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  Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 16:24 GMT 17:24 UK
N Hussain England claim series whitewash
Nasser Hussain's side beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets for a 5-0 series win.
Nasser Hussain Hussain: Mission accomplished
Nasser Hussain says England's clean sweep in Zimbabwe is just a starting point on the road towards the 2003 World Cup.
James Kirtley Time to reflect
James Kirtley looks back at the Zimbabwe tour and takes comfort despite not being in the squad for India.
New boys seek promotion
Many of England's one-day squad who beat Zimbabwe 5-0 will win places in the 16-man party for the winter.
Fresh options for England
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew reflects on England's successful tour of Zimbabwe.
Stewart still in World Cup picture
James Foster has not done enough to usurp Alec Stewart, says BBC Sport Online's Thrasy Petropoulos.
England player ratings
BBC Sport Online marks the performances of England's one-day squad in Zimbabwe.
Slipping down the ladder
Zimbabwe correspondent Steve Vickers looks at the country's fall from grace as force in one-day cricket.
England high on the Hog
Following his successful tour of Zimbabwe, BBC Sport Online profiles Yorkshire and England fast bowler Matthew Hoggard.
Hitting the headlines
In his fifth exclusive BBC Sport Online column, England bowler James Kirtley talks about the furore after his action was reported to the ICC.
Kirtley vows to clear name
England back fast bowler James Kirtley after he is officially reported to the ICC as having a suspect bowling action.
England record fourth victory
Paul Collingwood helps England to a convincing 70-run win over Zimbabwe in Bulawayo.
Foster reprimanded
England's Nasser Hussain, James Foster and Zimbabwe's Andy Flower are all warned about their future conduct.
England's heir apparent
Marcus Trescothick leads England for the first time - and his former under-19 coach thinks he will one day do the job permanently.
Grounds for optimism
BBC Cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew reflects on England's fourth victory in Zimbabwe.
England wrap up series
England cruise to a four-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in Harare, taking the series 3-0.
Famous cricket bust-ups
BBC Sport Online looks at some ugly incidents that have tarnished the name of cricket.
England cruise to second win
Skipper Nasser Hussain and Nick Knight hit half centuries as England easily beat Zimbabwe in the second one-day match.
Pick of Zimbabwe's bunch
BBC Sport Online profiles Zimbabwe's Andy Flower following his 142 not out in the third one-day match against England.
Knight the comeback king
Nick Knight puts a testing year behind him to stake his claim for a place in England's 2003 World Cup squad.
A dangerous strategy
BBC Sport Online outlines the potential risks of bowling Mark Ramprakash in one-day internationals.
Ramprakash the spinner
England skipper Nasser Hussain is eyeing Mark Ramprakash as a regular second spinner.
Referee's odd behaviour
BBC Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew criticises the ICC referee at the centre of the James Kirtley affair.
England end losing streak
England win their first one-day match in 12 attempts, but struggle to beat a lacklustre Zimbabwe.
Thorpe praises mature Hollioake
Graham Thorpe - who hit 95 on his return for England - praises Ben Hollioake who helped him set up the Harare win.
England make winning start
Graham Thorpe's 95 provides the foundation as England score an easy 138-run win over Zimbabwe A in Harare.
World Cup bid starts now
Batsman Graham Thorpe says England have a lot of hard work to do if they are to mount a serious World Cup challenge in 2003.


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