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Andrew Strauss says England's approach to ODI cricket is miles behind other countries after their World Cup exit.
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Peter Moores needs to galvanise England after a torrid start to the World Cup, says Andrew Strauss.
England’s decision to omit Ravi Bopara against Australia disrupted the balance of the side, says Andrew Strauss.
Andrew Strauss says opposition teams will be wary of Ian Bell's opening partnership with Moeen Ali.
Andrew Strauss believes cricket is as safe as it has ever been, despite the tragic death of Phillip Hughes.
Andrew Strauss says the 50-over format has showcased the best of young English talent.
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