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Dean Headley on James Anderson's bowling Former England bowler discusses James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Varun Aaron
Bell happy with England's lead Half-century maker pleased with England's 85-run first innings lead at close of day two
Cricket chat with football star Phil Neville Former Man Utd star Phil Neville reveals tough career choice between football and cricket
Stuart Broad hails 'perfect' day Paceman took 6-25 on a "fantastic day" for England against India at Emirates Old Trafford
Around Emirates Old Trafford We went around Emirates Old Trafford on the first morning of the fourth Investec Test
Behind the scenes at Cook's press conference Go behind the scenes at England captain Alastair Cook's press conference
Cook pleased with England progress England captain happy with team form and confidence ahead of fourth Investec Test
MS Dhoni previews fourth Test India captain looks ahead to the fourth Investec Test match at the Emirates Old Trafford
Bell eyes back to back wins Batsman admits the "hard work" begins for England against India at Emirates Old Trafford
Anderson and Root amazed at record-breaking partnership James Anderson and centurion Joe Root reflect on their world-record last-wicket stand at Trent Bridge
Paul Nixon re-lives his favourite England memories Former England wicket-keeper Paul Nixon discusses his favourite memories of playing for England
Wicketkeeper meets goalkeeper Matt Prior and England Women's Hockey star Maddie Hinch train together
Kids grill Broad at press conference England star answers questions after appearing as a surprise guest
England v Sri Lanka 2011 - The best Test moments Remember some of these moments the last time Sri Lanka were in town? Which is your favourite?
Alastair Cook v Kumar Sangakkara The Investec Test Series starts on Thursday. Who will win in the battle of the lefties?
England v Australia: 5th ODI, Adelaide - Australia Innings An excellent bowling effort from England saw Australia restricted to 217-9 after winning the toss and choosing to bat first in Adelaide. Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes took 3 wickets each with George Bailey the only batsman to reach a half century.
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