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England gears up for pink-ball bow

West Indies are "huge underdogs", in the words of their captain Jason Holder, but they cannot be counted out, given their form during the warm-ups, the uncertainty of what the pink ball might do at Edgbaston, and the inexperience in England's top order

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'Pink-ball cricket is not new to us' - Jason Holder (2:14)
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'I'm excited to see what Stoneman can do' - Root (1:09)
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Players have had no issues sighting the pink ball - Law (2:14)
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'Grit your teeth and crack on' - England prepare for the pink ball (1:40)
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You have to prove yourself again after injury - Woakes (1:36)
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Moeen doesn't care what you call him (1:49)
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2dAlan Gardner

Broad wary as England 'step into the unknown'

England will play their first day-night Test against West Indies this week, a side who have been able to prepare with a warm-up match and have previous pink-ball Test experience

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Are West Indies more 'pink ball ready'? (1:55)
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'A lot of people had a lot of things to say about my keeping' - Bairstow (0:50)
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'England attack will test West Indies' - Broad (1:01)
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'People are excited to see the women's game' (2:08)
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Maharoof: Worst batting performance in this series (2:37)
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Agarkar: Moeen a world-class allrounder in England (1:03)
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5dGeorge Dobell

Root rues England's top-order shortcomings

Joe Root has admitted the idea of his moving back into England's top three was discussed ahead of naming a squad for the Investec Test series against West Indies

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Highlights - Diamonds win Roses match (4:07)
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5dMark Nicholas

Root or du Plessis: who would you rather be?

The England captain largely has the personnel to give expression to his dynamic leadership. His South African counterpart faces trickier circumstances

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