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Edward Ede was a slow left-arm bowler who played occasionally for Hampshire between 1902 and 1906, with his final first-class game coming in 1908. His one extended run in the side came in 1905 - he finished the season with 28 wickets including a career-best 7 for 72 against Derbyshire. A solicitor by profession, he was tried and convicted of fraud in 1924 and emigrated to Australia soon after. He died from pneumonia after a fall.
Billboards are calling the series England's Indian Summer, but it is India who are looking for that period of warmth, redemption after the last whitewash, for they have seen how bleak the winter that can follow is
Accommodation for a great player like Jacques Kallis should be made with careful consideration and South Africa cannot get carried away with sentiment
The present Indian bowling line-up will tackle its first five-Test series without the proven guidance of Zaheer Khan, their bowling captain. India had unravelled without him in 2011. Will they do better this time around?
From two embattled captains to the challenge for India's openers against the new ball, ESPNcricinfo picks five contests that could determine the series
A look back at five high-profile exhibition matches
Shakib Al Hasan trained with his team-mates as the BCB directors held their meeting in Mirpur, unaware of the massive punishment he was about to be hit with