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Sangakkara asked to delay Test retirement

Stuart Broad was witness to two emotional departures during the 2007 World Cup
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Boyd Rankin talks about giants, playing for the enemy, and being mentored by Allan Donald

    Bravo's withdrawal highlights cricket's stress malaise

Tony Cozier: He and Kieran Powell should follow Lara's example by seeking professional help to resurrect their promising careers

    Four afternoons into immortality

Rewind: In 1899 a 13-year-old orphan at Clifton College established a world record which stands to this day

    A crisis that defines the age

David Hopps: In England, changes in social attitudes, the demands of work, and other factors are contributing to a decline in recreational cricket

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The England hierarchy have a discussion at a wet P Sara
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Anamul Haque plays through the offside
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England's second warm-up match was abandoned due to a wet outfield
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Tamim Iqbal drives through the offside
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Farhaan Behardien goes over the top
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Pat Cummins is congratulated after a wicket
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