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England face Sri Lanka in three npower Tests, three NatWest ODIs and a NatWest International Twenty20.
Justin Goulding on 07 Jul
Alastair Cook batted with such speed and purpose at Trent Bridge that the game was over even before The Apprentice began.
In blazing his way to a...
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England v Sri Lanka 2011
Jamie Stanley on 23 Jun
When Stuart Broad strides out to the middle at Bristol and flips a shiny new coin into the air, it will herald the start of a new era for England.
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Justin Goulding on 21 Jun
As Rod Bransgrove, leaning back in his chair in the media centre, reflected on his beloved Rose Bowl’s debut as a Test venue, Kumar Sangakkara was pus...
Justin Goulding on 16 Jun
Rooting through the loft a couple of days ago, I stumbled across a copy of Wisden Cricket Monthly dated June 2001.
Alan Mullally, Michael Bevan a...
Rob Barnett on 05 Jun
Tillkaratne Dilshan has dominated this Test from the start.
His decision to bowl first took many by surprise. When England recovered from 22 for th...
Rob Barnett on 04 Jun
What prompted Tillakaratne Dilshan to put England into bat yesterday morning?
Was it an even, if thin, covering of grass on the Lord’s pitch? Or wa...
Justin Goulding on 31 May
For proof that good things come to those who wait, look no further than the first npower Test at Cardiff.
Five increasingly frustrating days spent ...
Justin Goulding on 27 May
Much has happened since the turn of the year: there has been an uprising in the Middle East, Britain is now at war with Libya, and a certain couple fr...
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