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England still trail West Indies by 35 runs in first Test

England lose Rory Burns before lunch and still trail West Indies by 35 runs as they aim to claw their way back into first Test on day four at the Ageas Bowl England reached lunch on day four of the first Test with West Indies on 79-1 Rory Burns and Dom Sibley had built a strong opening partnership for England  But Burns was eventually dismissed by Roston Chase after poor

Stuart Broad launches scathing attack on the England selectors after being axed

Stuart Broad has launched a scathing attack on the England selectors after being axed for the first time at home for eight years. Broad opened up on the 'anger', 'frustration' and 'emotion' he felt after being told his services were not required this week, despite bowling the best he ever had in the last couple of years. And following a summer in which he had David Warner in his pocket

Sheffield Shield: Blues  aim for dynasty

Winning a record 47th Sheffield Shield title should be just the start for a NSW squad ladened with talent and ready to build “something special”. Four months after winning the title, without a ball being bowled in the final with the season shortened due to the coronavirus, the NSW Blues finally have the historic trophy in their hands. Captain Peter Nevill and coach Phil Jaques posed with the shield at

The Queen's Tactical primed for Group One Prix Morny mission

The Queen’s Tactical primed for Group One Prix Morny mission after emphatic triumph in the July Stakes at Newmarket Tactical confirmed that The Queen has one of the season’s hottest two-year-olds Andrew Balding-trained colt finished strongly to see off Yazaman on Thursday The Prix Morny in France will be next on the radar for Balding’s Royal Ascot hero Tactical confirmed that The Queen has one of the season’s hottest two-year-olds on her

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Friday, July 10

Robin Goodfellow’s racing tips: Best bets for Friday, July 10 Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Friday’s meetings at Newmarket, Market Rasen, Musselburgh and Bath. Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Friday’s meetings NEWMARKET ROBIN GOODFELLOW 12.10 Group One Power 12.45 Celsius 1.15 Magical Land 1.50 Presidential 2.25 More Beautiful 3.00 STAR OF THE EAST (nap) 3.35 Grand Rock 4.10 One Master

NASSER HUSSAIN: Joe Denly must change or the axe will fall

NASSER HUSSAIN: Test cricket can be ruthless and there is nowhere to hide – Joe Denly must change or the axe will fall Joe Denly must change his style of he will end up being dropped by England  Denly has a weakness with balls that nip back and that will be sensed by bowlers  The 34-year-old clearly has a technical problem – his feet are getting stuck  If you were

Windies captain Jason Holder reacts after ripping through England in first Test

West Indies captain Jason Holder took six wickets and claimed career-best figures as the tourists bowled England out cheaply on day two of the first Test. Holder – the number one all-rounder in Test cricket – dismissed Zak Crawley, Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, Jos Buttler, Jofra Archer and Mark Wood, finished with fantastic figures of 6-42. Shannon Gabriel took the other four wickets as England were bowled out for 204

England name SEVEN uncapped players in ODI squad

Ed Smith backs Alex Hales’ ongoing international exile as England name SEVEN uncapped players in 24-man ODI squad for Ireland series with Test stars absent England have named a 24-strong behind-closed-doors training group They will go into camp at Ageal Bowl this month for three ODIs against Ireland Test stars have been omitted due to the current series against West Indies Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali included after being cut

England and West Indies players take a knee in Black Lives Matter tribute

The England and West Indies squads took a knee before the series opener at the Ageas Bowl in tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement. It was confirmed last week that England would join the Windies in displaying a BLM logo on their playing shirts throughout the three-match series. But England stand-in skipper Ben Stokes and West Indies captain Jason Holder said the players wanted to make another ‘gesture’ to

John Gosden positive over Enable despite Sandown defeat

John Gosden is looking forward to the rest of the campaign with Enable despite the mare suffering the third defeat of her career on her seasonal bow in Sunday’s Coral-Eclipse at Sandown. A third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe win remains her ultimate target in the autumn and she satisfied her trainer when second to Charlie Appleby’s Ghaiyyath over a trip short of her optimum. Source: Read Full Article