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Master Chef rewrites history in Kolkata

Master Chef rewrites history in Kolkata

Chris Devine

The indefatigable Alastair Cook continued his assault on the record books by becoming England’s most prolific centurion in Test cricket as the tourists surged into a position of dominance on day two at Eden Gardens.

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Tendulkar's not my 'bunny' - Anderson

Tendulkar's not my 'bunny' - Anderson

Happy as James Anderson was to dismiss Sachin Tendulkar for a Test joint-record eighth time, he is not willing to call the Little Master his ‘bunny’.

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Anderson excels on England's day

Anderson excels on England's day

Chris Devine

James Anderson led the way with three wickets as England’s bowlers responded impressively to another lost toss in the third Test with India, who ended day one on 273 for seven at Eden Gardens.

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Cook pleased with options

Cook pleased with options

England captain Alastair Cook has welcomed the selection dilemma he and team director Andy Flower face ahead of the third Test against India at Kolkata.

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Dhoni spins pitch predictions

Dhoni spins pitch predictions

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni kept the mixed messages coming on the state of the Kolkata wicket for the third Test against England.

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Eden Gardens is paradise for Panesar

Eden Gardens is paradise for Panesar

Rob Barnett

Monty Panesar is excited about the prospect of featuring at Eden Gardens and again proving he is not a “luxury” player.

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Finn raring to go

Finn raring to go

Steven Finn is eager for a piece of the action again as England continue their quest to win a Test series in India for the first time in almost 28 years.

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Nothing Amiss with Vaseline episode

Nothing Amiss with Vaseline episode

Rob Barnett

Whether or not the infamous Vaseline incident took the shine off England’s third-Test win at Madras, Dennis Amiss and Bob Willis agree the controversy midway through a 3-1 defeat of India was “unfortunate”.

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Bairstow et al aim to emulate in-form batsmen

Bairstow et al aim to emulate in-form batsmen

England’s batsmen are confident of following the example set by captain Alastair Cook and Kevin Pietersen as they prepare for the third Test.

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Root impressed with Finn fitness

Root impressed with Finn fitness

Steven Finn will be ready and able if England need him in the third Test against India, according to expert eyewitness Joe Root.

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