Sport James Faulkner could miss the three-match Twenty20 series with England after suffering a knee injury

The all-rounder flew to Melbourne to have the injury assessed after picking up the knock in the final One-Day International on Sunday

James Lawton: Even Greavsie would admit progress of England under pragmatic Capello

Few in the history of English football have commanded the right to be sceptical with quite such authority as Jimmy Greaves, which is just as well because disdain has always come to him almost as naturally as the business of putting the ball in the net.

Paul Collingwood: 'It was do or die for us'

The smile was tinged with relief. Paul Collingwood, England's captain, knew his team had managed one of the great comebacks last night to follow one of the great cock-ups but then he knew that is precisely what they had to do.

Pietersen inspires England's progress

So, the hosts decided to stay at their own party after all. Having bolted halfway down the garden path in their determination to leave early, England turned on their heel and banged down the front door last night determined to get back in and in doing so qualified for the Super Eights stage. Their performance against Pakistan in their second group match was as bold, concentrated and fearless as it had been feeble, lackadaisical and fearful against Netherlands in the first.

England fall victim to the Orange revolution

England 162-5 Netherlands 163-6

Wright rockets England home

West Indies 144-6 England 145-1 (England won by 9 wickets)

Nash and Hodd combine to carry Sussex to safety

Durham 380 & 299-4dec Sussex 363 & 169-5 <i>(Match drawn)</i>: Opener and wicketkeeper salvage draw as champions Durham are stymied again

Plunkett proves all-round hit

Durham 380 Sussex 269-6

Anderson steps up to give Moores a winning start

Sussex 289 & 167 Lancs 299 & 160-2

Wright rises to his challenge

Sussex 289 & 148-5 Lancashire 299

Anderson backed to lead Ashes attack

Sussex 289 Lancashire 209-4

Hostile Anderson has Sussex on back foot

Sussex 247-5 v Lancashire

Bell calls the tune in quest to reclaim England place

Ian Bell underlined his determination to find a way back into England's Test team by making an unbeaten half-century for Warwickshire at Taunton yesterday.

England set to gamble on Flintoff

Talismanic all-rounder is optimistic of being fit for first Test against West Indies

Nottinghamshire 226-7 Sussex 229: Goodwin leads way as Sussex snatch title

An unbeaten ninth-wicket partnership of 99 in 10 overs between Murray Goodwin and Mohammad Sami handed Sussex the NatWest Pro40 Division One title.

Vaughan handed central deal

Former captain Michael Vaughan was today named among a dozen England players to be centrally-contracted for the next year.

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