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India taught England's batsmen a lesson in one day cricket at Trent Bridge, says David Lloyd.
The chips are down for England, but I'm chipper after Finals Day thanks to the chippies in Whitby...
The stage is set for a Festival of Cricket, says Bumble, and Kevin Pietersen might be the headline act.
Bumble blogs on India's travails, England's leading wicket-takers and playing golf with Jos Buttler.
Bumble blogs on trains and trams - and says Steven Finn isn't at Old Trafford simply for the ride.
Ravi Jadeja's complaints are a farce, says Bumble, and he can expect lots of stick in Manchester.
David Lloyd says 'downtrodden' England must band together to have any hope of prevailing at Lord's.
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