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Pietersen and Morgan the ICC T20 stars: Richard Gibson

Two English batsmen are expected to feature prominently in the International Cricket Council’s newly-contrived Twenty20 rankings, which are launched ahead of reigning World Twenty20 winners England’s match against inaugural 20-over champions India next week. Kevin Pietersen, man of the tournament … Continue reading

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Eng v Ind live: third Test, Edgbaston, day three, tea

Morgan ton, Cook still there, at last some wickets Tea: Third Test, day three, Edgbaston Match score: India 224 (MS Dhoni 77; SCJ Broad 4-53, TT Bresnan 4-62); England 646-6 (AN Cook 266*, TT Bresnan 19*, EO Morgan 104, AJ … Continue reading

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Eng v Ind live: third Test, Edgbaston, day three, morning

Cook’s double – and he’s not done Lunch: Third Test, day three, Edgbaston Match score: India 224 (MS Dhoni 77; SCJ Broad 4-53, TT Bresnan 4-62); England 503-3 (AN Cook 206*, EO Morgan 66*, AJ Strauss 87, KP Pietersen 63) … Continue reading

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Morgan right choice, but what about Cardiff?

England have made exactly the right decision in selecting Eoin Morgan ahead of Ravi Bopara for the No 6 batting position in the opening Test against Sri Lanka. In my view the easier call would have been to pick Bopara, … Continue reading

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Finn and Morgan should be playing for Middlesex: Codrington

Middlesex chief executive Vinny Codrington has criticised the playing of England Lions matches during the domestic season. Codrington believes that Middlesex pair Steven Finn and Eoin Morgan, for example, should not be representing the Lions in a four-day game against … Continue reading

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John Emburey: Pietersen must stretch himself to secure Test spot

Ravi Bopara, Eoin Morgan and James Hildreth are going head-to-head this week for the right to succeed Paul Collingwood in the England Test side. All three are playing for the England Lions in a four-day game against Sri Lanka at … Continue reading

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Simon Hughes: Trott a symbol of England’s failings

That Jonathan Trott has scored more runs than anyone else in the World Cup (422) but less boundaries than the next 10 in the list is an interesting statistic. He has been England’s mainstay with the bat in the competition, … Continue reading

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Richard Gibson: Morgan, Old Trafford and Attitude

Old Trafford is not the only county venue to be undergoing a makeover in partnership with Tesco. The supermarket giants will open a new flagship store in Stretford as part of the £70million council-backed redevelopment which it is hoped will … Continue reading

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World Cup: Eoin Morgan must open

David Currie, TWC‘s latest recruit, argues the case for an Irish opener If Michael Vaughan can put Swann forward as Kevin Pietersen’s replacement at the top of the order then England’s most dynamic and destructive batsman should be in the … Continue reading

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Morgan can offset loss of Pietersen

It is clearly a blow to England’s World Cup chances that Kevin Pietersen is out of the tournament because of his hernia problem, which now urgently requires an operation, but at least it has enabled them to get Eoin Morgan … Continue reading

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