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England v India, Carlton Mid Tri-Series, Brisbane

The return of a familiar tormentor

Jan 20, 2015: Plays of the day from the third ODI of the Carlton Mid Tri-Series, between England and India in Brisbane

Sidharth Monga

Australia v England, Carlton Mid Tri-Series, Sydney

Moeen's flick, and Finn's stumble

Jan 16, 2015: Plays of the day from the ODI between Australia and England in Sydney

Daniel Brettig & Melinda Farrell

Carlton Mid ODI Tri-Series 2014-15

England top order needs to take risks - Moeen

Jan 13, 2015: Moeen Ali has stressed the need for the England top three to be expansive risk takers over the next 10 weeks

Daniel Brettig

England news

Underdogs England still possess bite

Jan 6, 2015: Peter Moores painted an optimistic picture of England's World Cup chances as the team set off at the start of a gruelling year of international competition

George Dobell

England review 2014: Worst Moments

A gagging clause that dogged the year

Dec 28, 2014: ESPNcricinfo writers look back at their worst moments in English cricket in 2014

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v England, 3rd ODI, Hambantota

Sangakkara's nifty footwork, Prasad's bad footwork

Dec 3, 2014: ESPNcricinfo presents the plays of the day from the third one-day international as England register a win

Andrew Fidel Fernando and Alan Gardner in Colombo

Sri Lanka v England, 3rd ODI, Hambantota

England morale boosted by successful run chase

Dec 3, 2014: England survived a mid-innings wobble to beat Sri Lanka by five wickets with eight balls to spare in Hambantota to reduce the deficit to 2-1 in a seven-match series

The report by George Dobell

Sri Lanka v England, 1st ODI, Colombo

Mighty Mo gives silver lining to cloud over Cook

Nov 26, 2014: The mischievous thought that Moeen Ali and Alex Hales could feature in England's best ODI eleven will continue to grow as long as Alastair Cook's form remains in a muddy rut

Alan Gardner in Colombo

Sri Lanka v England, 1st ODI, Colombo

Sri Lanka hold on despite Moeen and Bopara

Nov 26, 2014: Moeen Ali produced an abundant one-day innings to raise horizons and rouse spirits, but it will take more than a one-man masterclass, however brilliant, to turn England into fancied World Cup contenders

The Report by David Hopps

Sri Lanka v England, 1st ODI, Colombo

Cook looks to steady England ship

Nov 25, 2014: In monsoon season, England look to get on course for the World Cup

Alan Gardner

England in Sri Lanka 2014-15

Both England and Sri Lanka need to rebuild

Nov 25, 2014: The home side were thrown into a tour of India and got hammered 5-0 while the visitors are still searching for a way to consistently match the modern one-day game

Andrew Fidel Fernando

England in Sri Lanka 2014-15

Ramprakash wants 'no fear' England

Nov 23, 2014: Most teams have begun to shift their ODI cricket into World Cup gear, but for England, the trip to Sri Lanka is not so much a training run for the big event, as it is an expedition

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Sri Lanka A v England XI, Tour match, Colombo

Moeen gets England off to a flyer

Nov 21, 2014: Moeen Ali followed up taking three wickets with a blistering half-century from 21 balls as England completed a confidence-boosting win over Sri Lanka A in their opening warm-up match

David Hopps at the SSC

England in Sri Lanka 2014-15

Moeen to replace Hales for first warm-up

Nov 20, 2014: England are set to tinker with their top three again by dropping opener Alex Hales for the first warm-up match of their Sri Lanka tour

Alan Gardner

England news

Moeen looks to repay the sacrifices

Nov 13, 2014: The allrounder's early days of trying forge a professional career were not easy - his father would sometimes go without food - and now he wants to use his new-found status to help others follow his path

George Dobell

England news

Moeen chucks out the doosra

Nov 12, 2014: Moeen Ali will no longer attempt to bowl the doosra for fear of being reported for a suspect action

George Dobell

Why Norman Tebbit was wrong

Oct 1, 2014: So long as people's sporting affiliations do not assume racially abusive or violent form, who does it harm whether they support their national side or not?

Rob Steen

Essex v Worcestershire, Chelmsford, 3rd day

Essex left to rue another near miss

Sep 25, 2014: As on the first morning, Essex's bowlers tore through Worcestershire, finishing the job they had started two days ago

Alan Gardner at Chelmsford

Essex v Worcestershire, Chelmsford, 2nd day

Grayson lauds 'gifted' Ryder

Sep 24, 2014: Essex may not be able to celebrate promotion at the end of this match but Chelmsford basked in another Jesse Ryder masterclass

Alan Gardner at Chelmsford

Worcestershire v Surrey, New Road, 4th day

Worcestershire promoted amid extraordinary drama

Sep 12, 2014: Whether from tension, disbelief or joy, some Worcestershire members gathered under the Graeme Hick pavilion on Friday afternoon had tears on their cheeks

Paul Edwards at New Road
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