo
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Have to say I did not know anything about any of those three matches. Looking at scorecards, and glancing over the match reports, I'd go for Adelaide 1993. Curtly Ambrose heroics FTW.
I was 6 years old; and yet still have memories of Adelaide. Any game with Ambrose at his peak should make it to the final.
Amazing fightback from England. I witnessed the denoument huddled around a small portable telly in a B&B in Whitley Bay with my mates where I was on a stag do; cricket > titty bars, clearly. Great memories.
Cork's knock was the best 33 you'll ever see. He came to the crease with 39 still needed and seven wickets down facing a fired up Ambrose and Walsh and lost Caddick, who'd set up the win 5 for eff all the day before, with 28 still required.
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Will go for Adelaide just for Curtley's expression in that picture
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Definitely in my top 5 of all-time
lords amazing game.
Lords. End of an era and a nerve-shredding finish that didn't look remotely likely two days in.
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The Old Trafford, Manchester test looks amazing. That takes my vote.
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