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  1. Cricket - England Nets

    Cricket: Settled England favourites to win World Cup, says Cook

    Former captain Alastair Cook believes England have an "outstanding chance" to lift the World Cup on home soil, having built a squad full of proven ...
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    Cricket - Cook calls on Denly to seize England opportunity in second test

    Former captain Alastair Cook has backed England's decision to pick Joe Denly at the expense of Keaton Jennings for the second test in West Indies, ...
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    Cook blasts England's preparations after West Indies defeat

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    England's post-Cook era off to unconvincing start in Galle

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    England call up uncapped Burns to test squad for Sri Lanka tour

  6. England v India - Fifth Test

    Cook's farewell knock helps England seize control

    Debutant Hanuma Vihari scored a battling 56 to frustrate England as India reached 240-7 in reply to the hosts' 332 all out on the third morning of ...
  7. England v India - Fifth Test

    Cricket: Cook denied farewell century as England collapse

    Alastair Cook was denied a dream century in his farewell test as the England opener was dismissed for 71 on the first day of the fifth test ...
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    Cook hopes time can mend relationship with Pietersen

    Retiring England batsman Alastair Cook hopes that his strained relationship with former team mate Kevin Pietersen can improve over time even ...
  9. Cricket - England Press Conference

    England's Cook cried when he told team mates of retirement

    England batsman Alastair Cook cried when he broke the news of his retirement to his team mates but said on Wednesday that burn-out was not behind ...
  10. England v India - First Test

    England slump as India strike back in final session

    England made a solid start on day one of the first test against India as they reached 163 for the loss of three wickets at tea on Wednesday.