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Giles hails Mumbai victory

Giles hails Mumbai victory

Matthew Sherry

Ashley Giles has lauded England’s outstanding second-Test triumph against India in Mumbai and suggested the four-match series is now “anyone’s game”.

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Yadav out of Kolkata Test

Yadav out of Kolkata Test

The omission of injured fast bowler Umesh Yadav is the only change to India’s squad for the third Test with England.

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Finn back with a bang

Finn back with a bang

Steven Finn marked his return to action with eye-catching figures of 4-50 as the England Performance Programme impressed on the opening day against a DY Patil Academy XI.

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Pietersen and Swann on the up

Pietersen and Swann on the up

Kevin Pietersen and Graeme Swann have moved into the top 10 of the International Cricket Council rankings after their brilliant displays in England’s 10-wicket win over India at Mumbai.

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Pietersen set us apart - Cook

Pietersen set us apart - Cook

Alastair Cook put in much of the spadework himself to help level the Test series against India - but he knows who did even more to turn an “incredible” contest England’s way: man of the match Kevin Pietersen.

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England draw level with resounding victory

England draw level with resounding victory

Rob Barnett

England needed just 85 minutes on the fourth morning to romp to a series-levelling 10-wicket win at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. Having taken the last three wickets to dismiss India for 142, they reached a target of 57 in 9.4 overs.

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Pietersen looks to bigger picture

Pietersen looks to bigger picture

Kevin Pietersen reflected on a “satisfying” century yet admitted his 22nd in Tests would mean a lot more if it is part of a famous victory over India.

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Pietersen and Panesar propel England

Pietersen and Panesar propel England

Rob Barnett

England became firm favourites to level the series at Mumbai on the back of Kevin Pietersen’s pugnacious 186 and Monty Panesar’s 10 wickets in the second Test of four. India closed 31 runs ahead with three wickets left.

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Test quartet to link up with EPP

Test quartet to link up with EPP

England Test squad members Joe Root, Stuart Meaker, Graham Onions and Eoin Morgan are to join the Performance Programme for training.

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Swann lauds Cook and Pietersen

Swann lauds Cook and Pietersen

Graeme Swann paid tribute to Alastair Cook and Kevin Pietersen after their outstanding partnership left England in an excellent position against India.

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