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Eng v Ind live: Broad claims Tendulkar, Lord’s, day three, afternoon

England make inroads but should have had more after Sachin cameo Tea: First Test, day three, Lord’s Match score: India 193-5 (Dravid 59*, Dhoni 4, Mukund 49; Broad 3-28) trail England 474-8 dec (Pietersen 202*, Prior 71, Trott 70; Kumar … Continue reading

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Eng v Ind live: It’s Tendulkar time, Lord’s, day three, morning

Impressive Broad takes two wickets but stage is set for Tendulkar Lunch: First Test, day three, Lord’s Match score: India 102-2 (Dravid 15*, Tendulkar 10*, Mukund 49; Broad 2-25) trail England 474-8 dec (Pietersen 202*, Prior 71, Trott 70; Kumar … Continue reading

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Tuffers plans new literary jaunt: Richard Gibson

Publishers Headline are looking to exploit Phil Tufnell’s profile, both with Test Match Special and beyond the game’s boundaries thanks to his mainstream television work, with a telling of his favourite cricketing anecdotes across two books. Tufnell, 45, released a … Continue reading

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CMJ: Increase in bad behaviour a real cause for concern

The hot-headedness of Stuart Broad, in part a symptom of his current problems as a bowler who has temporarily lost the art of taking wickets, cost him half his match fee after England’s second one-day international against Sri Lanka at … Continue reading

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Simon Hughes: Bell omission sums up Broad’s woes

Stuart Broad could not have had a worst start to his international captaincy career. He lost the toss, selected a strange side, got the opening pair wrong with the bat and the ball, and lost the game comfortably. Of course, … Continue reading

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It’s cold and grey – but don’t tell the super heroes

Despite confident forecasts that flaming June would finally arrive, the day dawned damp and grey in Bristol, the first spectators to arrive being greeted by the all too familiar sight of a mopping up operation on a wet outfield. But … Continue reading

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John Emburey: Strauss selection for Somerset is beyond criticism

I am very pleased to see Andrew Strauss included in the Somerset team to play a three-day game against the Indians at Taunton in mid-July, ahead of the four-Test series which will provide not just the high point of this … Continue reading

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John Emburey: Time for Broad to grow to full maturity

The absence of the injured Jimmy Anderson from England’s next two Tests against Sri Lanka, at Lord’s and at the Rose Bowl, could be the catalyst for the final growth to cricketing maturity of Stuart Broad. There were signs at … Continue reading

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Nottinghamshire look for parting gift from Broad

Nottinghamshire will look to Stuart Broad for a repeat of his 2010 Bear-baiting in his second and probably last County Championship appearance of the season against Warwickshire at Trent Bridge this week. Broad took 11 wickets in the fixture between … Continue reading

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Bell welcomes appointment of captaincy trio

Ian Bell has welcomed the appointment of England’s new captaincy trio as “an exciting approach”. Andrew Strauss will remain captain of the Test team but has handed over the reins of the one-day side to Alastair Cook. But Cook is … Continue reading

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