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The faces of England’s players and coaches on the dressing room balcony during the second Test at Lord’s give the game away

Former England coach has only sympathy for the man overseeing the summer’s Test debacle though, he tells Stephen Brenkley, he expected more

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Jos Buttler plays rugby during the England cricket team’s training

All-rounder Ravi Jadeja was fined for his part in a spat with the England fast bowler Jimmy Anderson

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Alastair Cook tries his hand at rugby during yesterday’s training session at the Ageas Bowl

Life in the country could become more attractive than leading his country…

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Andy Flower will lead England Lions in their triangular series next month

 

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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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Joanna Rowsell of England celebrates winning gold after the Women's 3000 metres Individual Pursuit final at Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome
COMMONWEALTH GAMESCommonwealth Games 2014: English hope comes good in the 3,000 metres individual pursuit
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Commonwealth Games 2014: Hurdler becomes second Welsh athlete to be forced out of Games over doping allegations
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Sir Bradley Wiggins removes his silver medal after the podium ceremony for the men’s 4,000m team pursuit in Glasgow yesterday
Commonwealth Games 2014: Wiggins displays appetite for Rio quest despite defeat to Aussies
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The team from Nauru enter the stadium during the Commonwealth Games’ opening ceremony in Glasgow on Wednesday evening
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Scotland’s Ross Murdoch reacts in disbelief to his victory in the 200m breaststroke
The poster boy of Glasgow 2014 arrived as the fastest man in the world this year only for his form to desert him when he needed it most
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Alistair Brownlee (right) celebrates with his gold medal after winning the men’s triathlon alongside brother Jonny (left), who got silver
England's Jodie Stimpson won the women’s triathlon in the morning
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cyclingTour de France: Vincenzo Nibali's lead remains at seven minutes 10 seconds
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Tour de France: The Italian enhances his lead to a near-unassailable 7mins 10secs with just three stages to go
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Alastair Cook tries his hand at rugby during yesterday’s training session at the Ageas Bowl
CricketLife in the country could be more attractive than leading his country
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The faces of England’s players and coaches on the dressing room balcony during the second Test at Lord’s give the game away
Former England coach has only sympathy for the man overseeing the summer’s Test debacle
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Jos Buttler plays rugby during the England cricket team’s training
...but Jos Buttler brings a silver lining to England
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Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP drives during practice ahead of the Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix at Hungaroring
FORMULA 1Mercedes driver Hamilton is looking to return to the top of the drivers' standings after topping both practice sessions
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Lewis Hamilton is in talks with Mercedes to extend his contract beyond its 2015 expiry
PREVIEWHungarian GP: Hamilton relaxed as contract talks near extension for the championship contender
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Rory McIlroy and the Claret Jug
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