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Nasser Hussain: If Ben Stokes Declines Captaincy Offer, Then Stuart Broad Should be Approached

Hussain felt that after Root led the England Test side for five years, it was time for change and Stokes would be the ideal candidate to replace the outgoing captain.

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The Setup Stinks: Kevin Pietersen Defends Under Fire England Captain Joe Root, Says Don’t Point Fingers At Him

Kevin Pietersen has lashed out over people pointing fingers at Joe Root's future as Test captain after the 1-0 series loss to West Indies, saying that the cricketing setup in the country 'stinks'.

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Women’s World Cup: England’s Kate Cross Believes Not Going Away From Plan A Will be Important Against SA

The defending champions are yet to get a win against their name in the tournament, losing to Australia by 12 runs and to West Indies by seven runs.

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Paul Collingwood: Just Concentrating Solely On These Next Four Weeks

England interim head coach Paul Collingwood on Sunday said his main concentration is on the next four weeks with the Test side on the tour of West Indies.

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Joe Root: It’s Not The End Of The Road For Jimmy Anderson And Stuart Broad

Joe Root has clarified that it is not the end of the road for celebrated ageing pace-bowling stalwarts Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad after they were not considered for the three-Test series in the Caribbean next month.

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James Anderson ‘Praying’ His England Career Is Not Over

Anderson and his long-time bowling partner Stuart Broad were both dropped from the Test squad following Ashes defeat.

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Nasser Hussain On Ashley Giles: Can’t Be Too Critical Of a Good Bloke Trying To Look After His Staff

Hussain also felt sympathetic towards under-pressure head coach Chris Silverwood apart from Giles in a two-year phase where England have spent a lot of time all over the world playing in bio-bubbles.

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England All-Rounder Tim Bresnan Announces Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

The 36-year-old now ends his 20-year cricketing career which saw him represent England on 142 occasions across all formats, including 23 Test caps. Bresnan was a member in England winning the 2010/11 Ashes in Australia and the T20 World Cup 2010 trophy in the West Indies.

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ECB May Call Back Its Players From IPL Due To Series Against New Zealand

Some of the leading England Test cricketers, including pace bowler Mark Wood and middle-order batter Jonny Bairstow, are among the 22 players from the county to have registered for the 10-franchise IPL mega auction next month.

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‘I’m a Good Coach’: Chris Silverwood Insists He Wants To Stay On

England lost the five-match Ashes series by losing the first three games back-to-back.

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