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Heather Knight bats during the 1st Royal London ODI between England and India

 

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England captain Alastair Cook surpassed his half-century on day two of the fifth Test against India

The return to a five-man attack has been crucial to England’s summer success

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Batsman’s county fireworks will continue in international arena, says his fellow opener Lumb

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Alastair Cook celebrates the series victory over India

Alastair Cook's side now third

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Alex Hales has agreed to join Hobart Hurricanes for the 2014-15 Big Bash League

Hales has been in scintillating form for Nottinghamshire this season

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Luke Wright hit a superb century in defeat to Yorkshire

Luke Wright shows again he is more than a one-day specialist

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Duncan Fletcher let slip that he already knows the India side

Test defeats "swept under the carpet" because of short-form success

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Sussex 368 & 98-4 (Wright 56 not out; Sidebottom 2-8). Yorkshire 493 (Williamson 189, Bairstow 77)

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Alastair Cook celebrates the series victory over India

Cook was under pressure midway through the series

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Joe Root on Day Three of the Test

England secured the series with victory on day three of the Fifth Test

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England's Chris Jordan (centre) celebrates with his team-mates after taking the wicket of Ravichandran Ashwin

Alastair Cook's side win the series 3-1

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Joe Root on Day Three of the Test

The latest news from the Oval on Day Three of the Test

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Kane Williamson of Yorkshire in action during day three of the LV County Championship division One match between Yorkshire and Middlesex on July 21, 2014 in Scarborough

 

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Joe Root steals a single on day two of the fifth Test

Root dug deep to prevent England suffering another batting collapse

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Natalie Sciver of England looks dejected as she lays on the field after a shot by Shikha Pandey of India races past her

India 114 & 183-4 England 92 & 202: India win by six wickets

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Joe Root salutes the crowd as he reaches his half-century

The familiar England batting collapse threatened to surface once again had Buttler and Root not steadied the ship

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Pakistan spinner is under investigation

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Joe Root takes the applause after another half-century in the fifth Test against India

India 148 England 385-7: Yorkshireman helps to turn the screw on India while becoming third Englishman to complete a half-century in all five matches of a series

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Gautam Gambhir lasted less time in the middle than the pigeons in shot

First innings could not have gone worse for the tourists

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England were brilliant on day one of the fifth Test

Bowled tourists out for just 148 and are 62/0 at close of play

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Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton sets the pace in practice in Belgium as he eyes success on Sunday
F1 Belgium GP: Marussia decide to reinstate British driver
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Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP drives during practice ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Belgium GP: The Mercedes driver was much faster than his team-mate Nico Rosberg
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Castleford’s Craig Huby trains at Wembley on Friday as he attempts to prove his fitness for the Challenge Cup final
RUGBY LEAGUEChallenge Cup: Castleford are set to take a major gamble on the fitness of Craig Huby on Saturday

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World No 1 Novak Djokovic has not enjoyed the best of summers since winning Wimbledon
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The British No 1 Andy Murray is confident of rediscovering his form at Flushing Meadows
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Serena Williams on her way to victory over Ana Ivanovic in the final of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati at the weekend
US Open: World No 1 says she has never felt fitter as she aims for 18th Slam at Flushing Meadows
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Roger Federer has credited coach Stefan Edberg for his upturn in form this year, resulting in him being installed as second favourite to win the 2014 US Open
US Open: Swiss is bookmakers’ second favourite behind Djokovic
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Nijel Amos beats David Rudisha to 800m gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
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David Moyes gets soaked
footballMoyes in shock after taking ice bucket challenge
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England forward Lianne Sanderson celebrates after scoring the fourth England goal during the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup Group 6 Qualifier between Wales and England at Cardiff City Stadium on August 21, 2014 in Cardiff, Wales
WOMEN'S FOOTBALLMATCH REPORT4-0 victory over Wales secures place at next year's finals
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Rory McIlroy hit three bogeys and a double-bogey yesterday
golfThe Barclays: Americans Cameron Tringale, Hunter Mahan and Charles Howell III share the lead
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Kevin Sinfield, of Leeds, is widely regarded as one of the best captains in the British game
rugby leagueChallenge Cup Final: Loose forward returns from suspension to lead his side against Castleford
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Adam Jones says he was reluctant to move but is looking forward to his new challenge with Cardiff Blues
RUGBY UNIONAdam Jones speaks about his hard decision to leave Ospreys for Cardiff Blues
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Taghrooda (right) has no answer to the late challenge of Tapestry in the Yorkshire Oaks
RACING Taghrooda's reputation unraveled at the Yorkshire Oaks
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England captain Alastair Cook surpassed his half-century on day two of the fifth Test against India
CricketThe return to a five-man attack has been crucial to England’s success
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Rory McIlroy alongside Jimmy Fallon and Tiger Woods
golfCOMMENTHe is now such a global superstar he needs no introduction
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Portsmouth players Jack Whatmough (left) has claimed he 'looks nothing like' Arsenal's Jack Wilshere
more FOOTBALLWhat do you think?
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Sunday League team Malsters Arms FC forced to fold because they played at Cardiff City Stadium on a Wednesday
...because they played at Cardiff City Stadium on a Wednesday
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Max Verstappen (left), speaking with his father, the former F1 driver Jos Verstappen
F1The 16-year-old Dutch driver has been confirmed to race for Toro Rosso next season
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Britain’s 4x100m European gold medallists (left to right) Adam Gemili, Richard Kilty, Harry Aikines-Aryeetey and James Ellington celebrate in Zurich on Sunday
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