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Lax England still in pole position

Lax England still in pole position

Justin Goulding

England remain well placed to record a convincing win over Bangladesh despite not having everything their own way on the third day in Chittagong. The tourists lead by 434 with five second-innings intact.

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Lax England still in pole position

Lax England still in pole position

Justin Goulding

England remain well placed to record a convincing victory over Bangladesh despite not having everything their own way on the third day. The tourists lead by 434 with five second-innings intact.

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No substitute for Colly's hard graft

No substitute for Colly's hard graft

Paul Collingwood believes he is living proof that batting relies on substance over style after cracking a long-awaited 10th Test century to ram home England’s advantage in the Chittagong Test.

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England batter sorry Bangladesh

England batter sorry Bangladesh

Justin Goulding

Paul Collingwood, Ian Bell and Graeme Swann played starring roles as England moved into an impregnable position in Chittagong. Bangladesh closed day two on 154 for five, trailing by 445.

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England batter sorry Bangladesh

England batter sorry Bangladesh

Justin Goulding

Paul Collingwood, Ian Bell and Graeme Swann played starring roles as England moved into an impregnable position in Chittagong. Bangladesh closed day two on 154 for five, trailing by 445.

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Pietersen savours sweet taste of 99

Pietersen savours sweet taste of 99

Kevin Pietersen believes he has finally ironed out the technical flaws that plagued his preparations for the first Test against Bangladesh. He returned to near his best form, but fell one short of a century.

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Cook and Pietersen run amok

Cook and Pietersen run amok

Justin Goulding

Alastair Cook hit a superb unbeaten 158 and Kevin Pietersen a fluent 99 to help England establish an utterly dominant position in the opening Test of the series. They closed day one on 374 for three.

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Cook and Pietersen run amok

Cook and Pietersen run amok

Justin Goulding

Alastair Cook hit a superb unbeaten 158 and Kevin Pietersen a fluent 99 to help England establish an utterly dominant position in the opening Test of the series. They closed day one on 374 for three.

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Cook optimistic over Broad

Cook optimistic over Broad

England captain Alastair Cook has seen one of his first-choice seamers ruled out of the Bangladesh series in Graham Onions, but is hopeful Stuart Broad is fit to lead the attack in the first Test.

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Raqibul needs to reconsider - Siddons

Raqibul needs to reconsider - Siddons

Bangladesh coach Jamie Siddons believes Raqibul Hasan is “a confused kid” whose shock retirement on the eve of the first Test against England in Chittagong was a “rash, emotional decision”.

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