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Sir Steve Redgrave addresses squad in Barbados

Australia hear tips from rowing great

Apr 12, 2007: Australia have beaten England again, this time by getting Sir Steve Redgrave, the five-time Olympic rowing gold medallist, to speak to the team first

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh v England, Super Eights, Barbados

England search for back-door entry

Apr 11, 2007: England crawled to a paltry target with six wickets down, five overs left and plenty to fret about

Paul Coupar in Barbados

England v Bangladesh, Super Eights, Barbados

Saqibul stands tall but can't stop the fall

Apr 11, 2007: Bangladesh will look back on this game as one that got away

Dileep Premachandran in Barbados

Bangladesh v England, Super Eights, Barbados

Short and fast does the trick

Apr 11, 2007: The pitch at Bridgetown offered plenty of pace and bounce, and England's bowlers, especially Sajid Mahmood, exploited it to the hilt

S Rajesh

Bangladesh v England, Super Eights, Barbados

Bizarre chants and stodgy batting

Apr 11, 2007: Plays of the Day by Dileep Premachandran

Plays of the Day by Dileep Premachandran

Bangladesh v England, Super Eights, Barbados

Unconvincing England battle past Bangladesh

Apr 11, 2007: England have done what neither India nor South Africa could manage: they have beaten Bangladesh. That they managed it with more than five overs remaining belies the mess their batsmen got themselves into in chasing a mere 144

The Bulletin by Will Luke
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