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Alex Hales has honed his batting craft and can now be relied upon in ODI cricket, says Nick Knight.
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England have plenty of questions to answer - not least about the role of captain - says Nick Knight.
Joe Root's maiden ODI century for England was as clever as it was skilful, says Nick Knight.
Nick Knight says England must assume more responsibility whilst batting in one-day internationals.
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