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    Bell keeps England afloat
    01 August 2011 09:26
    LONDON - Ian Bell survived one of international cricket's most bizarre incidents on his way to an exemplary 159 as England regained the initiative in the second npower Test at Trent Bridge.
    Bell already had an outstanding 15th Test century under his belt. But when he appeared to be run out in...
    KP relishing big summer
    26 July 2011 09:58
    LONDON - Kevin Pietersen hopes to recreate the spirit of 2005 after England started their Test series against India with a crushing victory at Lord's.
    James Anderson starred with the ball on day five as Andrew Strauss' side secured a 196-run win against the world's number one side. The result...
    Prior piles on pressure
    25 July 2011 09:51
    LONDON - Matt Prior scored a crucial century to pile the pressure on India at Lord's but warned that England still have plenty of work to do on the final day.
    Despite a first-innings lead of 188, England's first Test game plan was in danger of being blown away by a stunning spell from Ishant...
    India hit by Zaheer blow
    22 July 2011 09:42
    LONDON - India suffered a potentially crushing blow on a rain-shortened first day of the historic 2000th Test against England at Lord's, with star bowler Zaheer Khan's participation in the match in serious doubt.
    The spearhead of the touring attack bowled beautifully on day one of the series...
    Captain Cook leads attack
    07 July 2011 08:55
    LONDON - Alastair Cook narrowly missed his second successive hundred as England beat the weather, and trounced Sri Lanka by 10 wickets, at Trent Bridge to level the NatWest Series at 2-2.
    An Old Trafford decider therefore beckons on Saturday, after James Anderson did most to derail Sri Lanka for...
    Dinesh on top for Lankans
    04 July 2011 09:45
    LONDON - Dinesh Chandimal stroked an unbeaten 105 to help Sri Lanka to a convincing six-wicket win over England at Lord's on Sunday as the tourists took a 2-1 lead in the one-day series.
    The 21-year-old hit his total off 126 deliveries as Sri Lanka comfortably chased down the 246-7 set by...
    England overpower Sri Lanka
    29 June 2011 10:50
    LONDON - A fiery opening spell from England fast bowler James Anderson allowed Alastair Cook to celebrate his first home match as one-day captain with a thumping 110-run win over a shell-shocked Sri Lanka at the Oval on Tuesday.
    Anderson had been left out of the lineup the last time the teams...
    Broad defends Bell decision
    27 June 2011 08:53
    BRISTOL - Stuart Broad has defended the decision to omit the in-form Ian Bell for the nine-wicket defeat to Sri Lanka.
    Broad, making his bow as England's new Twenty20 captain in Bristol, would have hoped to be answering questions about his first victory in the job but was instead left to explain...
    India win opening Test
    24 June 2011 10:02
    KINGSTON - India won the opening Test against West Indies by 63 runs after running through the home side's batting line-up on the fourth day at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica.
    Starting the morning on 131 for three and needing another 195 runs to win, West Indies lost six wickets in the first...
    England right as rain
    17 June 2011 10:12
    SOUTHAMPTON - England's pace bowlers excelled on a rain-disrupted first day to reduce Sri Lanka to 81 for four in the third and final test on Thursday.
    James Anderson completed figures of two for 24 and Chris Tremlett took two for 17 as a combination of probing fast bowling and undisciplined...
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