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Michael Carberry was the second-highest run-scorer for England last winter but was then discarded

The batsman has grown disillusioned after England’s Ashes debacle and allegations linking him to the Pietersen affair

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Sri Lanka win by 87 runs

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Australia’s new captain has an English mother and at one point was in two minds who to play for

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Alastair Cook failed again in the 7th ODI against Sri Lanka, scoring just 32 as England chased 303

The England captain was dismissed for 32 in the 7th ODI to leave England 51-3

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England captain Alastair Cook waits to bat during a nets session at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo

England supremo says that struggling Cook will lead team at the World Cup

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England cricketer James Taylor plays a shot during the fifth ODI against Sri Lanka

EXCLUSIVE COLUMN: Alastair Cook just looks worn out

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Alastair Cook walks after falling lbw for 1 to Sachithra Senanayake (right, with Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews)

Moores admits other selectors might differ but keeps faith with struggling captain after England concede one-day series with comprehensive defeat to Sri Lanka

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Kumar Sangakkara

Sri Lankan scores magnificent century in front of his home crowd to help seal a series win over England

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Cook made two vital errors but it will take a lot to see him demoted

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Michael Clarke falls to the ground after suffering a hamstring injury

Clarke injured his right leg when fielding a ball on the final day of the first Test which Australia won by a narrow 48 runs

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Sachithra Senanayke celebrates the wicket of Alastair Cook

Sri Lanka 292-7 England 202: England's run chase falls short as Sri Lanka clinch the series victory with an unassailable 4-2 lead

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Ben Stokes underwent surgery on a broken wrist suffered when he punched a locker

Stokes has lost his way since breaking his hand

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Sean Abbot celebrates taking a wicket

Abbott shone for New South Wales as they beat Queensland by an innings and 80 runs just three week's after the tragic death of Australian batsman Hughes

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Michael Clarke talks to Mitchell Johnson (right) after the bowler struck Virat Kohli on the helmet with a bouncer

A fired-up Johnson banged in a short ball that struck Kohli flush on the badge of his helmet

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Joe Root hits out on his way to a match-winning century for England yesterday

Sri Lanka 239 England 240-5: England averted the mother of all muck-ups

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England cricketer James Taylor plays a shot during the fifth ODI against Sri Lanka

England trail 3-2 in ODI series

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Joe Root and Jos Buttler walk off the field after clinching victory for England

The tourists win by five wickets

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Joe Root and Jos Buttler walk off the field after clinching victory for England

The rain-delayed match was edging towards a thrilling finish when a power cut saw every camera in the Pallekel stadium blackout

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Craig Kieswetter posted this picture of his injury in July

Somerset and England wicketkeeper suffered the injury five months ago

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Now batsmen will have to deliver when play resumes on Thursday

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Michael Garcia (left), the former Fifa investigator, and Hans-Joachim Eckert (right), who summarised his report, outside Fifa headquarters in 2012
COMMENTKevin Garside: Now he is outside the governing body, the option to leak his report is obvious
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Carter will join Racing Metro following the Rugby World Cup this year
RUGBY UNIONNew Zealand fly-half will head to France after this year's Rugby World Cup
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Reds Chairman Rod McCall, James Horwill and Coach Richard Graham
Former Wallabies captain will move to the Premiership club at the end of the year
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Steffon's 30-year-old brother, Delon, has 26 England caps at full-back
And Martin Castrogiovanni fined after Leicester Tigers row
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Susie Wolff takes part in a practice session ahead of this year’s German Grand Prix
FORMULA ONEThe Williams driver has had plenty of doubters, but hopes she will be judged by her ability in the cockpit
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Adam Gemili says he is now more established with the 100m
ATHLETICSGemili wants to become the sixth Briton to run a sub-10sec 100m
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Michael Carberry was the second-highest run-scorer for England last winter but was then discarded
CricketBatsman disillusioned after England’s Ashes debacle and allegations linking him to the Pietersen affair
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Australia’s new captain has an English mother and at one point was in two minds who to play for
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BOxINGCOLUMNThe pair meet in Las Vegas on Saturday night, writes Steve Bunce
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Katy McLean of England in action during the Women's Six Nations match between England and Wales at Twickenham Stoop on March 7, 2014 in London, England
more Rugby Union“Girls don’t play rugby,” they used to say. It’s just that Katy Mclean chose not to listen
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All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said he still ‘had the hunger and desire’ to continue in the job
Hansen broke new ground by signing a three-year contract
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athleticsKimetto and Kiplimo given two-year bans for using anabolic steroids
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Novak Djokovic of Serbia kisses the winners trophy after defeating Roger Federer of Switzerland in their men's singles final tennis match at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London
tennisBBC considers sharing broadcasting rights meaning event could become pay-to-view
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