Passing the Tests with honours: England's record under Michael Vaughan's captaincy

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*Michael Vaughan took over from Nasser Hussain after the first Test, which was drawn.

Second Test, Lord's

South Africa won by an innings and 92 runs

Third Test, Trent Bridge

England won by 70 runs

Fourth Test, Headingley

South Africa won by 191 runs

Fifth Test, The Oval

England won by 9 wickets

* v BANGLADESH in Bangladesh, October 2003 RESULT: won 2-0

First Test, Bangabandhu (Dhaka)

England won by 7 wickets

Second Test, Chittagong

England won by 329 runs

* v SRI LANKA in Sri Lanka, December 2003 RESULT: lost 1-0

First Test, Galle

Match drawn

Second Test, Kandy

Match drawn

Third Test, Colombo

Sri Lanka won by an innings and 215 runs

* v WEST INDIES in the West Indies, March-April 2004 RESULT: won 3-0

First Test, Kingston

England won by 10 wickets

Second Test, Port of Spain

England won by 7 wickets

Third Test, Bridgetown

England won by 8 wickets

Fourth Test, St John's

Match drawn

* v NEW ZEALAND in England, May-July 2004 RESULT: won 3-0

* Vaughan did not play in the First Test because of a knee injury sustained in training.

First Test, Lord's

England won by 7 wickets

Second Test, Headingley

England won by 9 wickets

Third Test, Nottingham

England won by 4 wickets

* v WEST INDIES in England, July-August 2004 RESULT: won 4-0

First Test, Lord's

England won by 210 runs

Second Test, Edgbaston

England won by 256 runs

Third Test, Old Trafford

England won by 7 wickets

Fourth Test, The Oval

England won by 10 wickets

* v SOUTH AFRICA in S Africa, December-January 2004-05 RESULT: won 2-1

First Test, Port Elizabeth

England won by 7 wickets

Second Test, Durban

Match drawn

Third Test, Cape Town

South Africa won by 196 runs

Fourth Test, Johannesburg

England won by 77 runs

Fifth Test, Centurion

Match drawn

* v BANGLADESH in England May-June 2005 RESULT: won 2-0

First Test, Lord's

England won by innings and 261 runs

Second Test, Chester-le-Street

England won by an innings and 27 runs

* v AUSTRALIA in England July-September 2005 RESULT: won 2-1

First Test, Lord's

England lost by 239 runs

Second Test, Edgbaston

England won by 2 runs

Third Test, Old Trafford

Match drawn

Fourth Test, Trent Bridge

England won by 3 wickets

Fifth Test, The Oval

Match drawn

Overall series record

Series: 9

Won 7, Drawn 1, Lost 1

Overall Test record

Tests: 31

Won 20, Drawn 7, Lost 4

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