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David Lloyd says 'downtrodden' England must band together to have any hope of prevailing at Lord's.
David Lloyd blames England's poor bowling for allowing India to escape on day one of second Test.
Bumble blogs on Simon Kerrigan, a crammed Test schedule and his fears for Lancashire CCC.
Sky Sports commentator David Lloyd has tipped Yorkshire's Joe Root as a future England captain.
Bumble blogs on Friday's sold-out Roses T20, Jimmy Anderson's workload and a boisterous hole-in-one.
Bumble says Alastair Cook shouldn't take criticism to heart and blogs on Bell, Trott and Vipers' birthday.
Bumble blogs on England's brand of cricket, who he'd make 12th man and 'the worst bar in the world'.
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Yorkshire reclaimed the County Championship lead with a 220-run victory over Middlesex at Scarborough.
England's James Anderson could be banned from the Old Trafford Test with August 1 set for his disciplinary hearing.
Derbyshire beat Glamorgan by six wickets for their first home victory in the County Championship this season.
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Sky Bet expect under-fire captain Alastair Cook to still be charge of England for the Third Test against India, starting on Sunday.