3rd Ashes Test, Perth – Day 2 Morning
England wrap up the Australia innings and begin batting themselves.
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Day 2 Brit Oval India smash there way past 600 with ease as England's hopes of victory all but disappear.
Moores demands England bat and bat as Kumble records maiden Test century England Coach Peter Moores today said England would look no further than batting for the next two days as England sought to gain parity with India
Day 1 Brit Oval England see there hopes of winning the Test dashed on day one as India Impress with the bat.
Moores still positive despite tough day England coach praises the work ethic of his bowlers and insists England are still in the game
England and India ready for npower series decider Vaughan expects Pietersen to be fit and ready to take on the Indians after virus scare
Kirtley delighted with England call The Sussex bowler is thrilled as he returns to the international fold in the Twenty20 England squad
Kent Spitfires win Twenty20 Cup The men from Canterbury defeat Gloucestershire Gladiators under lights in the final
Collingwood praises Vaughan's innings But the rub of the green didn't go England's way, with Zaheer Khan delighted he was able to get the ball swinging
Nottinghamshire secure ground development funding Trent Bridge revamp continues with new stand, floodlights and TV screen
Day 3 Trent Bridge England bowl out the India batting line-up but stil look in a difficult position at 43 for 0.
Day 2 Trent Bridge England struggle to match India in the field, and the tourists continue to dominate the second Test.
Day 1 Trent Bridge After rain delayed play until after lunch, India make a strong start in the field on Day 1 at Trent Bridge.
Cook praises Indian bowlers England opener commends the opposite seam attack, and VVS Laxman was pleased with how his team utilised the conditions
Moores relishing his England role ECBtv goes behind the scenes at Trent Bridge to talk exclusively with England Coach Peter Moores
Dravid wants more from his batters India skipper Rahul Dravid called for his senior batsmen to allay criticism and get back into form at Trent Bridge
Vaughan confident his bowling unit will stay on top The England captain is expecting conditions fit for his seamers at Trent Bridge
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