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The heat is ramping up on Matt Prior, says Nasser Hussain, and he must hit his way back into form.
Alastair Cook must decide whether he can locate his batting form whilst captaining, says Nasser Hussain.
England must make brave decisions, but Nasser Hussain is not sure that's playing Simon Kerrigan at Lord's.
Joe Root’s determined resistance on day three at Trent Bridge won praise from Nasser Hussain.
Murali Vijay’s century is the perfect catalyst for India’s inexperienced batting line-up, says Nasser Hussain.
India have a star-studded batting line-up but their seamers will decide their fate, says Nasser Hussain.
England could be set a ‘twitchy’ run chase after a ‘clumsy’ day at Headingley, says Nasser Hussain.
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Cricket Australia have confirmed Shaun Marsh will miss October's Test series against Pakistan due to an injured elbow.
England wicketkeeper Matt Prior is to take an immediate break from all forms of cricket due to injury.
Bob Willis insists Matt Prior may not have played his last Test after announcing he will take a break from cricket.
Nasser Hussain reflects on India's 'best' away Test win, the Ishant Sharma show and England's rashness.
Sky Bet expect under-fire captain Alastair Cook to still be charge of England for the Third Test against India, starting on Sunday.
It's been another eventful week across the world of sport, but again it showed that for every smiling winner there's a disheartened loser.