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EXCLUSIVE: Ashley Giles admits ‘it couldn’t have been more stressful’ when he was replaced as one-day coach last year. He tells Richard Edwards he will ‘observe’ their World Cup games – but ‘won’t be jumping up and down’

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Bowler, 28, expecting to hit top form in Friday's crucial match

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Stuart Broad

The England bowler has apologised if he caused any offence

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Stuart Broad has spoken of a mood of excitement in the England camp ahead of the 2015 World Cup

England bowler is on a lucrative central contract

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Sean Abbott

22-year-old wins Australia's top award for youngsters

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Pakistan all-rounder Haris Sohail claims to have been woken up by a ghost

Pakistan are currently in New Zealand ahead of the Cricket World Cup next month

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Darren Stevens pictured in action last month

Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens among six individuals involved

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Afghanistan can get on map if they beat Bangladesh at World Cup

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David Warner and Rohit Sharma's exchange at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday

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Steve Smith celebrates his century as he looks to the skies

England 303-8 Australia 304-7 (49.5)

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The exhibition at the British Museum will seek to tell the history of indigenous Australians

The exhibition will seek to tell the history of indigenous Australians, from diverse Aboriginal tribes to the Torres Strait Islanders

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Mike Gatting (left) on the final 'rebel' tour of South Africa in 1990

A quarter of a century ago Gatting led the final 'rebel' tour of South Africa just three weeks before Mandela was released. It was desperately poor timing but the players were forgiven for their  'bloody money'. By Richard Edwards

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Rob Quiney carries the seagull to the boundary

The seagull was given a huge standing ovation after being knocked for six by a powerful Adam Vogues shot

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England ODI captain Eoin Morgan

Threat came just hours before England faced Australia in the Tri-Series

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England’s James Anderson takes an Indian wicket in their Tri-Series match this week

'It's something that's gone on for years and years – but, of course, there's a line'

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Steven Finn claimed figures of 5-33 to help bowl India out for 153

India 153 all-out, England 154-1

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Aaron Finch, captain George Bailey and David Warner of Australia leave the field at the end of the Indian innings during the One Day International match

COMMENT: It is the behaviour of yobs. Soon enough it will lead to violence

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Australia batsman David Warner

 

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Andrew Flintoff

Former all-rounder joined England for a session

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Kevin Pietersen of the Stars bats during the Big Bash League match between the Melbourne Stars and the Melbourne Renegades

COMMENT: There are too many offended people for Pietersen to go back to England now, of course.

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Rugby UnionEngland’s path to Cardiff for the Six Nations opener is beginning to look like a long road to nowhere
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England may be in bits but Stuart Lancaster spent much of Wednesday arguing that the remaining pieces can still stack up
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cricketEXCLUSIVE Ashley Giles admits ‘it couldn’t have been more stressful’ when he was replaced as one-day coach last year. He tells Richard Edwards he will ‘observe’ their World Cup games – but 'won’t be jumping up and down'
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The bowler is inching closer and closer to top form
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Golf A nasty business is how Rory McIlroy described the legal dispute that will see him take the stand in a Dublin court next week
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Tomas Rosicky and Phil Neville
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Stuart Broad
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More tennisMaria Sharapova’s father Yuri prefers these days to travel the world skiing rather than coaching his daughter, but he still keeps a watchful eye on the world No 2
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Sean Abbott
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