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The ECB has unveiled a new and ambitious strategic plan which seeks to deliver successful England teams at all levels, to produce a vibrant domestic game as well as increasing and enthusing participation during 2014-17.Read more about ECB sets ambitious targets in new strategic plan
England selectors have named an unchanged 12-man squad for the second Investec Test against New Zealand commencing Friday May 24 at Headingley following the 170-run victory against New Zealand in the first Test at Lord’s.Read more about England squad unchanged for Headingley
Sir Ian Botham expects James Anderson to go far beyond his England record haul of 383 Test wickets after the Lancastrian reached his triple-century in the summer's first Investec Test with New Zealand last week.Read more about Botham tips Anderson for greatness
Following England's victory over New Zealand in the first Investec Test at Lord's, tickets for the second match at Headingley are selling fast.Read more about Headingley Test tickets going quick
To commemorate James Anderson reaching 300 Test wickets in the first Investec Test with New Zealand, ecb.co.uk has trawled through the statistical archives to pick out a few facts and figures regarding Anderson's ascent.Read more about Anderson's route to 300 and beyond
Bruce Martin has been ruled out of the second Investec Test at Headingley and former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori has been placed on standby to replace his fellow spinner.Read more about Vettori poised to replace injured Martin
Alastair Cook hailed England’s ruthless second-innings demolition of New Zealand in the first Investec Test as one of the best bowling performances he has witnessed.Read more about Cook lauds "outstanding" bowling effort
Brendon McCullum reflected on an “hour of madness” after seeing his New Zealand side slump to a 170-run defeat in the first Investec Test with England.Read more about McCullum rues 60 minutes of mayhem