Onions ruled out for three months

Graham Onions has been ruled out for up to three months due to a back injury.

Pea tendril and spring onion salad

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Onions bales out with mystery back injury

For the second time this winter, Graham Onions' tour with England ended in bitter disappointment yesterday. By now, Onions should be England's most significant fast bowler – in the parlance of the modern game, the "go-to man".

Onions set to return home from England tour

England seamer Graham Onions will fly back to England after being ruled out of the two-Test series against Bangladesh due to a back injury.

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Serves 4

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Serves 2

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Serves four

Benkenstein's inside information gives Durham seamer the edge

Graham Onions describes his role in the England team in simple terms. "I just run in, try to do my job and take wickets for England."

England fight back despite Cook blow

England encouragingly lost just one wicket in reply to South Africa's 418, after spending the majority of a second successive day toiling in the scorching Centurion sun.

James Lawton: Bungled referrals can teach England the folly of excessive appeals

The high-pitched, unified scream for a dismissal has become a congenital disease

Stuffed onions

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Fletcher returns to haunt England

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Anderson and Onions expected to be fit for T20

As Kevin Pietersen declared his readiness to return to the international arena yesterday, England were dealing with their habitual slew of injuries on tour. Their three leading fast bowlers were all suffering a variety of niggles as was the off-spinner, Graeme Swann.

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