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Broad turns to featherbed solution

Broad turns to featherbed solution

Stuart Broad may have Matt Prior, a roll of foam and a hotel maintenance man to thank if he is declared fit for the first Test against Bangladesh.

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Trott building back to power

Trott building back to power

Jonathan Trott believes he has done all he can to book his place in England’s side for the first Test by striking 101 in the Chittagong practice match, but he is not sure where he might be asked to bat.

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Trott ton strengthens England's hand

Trott ton strengthens England's hand

Jonathan Trott staked his claim for a place in the England side for the first Test with a measured century in Chittagong. Bangladesh A closed on 131 for three in their second innings, a lead of 52.

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Trott ton strengthens England's hand

Trott ton strengthens England's hand

Jonathan Trott staked his claim for a place in the England side for the first Test with a measured century in Chittagong. Bangladesh A closed on 131 for three in their second innings, a lead of 52.

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Tredwell a believer in domestic values

Tredwell a believer in domestic values

After three tours of duty, James Tredwell finally got the chance to take centre-stage for England. The off-spinner drew on similar "pressure" in county cricket to bowl sides out on turning pitches.

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Mum's the word for grateful Carberry

Mum's the word for grateful Carberry

England newcomer Michael Carberry has credited two people with bringing him back from the brink of retirement and into contention for a Test debut: his mum and former Hampshire captain Shane Warne.

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Tredwell's turn to impress

Tredwell's turn to impress

James Tredwell put his name firmly in the frame for a Test debut with six wickets to help bowl Bangladesh A out for 202 - but England lost three wickets in reaching 68 by the close in Chittagong.

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Tredwell's turn to impress

Tredwell's turn to impress

James Tredwell put his name firmly in the frame for an England Test debut with six wickets to help bowl Bangladesh A out for 202 - but the tourists lost three wickets in reaching 68 by the close.

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Kieswetter has huge future - Cook

Kieswetter has huge future - Cook

Alastair Cook predicted a sparkling England career for Craig Kieswetter after he hit a maiden one-day hundred in only his third game at international level.

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Ashraful targets low-key comeback

Ashraful targets low-key comeback

Batsman Mohammad Ashraful wants to return to the Bangladesh fold for the England Test series - but this time without the pressure of top billing.

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