England

James Anderson was rewarded for his menace with three Indian wickets to help England maintain the upper hand at Ageas Bowl
James Anderson was rewarded for his menace with three Indian wickets to help England maintain the upper hand at Ageas Bowl © Getty Images
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Specials

    From swinging London to Maco country

Diary: Our correspondent walks and buses the streets of the English capital, and then heads for the coast

    England's selection errors could lead to series defeat

Ian Chappell: Persisting with Cook as captain, and picking batsmen with limited techniques, will hurt them

    Boycott floored by an Indian trundler

Rewind: When Eknath Solkar got under the skin of Geoff Boycott, leading to a three-year self-imposed exile from Test cricket

    KP in précis

Review: Using secondary sources, a newspaper journalist tries to decipher Kevin Pietersen and his career beyond the prima donna stereotype

    If you're drunk enough, you're good enough

Dave Podmore: Let us now reflect on Lord's and look ahead to the next Test

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Blogs

Have England lost their new-found identity?

Hassan Cheema: Cook and his boys seem to have fallen out of touch with the relentlessness that took them to No. 1

The geometry of captaincy

Scott Oliver: Maybe leadership in cricket is not so much about the art of captaincy as about the real-time computing of information

Losing to India

Nicholas Hogg: An Englishman discovers cricket fervour in India and realises he can't quite win a game against Indians even back home

Statistics

Test matches

One-Day Internationals

Twenty20 Internationals

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Bob Willis remarks on England's handling of the short ball at Lord's against India

Stuart Broad picked up his third wicket late in the day
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Tim Groenewald and Steven Mullaney shakes hands on a tie
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James Anderson was delighted at removing Ravindra Jadeja
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Ajinkya Rahane top-edged a pull off Moeen Ali
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Nick Compton made 68 in Somerset's chase
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Mitchell McClenaghan picked up two early wickets
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Country Fixtures Country Results
3rd Investec Test: England v India at Southampton - Jul 27-31
England 569/7d India 323/8
Group A: Northants v Worcs at Milton Keynes - Jul 29
Worcs won by 88 runs
Group A: Yorkshire v Gloucs at Leeds - Jul 29
Gloucs won by 3 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)
Group B: Kent v Durham at Canterbury - Jul 29
Kent won by 2 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
Group B: Warwickshire v Sussex at Birmingham - Jul 29
Warwickshire won by 118 runs
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