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England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test, Day Four, Headingley Carnegie South Africa win by ten wickets.
England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test, Headingley Carnegie, Day Three At the close England are 50-2, still trailing the visitors by 269 runs.
England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test,Headingley Carnegie, Day Two At stumps on day two South Africa are 322-4, 119 runs ahead.
England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test, Day One, Headingley Carnegie At stumps on Day One South Africa are 101-3, trailing England by 102 runs.
England v South Africa, 1st npower Test, Day Four On Day Four at Lord's South Africa frustrate the English bowlers, as the Proteas end on 242-1 at close of play.
England v South Africa, 1st npower Test, Day Three South Africa finish on 13-0 in their second innings, after being dismissed for 247. They trail England by 333 runs.
England v South Africa, 1st npower Test, Day Two England declare on 593-8. South Africa in reply are 7-0 trailing by 586 runs.
Miller exclusive ECBtv talks to National Selector Geoff Miller about the squad selection for the first npower Test v South Africa at Lord's - and what England can expect from the opposition
Day 4, 3rd npower Test, Trent Bridge New Zealand are all out for 232, losing the 3rd test by an innings and nine runs. England win the series two nil.
Day 3, 3rd npower Test, Trent Bridge New Zealand are bowled out for 123, following on the Black Caps finish the day 1 on 177-5, still 64 runs behind.
Day 2, 3rd npower Test, Trent Bridge England are all out for 364, New Zealand in reply reach 96-6, still 268 runs behind.
Day 4, 2nd npower Test, Old Trafford England make 294-4 in their second innings to win the second Test by six wickets.
Day 3, 2nd npower Test, Old Trafford England are all out for 202 with New Zealand only making 114 in their 2nd innings leaving England 294 to win. By the close the home side have made 76-1 needing 218 to win.
Day 2, 2nd npower Test Old Trafford England bowl New Zealand out for 381 and reach 152-4 at the close.
Day 1, 2nd npower Test, Old Trafford Bad Light stops play early on day one as New Zealand finish up on 202-4
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