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Plunkett returns home early

Plunkett returns home early

England seamer Liam Plunkett is to fly home on Wednesday - a day before the end of the Bangladesh tour - "after experiencing minor discomfort in his right elbow when throwing".

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Bresnan 'sniffing' England win

Bresnan 'sniffing' England win

Tim Bresnan is confident England will extend their 100% record against Bangladesh with a fifth-day victory in the second Test. "It's four quick wickets tomorrow, then we chase 150 and win," he said.

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Bangladesh struggle to stay afloat

Bangladesh struggle to stay afloat

James Coyne

England sensed a distinct opportunity to depart Bangladesh with a series whitewash, having broken the heart of the hosts’ batting on day four in Mirpur. By stumps, the lead was 95 with four wickets left.

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Bangladesh struggle to stay afloat

Bangladesh struggle to stay afloat

James Coyne

England sensed a distinct opportunity to depart Bangladesh with a series whitewash, having broken the heart of the hosts’ batting on day four in Mirpur. By stumps, the lead was 95 with four wickets...

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Siddons fined for day four antics

Siddons fined for day four antics

Bangladesh coach Jamie Siddons has been fined 10% of his match fee after objecting to a series of umpiring decisions on day four of the second Test.

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Unflustered Bell puts England on top

Unflustered Bell puts England on top

James Coyne

Ian Bell delivered one of his most composed hundreds to squeeze the life out of Bangladesh on a slow-burning day in Mirpur. Three late wickets left England 440 for eight, a first-innings lead of 21.

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Unflustered Bell puts England on top

Unflustered Bell puts England on top

James Coyne

Ian Bell delivered one of his most composed hundreds to squeeze the life out of Bangladesh on a slow-burning day in Mirpur. Three late wickets left England 440 for eight, a first-innings lead of 21.

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Pietersen admits heat is on

Pietersen admits heat is on

Kevin Pietersen conceded England are under pressure after Bangladesh fought hard to establish a promising position on a sweltering second day.

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Trott weighs anchor on trying day

Trott weighs anchor on trying day

James Coyne

England required an innings of great patience from Jonathan Trott to stay in touch with Bangladesh on a soporific day's play in Mirpur. The tourists were 171 for three by stumps, closing the deficit to 248.

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Trott weighs anchor on trying day

Trott weighs anchor on trying day

James Coyne

England found themselves scrapping to stay in touch for the first time in this series following a resourceful display by Bangladesh on a soporific day's play in Mirpur.

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