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Ahead of Sunday's final, David Lloyd has picked his World Cup XI - but who has made his team?
David Lloyd kicks off his birthday celebrations with Ireland and toasts call ups for Adam Lyth and Mark Wood...
David Lloyd says there are “serious candidates” to replace Peter Moores if England axe him in the wake of their World Cup exit.
David Lloyd shares a bite with Bangladesh and dines out on two days of superb fishing and biking...
David Lloyd tees it up with Jimmy Anderson, goes in to bat for the Associates and finds a new tipple...
David Lloyd catches up with England's James Taylor and goes in search of the oldest pub in New Zealand…
David Lloyd gets out and about in Melbourne and ponders joining Steve Harmison at Ashington FC...
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