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James Anderson in the defeat to Sri Lanka

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Coach hopes keeper will be able to build on his one-day breakthrough as he did at T20 level

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Jos Buttler and Eoin Morgan (not pictured) do not just have power, but range and skill

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View From the Middle: Potentially, in the future, you're going to get two styles of cricketers

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Stuart Broad (2): Unfit, out of form, both of which are not ideal attributes for a vice-captain. It was a big decision to drop him after two wicketless matches and he has work to do to rebuild strength, stamina and bridges. Should be back. Matches 2. Overs 36.0. Wickets (ave.) 0 (n/a). Runs conceded 157

England Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad comes through bowling session

Bowler has been out for six weeks

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 29 January 2013

Redknapp rattled by transfer 'war'

Warwickshire pull off Ottis Gibson coup

Warwickshire are set to announce Ottis Gibson as their new director of cricket, a source close to the West Indies' coach has revealed. It is a coup for the county champions and a blow for Caribbean cricket.

I know Ashley Giles well from playing with him for England and at county level

Ian Bell: Hooray! I've found it! That elusive thing called rhythm is back

View From the Middle: I've spent a lot of time being bounced up and down the order. That can be disruptive

Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen signs full central contract with England

Pietersen's relations with the ECB plummeted to an all-time low last year

Andrew Flintoff celebrates with his shirt off in Mumbai in 2002

When Andrew Flintoff gave batting a thorough dressing-down

Caddick recalls drama of 2002 when Freddie marked victory by shedding his shirt

Tim Bresnan

Tim Bresnan undaunted by England's poor ODI history against India

History is against the tourists, who have won just 13 out 40 ODIs away to India

Ashley Giles will take charge of England's short-form sides

Cook delighted that Giles has been thrown into the England mix

England are moving into their final days as a team with only one coach. They are leading the way in the approach to the all-consuming international game in the 21st century.

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