1. Stuart Broad Apologises for Offence After Tweet About Minimum-Wage Earners

    Professional athletes earn a lot of money. Stuart Broad , for instance, made over £1 million in 2011 ...

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  2. Stuart Broad Faces Criticism for Twitter Comments

    Stuart Broad faced criticism for comments on Twitter when he appeared to tell people earning the minimum wage to be humble...

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  3. Stuart Broad Tells Those on Minimum Wage to 'Stay Humble'

    The England fast bowler Stuart Broad has stirred up Twitter by apparently suggesting that people on minimum wage have little to complain about...

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  4. Ian Bell, the Man Who Could Derail Australia's Cup Campaign

    And if his form since arriving on our shores this summer is anything to go by, Ian Bell could also be the man to lead England to their first ever cricket World Cup......

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  5. Ian Bell's Hundred Can't Mask England's Flawed Thinking

    As England's players sat in the visitors' dressing room at Bellerive Oval in the dying hours of Friday night, they might have looked around at one another, puzzled and frustrated, with one overriding thought...

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  6. Australia vs. England: Preview and Prediction for Match 4 of Carlton Tri-Series

    Australia welcome England to Hobart as they face off for the second time in the Carlton Tri -Series on Friday...

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  7. The Highs and Lows of Phil Tufnell's England Career

    Twenty-three years ago Thursday, Phil Tufnell, playing in just his seventh Test match, propelled England to an emphatic innings victory against New Zealand in Christchurch when he ...

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  8. India Win Proves Importance of Early Wickets

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  9. Steven Finn and England Show Positive Signs in Win over India

    As wins go in one-day cricket, they don't get much more emphatic than England’s nine-wicket triumph over India at the Gabba...

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  10. Craig Kieswetter: Injury Could End Somerset Batsman's Career

    Craig Kieswetter's eye injury could be "career-ending", Somerset director of cricket Matthew Maynard has admitted...

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  11. Joe Root Supports Card System as Tensions Escalate in World Cricket

    Joe Root once wore a punch from Dave Warner but the baby-faced England batsman says cricket isn't ice hockey. He can't see growing tension in world cricket leading to violence on the field...

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  12. Freddie Just Happy to Help

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  13. Chris Woakes Has Gone from Anonymous to Undroppable

    When Chris Woakes made his England debut in a Twenty20 international in 2011, his captain Paul Collingwood had a problem. He had hardly ever seen him bat before, and thus had no idea where to put him...

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  14. Ahead of Cricket World Cup, Australia and England Are Playing a Different Game

    As Australia and England fought out the opening match of the Carlton Mid Tri -Series on Friday, there were a number of similarities between the teams at the Sydney Cricket Ground...

    Tim Collins Written by Tim Collins about 13 days ago 4,248 reads 4 comments

  15. Freddie Flintoff Does Superb Elvis Impression During Big Bash Game

    Forget playing cricket in Australia. Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff should get on the first plane to Las Vegas and start life as an Elvis impersonator...

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  16. Colin Graves Sets out Vision to Revive English Cricket

    Colin Graves has promised to "reclaim cricket as the national summer sport" during his tenure as chairman of the ECB...

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  17. England Are Better off Without Kevin Pietersen

    Kevin Pietersen is once again in the headlines after claiming England captain Eoin Morgan "would love" to have him back in the side, but the fact remains that they're better off with him on the sidelines...

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  18. Chris Woakes Takes an Incredible Catch for England by Using His Boot

    During England's warm-up win in Canberra over the Prime Minister's XI, Chris Woakes took an absolutely incredible catch. The England all-rounder initially couldn't keep hold of the catch...

    Sean Swaby Written by Sean Swaby about 15 days ago 1,460 reads 0 comments

  19. England's One-Day Batting Reshuffle Could Signal Year of the Bell

    tep forward, then (finally) Ian Bell. Some England cricketers are born to lead. Some have leadership roles thrust upon them. Others are shuffled to the front of things out of circumstance...

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  20. Trott Makes Double Hundred for Lions

    Jonathan Trott completed a double century for England Lions against South Africa A to continue his push for a return to the national side. Trott has not played for England since leaving the last Ashes tour with a stress-related illness...

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  21. Kevin Pietersen vs. Andrew Flintoff: Who Would Help England's T20 Team the Most?

    Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen were made for Twenty20 cricket. What makes them so perfect for the shortest form of the game is not only their abilities, but the fact they love to entertain...

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  22. Bell Full of Confidence After Record Knock

    Ian Bell reckons he has proved his credentials as a one-day opener after blasting 187 in England's victory over the Prime Minister's XI.....

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  23. Bell Stars in England's Warm-Up Win

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  24. Nasser Hussain: Kevin Pietersen's Comments Will Not Bother Eoin Morgan

    Nasser Hussain says England one-day captain, Eoin Morgan, won't be troubled by Kevin Pietersen's latest comments that he wants him in his World Cup squad...

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  25. Live: England XI vs. Prime Minister's XI

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