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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.
Ashley Giles, Freddie Flintoff and steps to help umpires deal with illegal actions are on Bumble's agenda...
Bumble's calendar is stacked, with ODI commitments, a potential trip to India and a spicy Boxing Day.
David Lloyd has his say on the Cook conundrum, the Ryder Cup and, er, 'The David Lloyd Story'.
Full-on Yorkshire are the pride of the County Championship, says David Lloyd, and deservedly so.
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