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Onions returns home

Onions returns home

Durham seamer Graham Onions will fly back to England after being ruled out of the two-Test series against Bangladesh due to a back injury. He had already been told he would miss the first match.

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England await Broad prognosis

England await Broad prognosis

The make-up of England’s bowling attack for the first Test match will become clearer when Stuart Broad is assessed by the tourists’ medical staff.

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Raqibul walks out on Bangladesh

Raqibul walks out on Bangladesh

Bangladesh’s plans for the first Test against England in Chittagong were thrown into confusion following Raqibul Hasan’s announcement that he has retired from international cricket, aged 22.

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Unfinished business for Bell

Unfinished business for Bell

Ian Bell may have played a leading role in England’s winter tour to South Africa but still believes he has to prove himself worthy of a place in the Test XI, whether at first-drop or number six.

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Back injury puts Onions out of opener

Back injury puts Onions out of opener

England bowler Graham Onions has been ruled out of the first Test in Chittagong with a back problem. Stuart Broad, who has a similar injury, bowled 10 overs in nets and will be assessed on Thursday.

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Simplicity key for Pietersen - Vaughan

Simplicity key for Pietersen - Vaughan

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has urged Kevin Pietersen to clear his "cluttered" mind and get back to basics to rediscover his best form.

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Flower backs Pietersen to find form

Flower backs Pietersen to find form

Andy Flower watched a number of players enhance their Test credentials in the drawn warm-up against Bangladesh A, but is still anticipating a major contribution from the out-of-touch Kevin Pietersen.

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England held as Pietersen struggles

England held as Pietersen struggles

Kevin Pietersen's run of poor form continued as England drew their solitary warm-up match before the opening Test against Bangladesh. Set 284 to win in Chittagong, they closed on 185 for five.

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England held as Pietersen struggles

England held as Pietersen struggles

Kevin Pietersen's run of poor form continued as England drew their solitary warm-up match before the opening Test against Bangladesh. Set 284 to win in Chittagong, they closed on 185 for five.

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Test spot eludes Ashraful

Test spot eludes Ashraful

Mohammad Ashraful, who twice failed with the bat in Bangladesh A's tour game against England, has been left out of the Test squad for the opening match of the series in Chittagong on Friday.

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