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Last Updated: Monday, 6 December, 2004, 10:39 GMT
BBC Sport runs the rule over the England side that beat Zimbabwe 4-0 in the controversial one-day series.
Went into the series with a much-publicised unsatisfactory record in ODIs but emerged with an aggregate of 211 runs, a best of 90 not out and the man-of-the-series award.
Continues to be a mercurial performer - produced the tournament's only century in the third match at Bulawayo with a vintage performance after two moderate scores.
The first four ODIs of Bell's career underlined his potential as he crafted two attractive half-centuries and even got three cheap wickets in the last match.
Strauss managed a best of just 33 in four innings and was twice lucky to survive lbw decisions in Bulawayo. Not a great tour for him.
A woeful performance with the bat - 13 runs in three digs - was allieved by some reliable bowling which proved economical and yielded wickets.
A horrible golden duck and some unconvincing spin-bowling in the final match followed a match-winning 77 not out in the second match and some excellent fielding.
His wicket-keeping improves all the time and he produced two hard-hitting fifties under pressure when he scored at better than a run a ball.
Five wickets in three matches and a good economy rate - job done for England's premier spinner though sterner challenges lie ahead.
After a problematic Champions Trophy showing, Wharf had a fine series in Zimbabwe and deserved his promotion to open the bowling in Bulawayo.
Had two moderate games in Harare, was rightly dropped for the first match in Bulawayo, but found his feet at last with 4-34 in the final contest.
Something was not right with the Burnley swing merchant. Dropped for the final match after three wretched performances.
Sat out the first two matches but his extra pace made life uncomfortable at times for opposition batsmen in Bulawayo.
Given a debut in the final match, the Sussex right-hander hit a solid 35 before driving a catch to short mid-wicket.
Given one opportunity to impress, Batty failed to do so and England should contemplate giving the back-up spinning berth to a new face.
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