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Beefy says England's batting against spin is lamentable and they cannot win the 2015 World Cup.
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Ahead of the fourth Test, Sir Ian Botham tips England to win Test series with India 3-1.
Nasser Hussain and Sir Ian Botham reflect on England's fine individual performances in the third Test.
Sir Ian Botham says England have ‘turned the corner’ after they ended their 11-Test wait for a win on Thursday.
Sir Ian Botham has urged Alastair Cook to ‘clear his head’ away from the glare of international cricket.
England bowled poorly and became flustered as India set them 319 to win the second Test, says Beefy.
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