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Team director Andy Flower has warned Eoin Morgan there will be no easy return to England's Test side after being dropped for next month's trip to Sri Lanka.

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England women seal whitewash

England Women wrapped up a 4-0 series triumph after winning their final Twenty20 match against New Zealand by five wickets in Invercargill. New Zealand made 109 for six, Anya Shrubsole and Georgia Elwiss taking two wickets each. England reached their target with seven balls to spare for a whitewash of the completed matches – Saturday's fourth rubber was washed out.

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England prepare Twenty20 comeback against Pakistan

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Swann makes an early mark as England stars return to the fold

Sussex 304 Nottinghamshire 5-1

Champagne moment at last for England's drinks carrier

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Strauss hails gamble that paid off

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England win after West Indies collapse

England scraped past West Indies' big hitters to reclaim a likely World Cup quarter-final place with another nerve-shredding 18-run victory.

Chalk Talk: Universities can charge what they like – just as long as it's not too much

Is it just me, or is there not something Kafkaesque about the Coalition Government's proposals for raising tuition fees? It starts off with the Government telling universities they can raise their student fees to a maximum of £9,000 a year.

England's tour of Australia ends on losing note

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Collingwood set for final chance to rule world

Lack of bowling options push England to pick out-of-form batsman in Cup squad

IPL reject Anderson and Swann

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