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    Windies too strong for India
    17 June 2011 10:09
    ANTIGUA - West Indies finished off their one-day international series against India in style with a thrilling seven-wicket victory at Sabina Park.
    After losing the first three ODIs, the Windies salvaged some pride with a 103-run win in Antigua on Monday and limited their series defeat to 3-2...
    Tremlett, Anderson the threat
    15 June 2011 10:08
    LONDON - Sri Lanka can expect to find Chris Tremlett and James Anderson in full voice and on top of their game at the Rose Bowl.
    Unlike Stuart Broad, the third member of England's likely pace attack in the third npower Test, Tremlett and Anderson have conquered an apparent natural diffidence to...
    Amir in trouble again
    09 June 2011 09:59
    LONDON - Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Amir is being investigated after playing for an English amateur club side in a league match on Saturday despite his five-year suspension for spot-fixing applying to all official cricket.
    The pace bowler, 19, was banned for a minimum of five years along with...
    Window incident is closed
    08 June 2011 09:43
    LONDON - England insist it is "case closed" on Matt Prior and the mysterious broken window in the Lord's pavilion.
    Captain Andrew Strauss found himself answering many more questions about his wicketkeeper's accidental role in the smashing of a window than the whys and wherefores of England's...
    Alastair cooking for England
    07 June 2011 10:17
    LONDON - Alastair Cook's fifth successive Test half-century helped England overcome the loss of Andrew Strauss for a second-ball duck and move towards safety against Sri Lanka at Lord's.
    Strauss fell lbw on the back foot to Chanaka Welegedara for the second time in this second npower Test,...
    Anderson absence no excuse
    06 June 2011 10:39
    LONDON - England's fast bowlers may have been thrown off balance by the absence of their injured lynchpin - but that is an excuse which will not wash with their coach David Saker.
    The Australian bowling coach accepts the Lord's slope might have accentuated the unexpected technical deficiencies...
    Tremlett counting on Warne
    02 June 2011 10:24
    LONDON - If Chris Tremlett encounters Sri Lanka resistance at Lord's, he will know how to dig into fresh resources - thanks to Shane Warne.
    Tremlett, the tallest of England's trio of 6ft 6in-plus fast bowlers likely to be deployed in the second npower Test, is still grateful to the great...
    Strauss revels in win
    31 May 2011 09:45
    CARDIFF - Andrew Strauss toasted England's "extraordinary" victory over Sri Lanka in the first npower Test and admitted it was one of the most dramatic finales of his career.
    Strauss' side defied the inhospitable Cardiff weather - not to mention most pundits - to knock over the tourists for just...
    Anderson happy with wicket
    27 May 2011 10:17
    CARDIFF - England bowler James Anderson has predicted a close contest between bat and ball when the first npower Test against Sri Lanka enters day two.
    There had been suggestions that Cardiff's SWALEC Stadium was going to provide a flat track, but although only 48 overs were possible on day one,...
    Strauss warns against complacency
    26 May 2011 09:45
    LONDON - England fans may have felt like a comprehensive Ashes win down under represented the pinnacle but captain Andrew Strauss believes the job of becoming number one team in the world has only just begun.
    Having secured the urn in style over the winter, completing three innings victories to...
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