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Criticised pair James Anderson and Stuart Broad were 'outstanding' on day three, says Andrew Strauss.
England were ‘shambolic’ at Lord’s and their experienced players must up their game, says Andrew Strauss.
Andrew Strauss is backing England's senior players to step up against India - just as in 2011.
Sam Robson’s unhurried maiden ton has given England the perfect platform, says Andrew Strauss.
England have James Anderson to thank for coming so close to winning the first Test, says Andrew Strauss.
Andrew Strauss says England must rediscover the habit of winning that powered his victorious side of 2011.
Andrew Strauss says England selectors must quickly identify a match-winning spinner.
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