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England v Kenya
St Lucia, 24 March 2007

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Ground staff deal with the rain-soaked ground in St Lucia

Rain reduces England's must-win match against Kenya at the Beausejour Ground in St Lucia to 43 overs aside

England players observe a minute's silence

The players observe a minute's silence in memory of former England player Bob Woolmer who was murdered on Sunday

England's James Anderson (left) bowls Ravi Shah

Kenya decide to bat after winning the toss but lose opener Ravi Shah to James Anderson with only 10 on the board

Paul Collingwood celebrates taking a catch to dismiss Maurica Ouma

Anderson takes his second wicket when Maurice Ouma flaps weakly and Paul Collingwood pouches a simple catch

England players celebrate taking the wicket of Tony Suji

The Kenyan batsmen are not helping themselves, Tony Suji drives a Sajid Mahmood delivery straight to Michael Vaughan

Tanmay Mishra (right) ambles off after being bowled by Paul Collingwood for 0

And when Tanmay Mishra chops a Collingwood ball onto his stumps in the next over, Kenya are struggling on 74-4

England's Monty Panesar (left) runs out Collins Obuya

Kenya's plight worsens when Collins Obuya is sent back by Steve Tikolo and comprehensively run out by Monty Panesar

England's Paul Collingwood (left) fails to stop Steve Tikolo's drive

But Tikolo is the only batsman putting up any resistance and the Kenyan captain notches up his 20th one-day half century

Andrew Flintoff (third right) is congratulated by Michael Vaughan after dismissing Thomas Odoyo

Andrew Flintoff gets amongst the wickets, trapping Thomas Odoyo leg before to leave the African side on 112-6

Ian Bell (left) congratulates Paul Collingwood after bowling Jimmy Kamande

Tikolo and Jimmy Kamande put on 39 but the latter is bowled by Collingwood after an almighty swing and a miss

Kenya captain Steve Tikolo (left) is patted on the back by Andrew Flintoff after his dismissal

With overs running out, Kenya progress to 164 before Tikolo's fine knock is ended on 76 by a Flintoff yorker

Peter Ongondo is run out by Michael Vaughan's throw

More shambolic running between the wickets sees Peter Ongondo and Lameck Onyango depart as Kenya end on 177

Michael Vaughan

England suffer an early batting setback when skipper Michael Vaughan is caught by Obuya off Peter Ongondo for one

Ian Bell

Ian Bell makes 16 before giving an easy catch to Rajesh Bhudia at mid-off to leave England 56-2 after nine overs

Ed Joyce in action

But Ed Joyce hits 75 off 90 balls to help England towards the win they need to reach the Super 8 phase

Kevin Pietersen celebrates

Kevin Pietersen's unbeaten 56 seals the victory for England, who win the match by seven wickets


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