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David Lloyd gets out and about in Melbourne and ponders joining Steve Harmison at Ashington FC...
England's inability to hit regular boundaries is a concern heading into the World Cup, says David Lloyd.
England can take great heart from reaching Sunday's Tri-Series final with a tough win over India, says David Lloyd.
David Lloyd raises a glass to the 'Tubby' Taylor wine tour, Dennis Lillee, the BBL and England's showdown with India.
Australia's 'man of the moment' Steve Smith was the difference as England were edged out in Hobart, says David Lloyd.
England turned in a "faultless" display to beat India by nine wickets in the third Tri-Series game, says David Lloyd.
Eoin Morgan's century will lift England but there are still "massive concerns" ahead of the World Cup, says David Lloyd.
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