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Time to pension off the seniors?

Jul 24, 2014: If England are going to win nothing, history suggests it might be worth their while to win nothing with kids

Rob Smyth

A hole in England's bucket

Jul 24, 2014: What's wrong with their cricket? Well, what isn't?

Jarrod Kimber

England v India, 2nd Investec Test, Lord's, 4th day

Farbrace defends senior players

Jul 20, 2014: Paul Farbrace insisted England's senior players could not be praised highly enough despite recent results at the close of play on the fourth day of the second Investec Test at Lord's

George Dobell

England v India, 2nd Investec Test, Lord's 3rd day

For goodness sake, pitch it up

Jul 19, 2014: Uniform pitches are a problem all over the world. They all play much the same. It is crucial that the indigenous qualities of surfaces in their various climates and conditions are allowed to flourish

Mark Nicholas at Lord's

England v India, 1st Investec Test, Trent Bridge, 5th day

Burnout worries after deathly slog

Jul 13, 2014: The opening Test ended with the levity of Alastair Cook taking a Test wicket in a match where his captaincy showed encouraging signs but England should be assisted more by their system rather than hindered

George Dobell at Trent Bridge

England v India, 1st Investec Test, Trent Bridge, 3rd day

Ishant's Mr Mistoffelees spell

Jul 11, 2014: Mark Waugh often said there was no such thing as a flat pitch in Test cricket and that the best bowlers would find a way. On the third day at Trent Bridge, Ishant Sharma found that way, adapting like England had not managed

Mark Nicholas

England v India, 1st Investec Test, Trent Bridge, 2nd day

Broad hopes to grind down India

Jul 10, 2014: Stuart Broad has become the latest England player to bemoan the lack of home advantage after his side conceded a tenth-wicket stand of 111 to India on the second day of the Investec Test series at Trent Bridge

George Dobell at Trent Bridge

India in England 2014

ECB profit could be England's loss

Jul 7, 2014: The visit of India will swell the coffers of English cricket but there could be a greater cost in the long term

George Dobell in Nottingham

India in England 2014

Five key head-to-heads

Jul 7, 2014: From two embattled captains to the challenge for India's openers against the new ball, ESPNcricinfo picks five contests that could determine the series

Alan Gardner

England news

Broad offers remedy for KP-Strauss spat

Jul 7, 2014: Stuart Broad has suggested that Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Strauss should go for a quiet drink to resolve their differences.

George Dobell

India in England 2014

Whitaker expects bowler rotation

Jul 3, 2014: James Whitaker has hinted that rotation of England's attack will be a feature of the compressed, five-Test series against India, even if the bowlers themselves are not fans

ESPNcricinfo staff

India in England 2014

Shastri wants India to 'go for' Cook

Jul 1, 2014: Ravi Shastri has called on India to make Alastair Cook's life "as tough as they can" when the Investec Test series between England and India gets underway next week at Trent Bridge

Andrew McGlashan

Sri Lanka in England 2014

Batting offers promise but captain concerns

Jun 25, 2014: A new-look England side came within one wicket of winning at Lord's and two balls of salvaging a drawn series at Headingley, but while there were promising signs there also remain significant worries

George Dobell

England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Investec Test, Headingley, 4th day

New England, same mistakes

Jun 23, 2014: With Alastair Cook isolated and the deficiencies in his captaincy laid bare, the suggestion that English cricket is at a low point continues to gain credence

George Dobell at Headingley

England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Investec Test, Headingley, 1st day

England's potent attack overcomes errors

Jun 20, 2014: England made life harder for themselves than it should have been on the opening day, but their pace attack - and those vying for selection - are offering the suggestion of a strong pack

George Dobell at Headingley

England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Invetsec Test, Headingley, 1st day

Plunkett and Broad rattle through Sri Lanka

Jun 20, 2014: Stuart Broad became the first England bowler to take two hat-tricks in Test cricket, and only the fourth bowler of all time, as England tore through Sri Lanka's lower order on the opening day of the Headingley Test.

The Report by David Hopps

Nottinghamshire v Sussex, Hove, 2nd day

Sussex grateful for Joyce gem

Jun 2, 2014: That Sussex are within 33 runs of reaching the follow-on target of 303 owes much to an unbeaten century from their captain Ed Joyce

Vithushan Ehantharajah in Hove

England news

Broad to be spoken to over tweet

May 28, 2014: Stuart Broad is to be reminded of his responsibilities on social media following a complaint by the PCB and the Pakistan spinner, Saeed Ajmal

George Dobell

Nottinghamshire v Durham, Trent Bridge, 2nd day

Broad advised to give up T20

May 26, 2014: Stuart Broad may have to call time on his England Twenty20 career to give him a better chance of staying fit for Test and one-day international cricket

Jon Culley at Trent Bridge

Pakistan news

PCB seeks explanation from ECB on Broad remarks

May 25, 2014: The PCB has sought an explanation from the ECB over Stuart Broad's remarks on Saeed Ajmal's bowling action

ESPNcricinfo staff
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