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Tremlett out to make one-day case

Tremlett out to make one-day case

Rob Barnett

Fast bowler Chris Tremlett is determined to make the most of the last three games of the Commonwealth Bank Series to put him in the frame for future selection in the one-day side.

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Watson prepares for poignant outing

Watson prepares for poignant outing

Australia all-rounder Shane Watson expects the fifth one-day international against England in Brisbane to be an emotional day following the devastating floods that affected the city and state.

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Collingwood ready to turn the corner

Collingwood ready to turn the corner

Despite enduring a forgettable tour of Australia with the bat, Paul Collingwood is confident his best form is not far away. He made a useful contribution in Adelaide and hopes "it might just click" in Brisbane

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Lightning can strike twice - Strauss

Lightning can strike twice - Strauss

Andrew Strauss believes England can emulate their remarkable win in the Commonwealth Bank Series four years ago after victory over Australia at Adelaide, saying: “I don’t see any reason why not.”

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Trott pinpoints Prior partnership

Trott pinpoints Prior partnership

Rob Barnett

Match-winner Jonathan Trott cited his century stand with Matt Prior as key to England’s first victory in the Commonwealth Bank Series.

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Trott shows all-round worth

Trott shows all-round worth

Justin Goulding

Jonathan Trott starred with bat and then ball as England kept the Commonwealth Bank Series alive courtesy of a 21-run win over Australia in Adelaide. He followed up a measured century by taking 2-31.

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Flower counts the cost of injuries

Flower counts the cost of injuries

Andy Flower has admitted England’s gruelling tour of Australia is taking its toll on the players who have been involved throughout. Graeme Swann has followed Tim Bresnan home because of injury.

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Chappell backs under-fire Clarke

Chappell backs under-fire Clarke

Out-of-form Australia stand-in captain Michael Clarke has been given the support of selector Greg Chappell after a week of intense media scrutiny.

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Woakes takes pride from Lions prowl

Woakes takes pride from Lions prowl

Danny Till

Chris Woakes has spoken of the positive impact playing for England Lions has had on his career. He told ecb.co.uk: "You get to play against some ex-internationals and current internationals.”

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Tremlett earns incremental contract

Tremlett earns incremental contract

The ECB has announced that Surrey and England pace bowler Chris Tremlett has been awarded an incremental contract for 2010-11. He qualifies by having played in three Tests and three ODIs.

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