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Cool Collingwood warms to the task

Cool Collingwood warms to the task

Justin Goulding

Paul Collingwood demonstrated the value of experience to guide England to a serene win over Bangladesh in the opening match of the one-day series - and render Tamim Iqbal's century in vain.

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Cool Collingwood warms to the task

Cool Collingwood warms to the task

Justin Goulding

Paul Collingwood demonstrated the value of experience to guide England to a serene win over Bangladesh in the opening match of the one-day series - and render Tamim Iqbal's century in vain.

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Warm-up wins mean nothing - Cook

Warm-up wins mean nothing - Cook

Alastair Cook is determined to put England’s two warm-up victories to one side and focus on picking up a first series win as one-day captain. Their campaign gets under way in Mirpur on Sunday.

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Shakib targets England scalp

Shakib targets England scalp

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan has set his sights on completing his country’s full set of international scalps during the one-day series with England, 10 years after they won Test status.

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Broad puts past trip to good use

Broad puts past trip to good use

Stuart Broad was just 21 when he toured Sri Lanka with England in 2007, but he was already learning the lessons he hopes will make him a winner on the sub-continent three years down the line.

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Proud Cook ready to lead England

Proud Cook ready to lead England

England stand-in captain Alastair Cook is looking forward to building his relationship with team director Andy Flower during the tour of Bangladesh.

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School visit humbles Bresnan

School visit humbles Bresnan

Bangladesh may not be top of every cricketer’s wish-list when it comes to luxury tours, but all-rounder Tim Bresnan believes it provides an important opportunity to see another side of life.

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England players support food charity

England players support food charity

England players took time away from their busy training schedule in Bangladesh to visit children at their primary school in Dhaka.

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No time for experimenting - Flower

No time for experimenting - Flower

Andy Flower has no intention of sending out an experimental England side in the forthcoming one-day series against Bangladesh, following a strong victory over a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI.

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Bangladesh leave out Ashraful

Bangladesh leave out Ashraful

Bangladesh have named a 13-man squad for one-day international series against England, with Mohammad Ashraful a surprise omission. The former national captain has lost form recently.

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