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Sir Ian Botham is backing James Anderson and Ian Bell to help England square the series with India.
We look back at the highs and lows of Matt Prior's career following his decision to take a break from cricket.
Mikey Holding looks at Alastair Cook's woe against pitch-up balls and ahead to day five at Lord's.
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Shane Warne hails a superb century from Gary Ballance but says the Test is 60-40 in India's favour.
Sky Sports News' Tim Abraham looks back at an incident packed couple of days ahead of the second Test against India.
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