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Spot-fixing controversy

A cleansing process

Nov 3, 2011: In the short term the game will mourn the loss of yet another veneer of innocence but the overwhelming emotion ought to be one of relief

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England in India 2011-12

England's cup of shame runs over

Oct 28, 2011: This latest drubbing in India arguably represents a lower ebb than the ones before, and ought to give cause for concern for the future

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West Indies in England 2011

Five captains, but no sinking ship

Sep 14, 2011: Graeme Swann is as good a continuity candidate as England could have hoped to put forward

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India in England 2011

How good are this England side?

Aug 24, 2011: Andrew Strauss leads a ruthlessly competent outfit but it currently lacks the genius that underpinned the all-time great teams of the past

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India in England, 2011

From one-man bands to world-beating team

Aug 18, 2011: English cricket used to be about lone talents shining forth despite the chaos of the system. Now, though, it's all about the collective

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Spirit of cricket? Surrender of series ...

Aug 3, 2011: The current contest ought to have been the best and closest Test series in England since that epoch-defining summer. Instead England are dormie-two at the halfway point

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The end of innocence?

May 9, 2011: The ECB needs to trust its product if the very sanctity of cricket in the country is to be preserved against the ever-encroaching demands of international cricket

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England's three-way vote of confidence

May 6, 2011: Never mind one captain across all formats, England have now installed three. It raises many questions but promises a fascinating ride

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Fletcher's second coming his biggest test

Apr 28, 2011: The challenge of preserving India's supremacy is greater for their new coach than when he was in charge of reviving England's fortunes

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The best World Cup of all time

Apr 5, 2011: But the ICC's decision to chop out the Associates - especially Ireland, who were integral to the excitement - is both baffling and tragic

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World Cup 2011

England had nothing left to give

Mar 27, 2011: After living on the edge throughout the World Cup, England's campaign was ended by a thumping defeat as a worn out team finally imploded

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England v Ireland, World Cup 2011, Group B, Bangalore

England's destiny slipping through their grasp

Mar 3, 2011: Ireland's stunning victory has certainly enlivened the World Cup but has left England's game in an urgent need for revival

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World Cup 2011

Bresnan's brilliance marks return of England's fire

Feb 28, 2011: Tim Bresnan scalped Sehwag in his first over, claimed three wickets in four balls in his last, and was the only bowler on a night of extraordinary strokeplay who displayed the range of skills required

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World Cup 2011

Prior returns as the pragmatic pick

Jan 19, 2011: For the first time since 1992, England are heading to a World Cup with a side that believes it can take home the spoils

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Paul Collingwood's Test retirement

A man worth more than numbers

Jan 6, 2011: Paul Collingwood will be remembered as a cricketer who was greater than the sum of his parts

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Swann owes much to his wilderness years

Dec 15, 2010: Swann's time on the sidelines has played a huge role in his transformation and England's recent success story

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The Ashes 2010-11

The shark and the pilot fish

Nov 24, 2010: Pietersen's penchant for the big stage, and the fact that Bell is never happier than when slipstreaming a more prominent colleague bodes well for England

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Ten tough years in Test cricket

Nov 15, 2010: To dwell on Bangladesh's failings would be inappropriate on such a notable anniversary, especially at a time when they are awash with the sort of optimism not seen since those heady first moments

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A different kind of commentary

Oct 11, 2010: Tired of the clichés you get on television? Test Match Sofa offers an entertaining alternative

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The Ashes 2010-11

England's heightened expectations

Sep 23, 2010: There were few surprises in England Ashes squad, but admirable thought seems to have gone into the marginal picks

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