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June 1, 2006
England begin their third Test against Sri Lanka at Trent Bridge with one eye on the long term: they've opted to be cautious with Steve Harmison, not playing him till he gets more match practice, and Monty Panesar is under observation for his fielding, which could be a liability in the Ashes later this year. Cricinfo's UK editor, Andrew Miller, chats with Amit Varma about this Test, and where England are in their development curve right now. Listen in.
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