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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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Injured Swann flies home

Injured Swann flies home

Off-spinner Graeme Swann has been ruled out of the remainder of England's tour of Australia due to a back problem. He missed the second and third one-day internationals with a badly bruised knee.

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Anderson: England yet to click

Anderson: England yet to click

James Anderson believes there is a simple reason why England find themselves 3-0 down to Australia in the Commonwealth Bank Series: they have not performed with bat and ball in the same game.

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Strauss bemoans batting failings

Strauss bemoans batting failings

England's batsmen again bore the brunt of the blame after Australia opened up a 3-0 lead in the one-day series with victory in Sydney. "There were too many soft dismissals," said Andrew Strauss.

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Victory makes Hussey's day

Victory makes Hussey's day

Justin Goulding

David Hussey set his sights on wrapping up the series on Australia Day after playing a key role in the hosts’ win over England in Sydney. Victory in Adelaide will give them an unassailable 4-0 lead.

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Hussey steers Australia home

Hussey steers Australia home

Matthew Sherry

David Hussey struck a composed half-century to guide Australia to a hard-fought four-wicket win over England in the third ODI at the SCG. They now hold a 3-0 advantage in the seven-match series.

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Hussey steers Australia home

Hussey steers Australia home

Matthew Sherry

David Hussey struck a composed half-century to guide Australia to a hard-fought four-wicket win over England in the third ODI at the SCG. They now hold a 3-0 advantage in the seven-match series.

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