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Australia's 'man of the moment' Steve Smith was the difference as England were edged out in Hobart, says David Lloyd.
England turned in a "faultless" display to beat India by nine wickets in the third Tri-Series game, says David Lloyd.
Eoin Morgan's century will lift England but there are still "massive concerns" ahead of the World Cup, says David Lloyd.
I'm en route to Sydney for my first Big Bash commentary stint after setting a new fitness goal for 2015!
England's poor over-rate may cost Alastair Cook, says David Lloyd, but the captain is on the up with the bat.
England can win in Sri Lanka if batsmen prove they have the dynamism to switch a gear mid-innings.
Mark Ramprakash's appointment is a shrewd move, but James Anderson's knee injury has got me worried.
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