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James Anderson’s scowling manner in which he plays may have led to India proceeding with their complaint

The tourists are confident they have enough evidence to make their charges of misbehaviour stick

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Jos Buttler, one of only two changes to the squad for the third Test, has impressed behind the stumps and with the bat

Senior players, Ian Bell, Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Board, will all continue in the Third Test

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Steve Kirby has retired from county cricket due to injury

 

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Adam Lyth jumps on Jack Brooks after taking the last wicket

Yorkshire 253 & 400-5 dec Middlesex 232 & 201 (Yorkshire win by 220 runs)

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Alastair Cook is refusing to resign as England captain despite this defeat

Diary of a cricket obsessive

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Andrew Gale on his way to completing his century for Yorkshire

Yorkshire 253 & 400-5 Middlesex 232

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England wicketkeeper Matt Prior has decided to take a break from the England team to deal with various injury problems

Prior has been out of form and battling injury with Jos Buttler set to get a chance behind the stumps in the Test team

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James Anderson (on the ground) is run out by Ravi Jadeja to clinch the second Test for India and heap further pressure on the England team and their captain, Alastair Cook

For now, there is a genuine belief in Cook’s continued tenure and his right to try to halt a serious run of poor performances.

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Moeen Ali plays the final ball before lunch into the hands of India's Cheteshwar Pujara

But a team lacking form and direction prompt only more declarations of faith

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Ben Stokes trudges off after his latest batting failure for England as Ishant Sharma celebrates one of his seven wickets

Even for a nation whose history is littered with famous batting meltdowns, this is a particularly dismal run for England

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England captain Alastair Cook talks to coach Peter Moores

England's woeful run of results have shone little signs of an upturn

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England captain Alastair Cook celebrates with former skipper Andrew Strauss

Cook's position as skipper is under severe scrutiny after a string of poor performances with the bat has coincided with a nine-match winless streak

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Stuart Broad reacts during India's second innings at Lord's

Fast-bowler reveals he had to swap rooms at London's Langham Hotel because the taps turned on automatically and a 'presence' was with him in the room

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Ravindra Jadeja celebrates after removing Sam Robson

The intent was there, he was positive from ball one

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England's Captain Alastair Cook walks back to the pavilion after getting out for 22 runs

 

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Yorkshire 253 & 29-1 v Middlesex 232

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England's Captain Alastair Cook walks back to the pavilion after getting out for 22 runs

second Test, day four: India 295 & 342 v England 319 & 105-4

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Cook, Joe Root and Ian Bell celebrate after Matt Prior took the catch of India's Cheteshwar Pujara

Hosts find themselves back in the game after a late flurry

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Alaistair Cook looks on in frustration during the second Test between England and India

The Calvin report: Criticism of Alastair Cook has long gone beyond the pale but even he knows his time is running out

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Bad brush-work: Shane Doherty works down the leg-stump line

Second Test clouded in pitch controversy after groundstaff member Shane Doherty appeared to drag his foot down the line of leg stump

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Michael Jamieson, who was just 0.15sec short of gold in the 200m breaststroke at London 2012, is favourite to give Scotland early success in his hometown at the Commonwealth Games
The Scottish swimmer is ready for ‘the biggest race of my life’ at the Commonwealth Games
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England’s team pursuit squad, including Bradley Wiggins, train in the Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow in preparation for the Commonwealth Games
Organisers promise ‘best ever’ Games while Brits ponder prospect of racing team-mates
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PREVIEW We pick out the athletes from the United Kingdom to keep an eye on over the next fortnight
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James Anderson’s scowling manner in which he plays may have led to India proceeding with their complaint
CricketThe tourists are confident they have enough evidence to make their charges of misbehaviour stick
Sport
Jos Buttler, one of only two changes to the squad for the third Test, has impressed behind the stumps and with the bat
Senior players, Ian Bell, Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Board, will all continue in the Third Test
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Frank Lampard will captain England against Ecuador
FOOTBALLNew York newspaper re-runs 13-year old story
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Dunga was relieved of his duties after arriving back in Brazil
Former coach and World Cup winner replaces Luiz Felipe Scolari and begins rebuilding process
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Michael Rogers takes a bow as he claims victory on stage 16 of the Tour
CYCLINGTour de France 2014: Australian Mick Rogers wins the longest stage, while Vincenzo Nibali remains in yellow as race enters the Pyrenees
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Rory McIlroy and the Claret Jug
GOLFManchester United to extend invitation to the Northern Irishman
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REACTIONThe Open: But he will soon turn his attention to The Masters, writes Kevin Garside
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Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler stand with their awards for joint second place
REACTIONThe Open: Spaniard finishes Open runner-up again but is proud of how he pushed McIlroy
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David Rudisha has become a big hero in Galway
COMMONWEALTH GAMESKenyan Olympic champion admits he owes much of his success to a remarkable Irish coach back home
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boxingThe show at Manchester’s Phones 4U Arena will still go ahead, with Billy Joe Saunders now in the main event
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CyclingMark Cavendish, back at the Tour for a day, says he is  still uncertain when he will return to racing
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Simon Yates has pulled out of the Tour de France after an impressive debut ride
ANALYSISTour de France: Simon Yates pulls out of the Tour to leave Geraint Thomas as the only British hope - so where did it all go so wrong?
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