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Ian Bell's 141 went in vain, as England lost to Australia by three wickets in Hobart
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    'I'd get rid of warm-ups in cricket'

Samit Patel also doesn't like hotel rooms without WiFi and running singles

    'I apparently peed in the garden at 10 Downing Street'

Former England fast bowler Simon Jones on 2005, injury, and naked photo shoots

    The outlaw I adored

My Favourite Cricketer: Harold Larwood was the perfect replacement for Robin Hood in the eyes of ten-year-old Nicholas Hogg

    Morgan must get England to show some edge

Mark Nicholas: The way he imposed himself in Sydney can teach his fellow batsmen about finding a bit of mongrel

    The first genuine legbreak in England in years

In which Ashley Mallett tries to cover up a faux pas made while talking to the Queen

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Switching from pace to legspin

In which Nicholas Hogg, compelled by the depredations of age, attempts a change in cricket speciality

The importance of cricket punditry

Jon Hotten: It may have started out as a bit of televisual fluff but it now is crucial in shaping perceptions of the sport

In praise of the bus-pass cricketer

David Dawkins: There's a breed of player in London's club cricket without whom the English game would be much the poorer

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Kevin Pietersen has a suggestion for improving quality in English domestic cricket, the day before failing to take Melbourne Stars into final of BBL

Harry Gurney picked up 3 for 26
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Michael Carberry scored his third fifty of the tournament
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Luke Wright gave the Melbourne Stars a strong start
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Kevin Pietersen executed a switch hit for a six
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Eoin Morgan went for a golden duck
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Steven Finn removed Shaun Marsh and Cameron White within three deliveries
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Country Fixtures Country Results
1st unofficial ODI: Sth Africa A v Eng Lions at Bloemfontein - Jan 25
Eng Lions won by 4 wickets (with 93 balls remaining)
2nd unofficial ODI: Sth Africa A v Eng Lions at Kimberley
Jan 28, 2015 (13:30 local | 11:30 GMT | 06:30 EST | 05:30 CST | 03:30 PST)
England v India at Perth
Jan 30, 2015 (11:20 local | 03:20 GMT | 22:20 EST | 21:20 CST | 19:20 PST)
3rd unofficial ODI: Sth Africa A v Eng Lions at Potchefstroom
Jan 31, 2015 (10:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 03:00 EST | 02:00 CST | 00:00 PST)
4th unofficial ODI: Sth Africa A v Eng Lions at Pretoria
Feb 2, 2015 (10:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 03:00 EST | 02:00 CST | 00:00 PST)
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