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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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India's Murali Vijay (L) celebrates after reaching his century

Alastair Cook’s invention earns scant reward as pitch promises little

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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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Andrew Flintoff in action for Lancashire's second XI

All-rounder has played a handful of appearances for the second XI since announcing his return in May

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Driving force: Virat Kohli is the new poster boy of Indian cricket

England's new order will have to be at their most patient and proficient to match the tourists'

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Yellow fever: Kevin Pietersen is stumped at Lord’s yesterday

The controversial batsman is insulted by former captain to bring rancour to an occasion which was supposed to celebrate legends of the game

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Andrew Strauss and Kevin Pietersen celebrate the former's century in May 2012

Sky have issued an apology for broadcasting 'inappropriate comments' and bad language that were heard overseas

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Shane Warne is hit by a Brett Lee ball during the MCC's match against the est of the World

Warne was struck on the glove first ball be fast-bowler Lee and was unable to take to the field later on

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India's Murali Vijay (L) celebrates after reaching his century
CRICKETREPORT India 259-4 (Close)
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CYCLING Tour de France: The defending champion came off his bike twice, just a day after falling
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Lars Boom of Holland cross the finish line to take stage five victory
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Chris Froome of Great Britain and Team Sky chases back to the peloton after being involved in a crash just after the start of stage four
Tour de France 2014: The absence of Wiggins, Cavendish and now Froome doesn't mean you should switch off, and here's why
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WORLD CUPPLAYER RATINGSAnd who was the worst of the lot for Brazil?
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Brazil's head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari leads player Oscar off the pitch after the FIFA World Cup 2014 semi final match between Brazil and Germany at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
REACTIONOne newspaper didn't even bother to write a headline
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Fans burn a Neymar shirt on the streets of Brazil following the 7-1 defeat to Germany
REACTION He wasn't even playing!
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David Luiz pictured during the 7-1 defeat to Germany
ANALYSISHas any team been so humiliated as Brazil are right now?
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Second round: George Groves bows to the crowd after his defeat to Carl Froch in November. This time many believe the younger man will gain his revenge
BOXINGLondon boxer will make his first appearance sine being knocked out by Carl Froch against the Frenchman at Wembley Arena
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Novak Djokovic practises with coach Boris Becker at the All England Club
WIMBLEDON 2014Toilet breaks to become as established as Hawk-Eye challenges and celebrity coaches
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REVIEWPaul Newman casts a fond eye back over the highlights that made Wimbledon 2014 a sporting fortnight to remember
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Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer pose with their trophies after the final
EXCLUSIVE COLUMNIt was no classic, but Djokovic did enough to provide some drama
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Willian, Mesut Ozil, Oscar, Robin van Persie, Fernandinho and Per Mertesacker
WORLD CUP The Premier League has the second most of its domestic stars still competing in the World Cup semi-finals
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Ray Whelan, chief executive of Swiss hospitality and ticketing company 'Match Hospitality' was arrested in connection with the ongoing investigation
The arrest came as part of Operation Jules Rimet, Brazil police's investigation into ticket touting
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FOOTBALL Hearts 'friendly' against Romanian side descends into chaos
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