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England v Bangladesh, third ODI, Edgbaston

Broad delight, and Bangladeshi bishops

Jul 12, 2010: Making it to the big screen and watching Strauss go nuts somewhat make up for not getting to watch Anderson bowl

Ronita Mohan

England v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Edgbaston

Strauss insists competition healthy

Jul 12, 2010: As ripostes go, England's response to their embarrassment at Bristol on Saturday was emphatic and to-the-point

Andrew Miller at Edgbaston

England v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Edgbaston

England take series with huge win

Jul 12, 2010: Andrew Strauss and Jonathan Trott produced the highest partnership in England's one-day history as England crushed Bangladesh by 144 runs

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller at Edgbaston

England v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Edgbaston

Siddons sees chinks in England's armour

Jul 11, 2010: Jamie Siddons, the Bangladesh coach, is chasing a dream series win over England on Monday after his side's historic victory in the second game at Bristol

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Edgbaston

Bangladesh eye dream result

Jul 11, 2010: Cricinfo previews the deciding ODI between England and Bangladesh at Edgbaston

The Preview by Sahil Dutta

England v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Edgbaston

Bopara called up to replace Bell

Jul 11, 2010: Ravi Bopara has been recalled to England's squad for the final ODI against Bangladesh on Monday in place of the injured Ian Bell

ESPNcricinfo staff

3rd ODI

England v Bangladesh, 2010

Jul 1, 2010: Wisden's report of England v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, 2010

Julian Guyer
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Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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