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Tourists seal back-to-back victories

Tourists seal back-to-back victories

England completed a second comfortable win over a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in Fatullah, with half-centuries for captain Alastair Cook and Matt Prior seeing the tourists home by seven wickets.

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Tourists seal back-to-back victories

Tourists seal back-to-back victories

England completed a second comfortable win over a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in Fatullah, with half-centuries for captain Alastair Cook and Matt Prior seeing the tourists home by seven wickets.

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Shahzad sets out to emulate heroes

Shahzad sets out to emulate heroes

Ajmal Shahzad has been seeking advice from Pakistan legends Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis in a bid to forge an international future.

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Shahzad keen to bolster armoury

Shahzad keen to bolster armoury

England newcomer Ajmal Shahzad is relishing the chance to learn more about the art of fast bowling after having his first lesson on the sub-continent.

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Kieswetter adds to England options

Kieswetter adds to England options

Alastair Cook recognised the rapid emergence of Craig Kieswetter could cause healthy selection dilemmas after the new opening batsman blazed 143 in Fatullah on his first appearance for England.

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Kieswetter makes instant impression

Kieswetter makes instant impression

Craig Kieswetter cracked a thrilling 143 on his England debut and Paul Collingwood a rapid 109 to set up a convincing win over a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in the opening tour match in Fatullah.

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Kieswetter makes instant impression

Kieswetter makes instant impression

Craig Kieswetter cracked a thrilling 143 on his England debut and Paul Collingwood a rapid 109 to set up a convincing win over a Bangladesh Cricket Board XI in the opening tour match in Fatullah.

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Kieswetter hopes to ride out nerves

Kieswetter hopes to ride out nerves

Craig Kieswetter may cut an ultra-confident figure at the crease but he concedes his rapid rise to the England set-up caused an attack of the butterflies.

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Collingwood named Cook's deputy

Collingwood named Cook's deputy

Justin Goulding

Paul Collingwood, England's Twenty20 skipper, will serve as vice-captain to Alastair Cook during England’s tour of Bangladesh which starts today.

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England progress pleases Flower

England progress pleases Flower

Justin Goulding

Team director Andy Flower claims England’s Twenty20 displays against Pakistan prove they are heading the right direction - but insists they have much work to do before they reach the top.

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