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With England 1-0 down to India in the Test series, the third game will commence at the Rose Bowl, with the hosts desperate to reverse their shocking recent form.
A cloud of indiscipline and ill-temper continues to hang over the Test series between England and India.
WORCESTERSHIRE face a trip to play Surrey at The Oval a week tomorrow after reaching their fourth quarter-final since Twenty20 cricket began in 2003.
The new facilities at Manor Park cricket ground at Horsford are officially opened.
Alastair Cook's captaincy concerns and England's capitulation to India are high on the agenda on this week's Cricket Writers On TV.
Former England wicketkeeper Jack Russell believes the Sussex star must start from square one after deciding to take a break from cricket for the rest of the season.
India allrounder Ravindra Jadeja has been found guilty of "conduct contrary to the spirit of the game" in an incident with England bowler James Anderson during the first test at Trent Bridge.
YOU could forgive Danny Briggs for feeling a little envious when Jos Buttler makes his Test debut at The Ageas Bowl.
The heatwave has given Gray an unusual problem but it makes a refreshing change to the rain that spoiled the Ageas Bowl's first Test, against Sri Lanka in 2011.
CHRIS DENT has proved the old adage - class is permanent, form temporary - to be totally true in the NatWest T20 match against league leaders Essex at the Cheltenham Festival.
You had to be at Headingley to really understand how much treacle Nick Compton was batting in.
Nottinghamshire batsman Alex Hales hopes his form this season in the LV= County Championship can help secure him a place in the England squad for the forthcoming ICC World Cup.
The national side has failed to win any of their last 10 Tests and are a side in desperate need of inspiration.
Nelson Mandela has spoken about this. "What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.
Exmouth Community College cricketing visit to Warwickshire CC. The party of coahces and students outside Edgbaston with Jonathan Trott of Warwickshire CCC Trip organiser, Ian Taylor, said: The students had a wonderful couple of days.
Andy Flower will coach the second-string England Lions during their triangular one-day series against New Zealand A and Sri Lanka A. Flower, who stood down as England coach after last winter's 5-0 Ashes defeat and is now the England and Wales Cricket Board's technical director of elite coaching, is in charge of a 13-man squad captained by ... (more)
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 02:15 am
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