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Episode 65

Episode 65

Andrew Strauss reflects on England's defeat in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle - plus NatWest CricketForce 2012 from Merstham CC, Mike Gatting's podcast punditry, club advice on possible hosepipe bans, and interviews with Andy Flower, Jason Gillespie and historian David Frith on the first English trip trailblazing down to Australia

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Broad out of second Test

Broad out of second Test

England pace bowler Stuart Broad has been ruled out of the final Test against Sri Lanka after a scan confirmed a right calf strain.

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Gooch backs Strauss

Gooch backs Strauss

England batting coach Graham Gooch has lent his whole-hearted support to Test captain and opening batsman Andrew Strauss.

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Trott canters up rankings

Trott canters up rankings

Jonathan Trott has returned to the top 10 of the International Cricket Council’s Test batting rankings on the back of his seventh Test century.

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Strauss rues England errors

Strauss rues England errors

Matthew Sherry

Andrew Strauss admitted England paid the price for “too many mistakes” after they fell to their fourth successive Test defeat.

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Hard work has paid off - Jayawardene

Hard work has paid off - Jayawardene

Chris Devine

Mahela Jayawardene praised the character of his Sri Lanka side after they defeated England by 75 runs at Galle to record their first home Test victory since the retirement of legendary spinner Muttiah Muralitharan.

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Broad doubtful for second Test

Broad doubtful for second Test

Stuart Broad is a doubt for England’s second Test with Sri Lanka, which starts on Tuesday. The ECB can confirm he has sustained an injury in his right calf.

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Trott heroics in vain for England

Trott heroics in vain for England

Chris Devine

England suffered a 75-run defeat to Sri Lanka in the first Test at Galle, despite a masterful 112 from Jonathan Trott on day four. Rangana Herath finished with 12 wickets in the match for the home side.

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Trott heroics in vain for England

Trott heroics in vain for England

Chris Devine

Live images from Galle where England suffered a 75-run defeat to Sri Lanka in the first Test, despite a masterful 112 from Jonathan Trott on day four. Rangana Herath finished with 12 wickets in the...

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Swann bullish over England chances

Swann bullish over England chances

Callum Dent

Graeme Swann is confident England can complete the biggest fourth-innings chase in their history and win the first Test against Sri Lanka at Galle.

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