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Indian paceman Ishant Sharma celebrates taking the wicket of England’s Sam Robson at Trent Bridge yesterday

India: 457, England: 352-9: England were short on method, instinct and endeavour

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India's players celebrate after taking the wicket of England's Gary Ballance

Sharma’s work, and that of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami, extended a worrying recent pattern: that of the touring bowlers showing a greater ability to swing the ball than England’s

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The latest report from Day Three at Trent Bridge

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Sam Northeast celebrated his recall by scoring a century

 

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Mark Stoneman’s fine rearguard action with Michael Richardson helped Durham force an unlikely draw with Yorkshire

Yorkshire 426 Durham 231 & 323-8 (Match drawn)

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England skipper Alastair Cook had another miserable day with the bat, scoring just five runs

England struggled again on day two and find themselves 414 runs behind

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Stuart Broad has asked England fans to back their struggling captain Alastair Cook

 

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Unbroken last-wicket stand of 87 took India well past 400 by tea

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Murali Vijay raises his bat after reaching his century at Trent Bridge

This series may be only one day old but he has already made his mark, scoring his first Test hundred on foreign soil

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Adil Rashid had his best figures at Headingley for four years

Leg-spinner proves he can make a significant contribution to his side’s title ambitions

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MS Dhoni's team will be keen to improve their record on foreign soil

 

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Alastair Cook prepares for a net session at Trent Bridge

Failure to beat India side without away win in three years should end reign

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Steve Magoffin of Sussex celebrates with team mate Luke Wells

 

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Tim Bresnan is back to his best after a long-standing elbow injury

Yorkshire 426 Durham 50-1

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Alastair Cook failed to make a score again at Headingley

Diary of a cricket obsessive

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Matt Prior dives during training ahead of England's first Test against India

Prior suffered the injury in training but Cook says he will have a test in the morning to see if he is in a state to face the Indians in the opening match of the five Test series

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England captain Alastair Cook (left) talks to predecessor Andrew Strauss before the fifth day of the second Test against Sri Lanka

The absence of a front-line spinner in the current England side has been highly criticised since Swann retired from the sport

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Lyth and Lees put on 270 for the first wicket.

Last August’s win at Scarborough was a pivotal moment in Durham’s title-winning campaign but Yorkshire can effectively put them out of contention with victory here

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The 27-year-old all-rounder has played 34 tests and 136 one-day-internationals for Bangladesh

 

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Chris Jordan, taking a catch during practice at Trent Bridge, is one of the England players waiting to hear today if they have made the starting XI for the first Test against India

Moeen Ali has been thrust into a role of front line spinner for which he is as yet ill-equipped

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Here is Tim Sherwood's team of the World Cup 2014
WORLD CUPOPINIONA keeper with no histrionics, defenders who can defend and forwards who are clever running off the ball
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Alan Hansen
OPINIONAlan Hansen will make one last appearance on Match of the Day after 22 years
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Indian paceman Ishant Sharma celebrates taking the wicket of England’s Sam Robson at Trent Bridge yesterday
cricket LATESTWhen it mattered, England were dreadful. India were superb
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NBA Four-time NBA MVP has made a stunning return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, shunning the Miami Heat
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NetApp-Endura’s Jan Barta rides in Jean-Marc Bideau’s slipstream during a breakaway on stage three of the Tour de France
Tour de France As crowds flood Parker’s Piece, the large green at the heart of Cambridge, Team Sky’s “Death Star” leads a convoy of sleek, luxury buses into the parking zone along its northern edge
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Andrew Talansky, of the US, crashes as the pack, with stage winner, Matteo Trentin, (foreground left), sprints towards the finish line
Tour de France leader Vincenzo Nibali is bracing himself for attacks as the peloton tackles the first of three tough climbing stages
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‘I couldn’t find the HP sauce the other morning for this lovely sausage sandwich I’d made. It was doing my head in’
GOLFScottish Open: You might have seen him on the grid walk at the British Grand Prix or in the royal box at Wimbledon
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Rory McIlroy battled to avoid missing the cut yesterday
Scottish Open: Rory McIlroy admitted he was shell-shocked after another frightful Friday saw him tumble down the leaderboard
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Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini of Arsenal launch the new Puma Arsenal kits at the Puma Store on Carnaby Street
footballMassive Puma deal is worth £150m over the next five years
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COMMONWEALTH GAMES Yohan Blake has apologised to the Scottish public for snubbing this month’s Commonwealth Games
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Manchester United Marouane Fellaini allegedly cut his hair
FOOTBALLImage of the Manchester United without his long locks has gone viral
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A frosty Lewis Hamilton (left) and Nico Rosberg after the Monaco Grand Prix
F1Nico Rosberg has hit back at his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton following his jibe about the German's upbringing
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Richie Porte (right) has taken over as Sky leader from Chris Froome
CYCLING“It’s his big chance and Richie has got nothing to lose,” says Team Sky director Yates
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Bradley Wiggins’ absence will be more keenly felt than ever after Chris Froome’s departure
Wiggins' absence will be more keenly felt than ever after Froome's departure
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Siobhan-Marie O’Connor competed at the London Olympics but is now in her medal-winning prime
SWIMMING Siobhan-Marie O’Connor is 18 and a veteran of the London Olympics where she marvelled at the achievements of 15-year-olds
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Sprinters Yohan Blake and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce fly the Jamaica flag in Glasgow yesterday
ATHLETICSThe passage for athletics’ big stars to get to Glasgow has been far from smooth
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Mark Stoneman’s fine rearguard action with Michael Richardson helped Durham force an unlikely draw with Yorkshire
COUNTY CRICKETYorkshire skipper admitted an opportunity had been lost
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SAILINGvideo A dramatic video showing the moment a tornado flips a yacht onto its side in the ocean has emerged online
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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
Ruby UnionWomen's Rugby World Cup 2014: England name 12 players in squad with World Cup experience for campaign in Paris
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