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After a halting first experience of combat against Australia, Bopara is adamant he can return to Test cricket for England, and has the tale of his Sydney Sixers team-mate Smith as a source of encouragement to do so. Like Smith, Bopara stumbled on
England are pondering whether to ditch the old and go with the new in time for Christmas. It may not be quite so simplistic or sweeping a strategic change but Andy Flower, their coach, revealed that he and his fellow selectors will entertain such
It was a flaming arrow of a short ball on a sluggish wicket in a 50-over match between Australia and England at Edgbaston. It cannoned directly into the helmet grill of English batsman Jonathan Trott and from that point dictated the course of the man
England may well relinquish the Ashes in the next couple of days but they will, metaphorically at least, have to be prised from Alastair Cook's grasp. He failed in the end, but Cook produced a gallant performance on the second day in Perth. His
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said that playing away from home since 2009 after other countries refused to tour the country on security grounds might have brought adverse psychological effects on the national team players.
English batsman Jonathan Trott has returned home from the Ashes cricket series that is under way in Australia. Trott has been one of England's most prolific run-scorers in recent years. However, he was dismissed cheaply twice by Australian fast
Thrown into Jonathan Trott`s vacant number three position, Joe Root led from the front to restore some pride for a wounded England on day four of the second Ashes test on Sunday, savouring a war of words with Australia`s frustrated fielders.
Among the traditionalists in candy-striped blazers at the venerable Lords cricket ground in London, the sport is often viewed through the prism of ideals espoused by the upper-crust Victorians who set the game's rules 150 years ago. Players were
There is an expression in English, That's not cricket, which means something is improper or unfair or underhand. The reference to cricket, long held in England to be the cleanest of sports, is ironic these days, since the behaviour of some players at
England batsman Alastair Cook has expressed hopes that Johanthan Trott will return to his No...Cook said that Trott must be allowed to recuperate in his own time and wished him luck to come back in the game.