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IF ENGLAND'S thoughts are beginning to turn to home it is not entirely because home is where they want to be. With only one week, two internal flights and three matches left of this tour it is natural that the attention of some of the squad should shift, whatever some observers may opine about the need for hard-nosed, focused professionalism.

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THE DAZZLER was sparkling again yesterday in the land of diamonds. He twinkled, preened and generally dispensed earthy wisdom on the little local difficulties of his team-mates from the captain down. It was a tour de force from Darren Gough in the art of holding court and he glittered so much that he might have come from Kimberley not Barnsley.

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The dazzler was sparkling again yesterday in the land of diamonds. He twinkled, preened and generally dispensed earthy wisdom on the little local difficulties of his team-mates from the captain down. It was a tour de force from Darren Gough in the art of holding court and he glittered so much that he might have come from Kimberley not Barnsley.

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