Tag Archives: Jimmy Anderson

Anderson’s drive to revive Burnley club: Richard Gibson

This current England team are confident of where they are heading –  victory over India at Edgbaston would confirm world number one status –  but also refuse to forget where they came from. On the eve of this current npower series, … Continue reading

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Loughborough centre to close for re-fit: Richard Gibson

The England and Wales Cricket Board’s National Performance Centre’s indoor facilities at Loughborough will be out of bounds for the entire month of August as the nets undergo a complete re-fit. In what is the centre’s first overhaul since the … Continue reading

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Eng v Ind live: England five wickets from victory, Lord’s, day five, afternoon

Elation for England, deflation for Tendulkar and India Tea: First Test, day five, Lord’s Match score: India 218-5 (Raina 54*, Dhoni 16*, Laxman 56) and 286 (Dravid 103*; Broad 4-37) need 240 more runs to beat England 474-8 dec (Pietersen … Continue reading

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Eng v Ind live: Tendulkar’s ultimate test, Lord’s, day five, morning

England rampant as packed house holds its breath for Sachin Lunch: First Test, day five, Lord’s Match score: India 142-4 (Tendulkar 7*, Raina 4*, Laxman 56) and 286 (Dravid 103*; Broad 4-37) need 316 more runs to beat England 474-8 … Continue reading

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Adelaide was complete England performance

It was wet and grizzly when the England players arrived in Melbourne but they all seemed to be wearing their shades. It must have been a big night in Adelaide, especially for those who had experienced the humiliation and desolation … Continue reading

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England must consider five-man attack

Aside from the titanic performance from England’s top three, the lesson to come out of the batathon at the Gabba is England OUGHT to play five bowlers at Adelaide. Of course they won’t but they should. Or are they playing … Continue reading

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