Stephen Brenkley

Stephen Brenkley is Cricket Correspondent for The Independent.

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Jimmy Anderson looks on in the field during the final day today

England victory over India clouded by Jimmy Anderson’s ICC hearing

Bowler faces hearing on Friday and could be banned for four matches

England celebrate a wicket for Moeen Ali
Moeen Ali of England celebrates capturing the wicket of Virat Kohli

England vs India: Moeen Ali excels as England close in on victory

Day Four: England 569-7 dec & 205-4 dec v India 330 & 112-4

Englands Stuart Broad (R) appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of Indias Cheteshwar Pujara
The ‘Free Palestine’ bracelet worn by Moeen Ali

England vs India: Moeen Ali may face charge over ‘Free Palestine’ wristbands

Batsman’s protest overshadows Bell’s century against India in third Test

Gary Ballance (R) of England raises his bat after reaching his 150 alongside Ian Bell during day two of the 3rd Investec Test match between England and India

England vs India report: England expects as Bell, Ballance and Buttler make B-line for victory

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Argy bargy: Anderson relaxes ahead of the Third Test with a spot of rugby

England v India: If Jimmy Anderson does get banned he could do with the rest

Fast bowler embodies the craziness of the relentless schedule which is now established for England cricketers
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England v India: Alastair Cook under siege in numbers game

Without a win for 10 Tests and a captain who hasn't scored a century in 27 innings it's getting desperate
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Former England coach has only sympathy for the man overseeing the summer’s Test debacle though, he tells Stephen Brenkley, he expected more

Jos Buttler plays rugby during the England cricket team’s training

England vs India Third Test preview: Bad tempers cast cloud over series but Jos Buttler brings a silver lining

All-rounder Ravi Jadeja was fined for his part in a spat with the England fast bowler Jimmy Anderson

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