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Chris Martin v Courtney Walsh, Vishwa Fernando v Jack Leach, Shannon Gabriel v Ian Botham - the debates rage on
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- ECB handed discretion over move to stage two training by government
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Next phase of training includes social-distancing exemptions
Young England spinner reveals lofty ambitions as 2020 season remains on hold for now
Grave says 25-man party set to fly around June 8, first Test likely on July 8
England seamer also sees no problem playing with dad Chris as match referee
Wouldn't you rather walk in at one-down for a low score than two-down?
Rehab in lockdown has posed challenges but England seamer is on the mend
England seamer confident of protocols on return to socially-distanced training at Edgbaston
Minimum training periods range from five to 12 weeks depending on format; teams advised to select large squads
Outcast England batsman should be allowed to prove he's changed, says team-mate
Whether they're having casual conversations with team-mates on Instagram Live, making entertaining Tiktok videos or creating trick-shot challenges, these cricketers are ensuring fans aren't starved of entertainment
He has the top strike rate in the game but needs to play "smarter" if he is to fulfil England predictions
Outcast star could come back into the reckoning after missing World Cup due to drugs ban
Split squads offer perfect chance for international recall
Clare Connor remains hopeful of staging series against India and South Africa behind closed doors this season
25-man squad will resume training in Lahore in early June
Eighteen bowlers to start individual net sessions on Thursday and Friday, batsmen return on June 1
The former England batsman looks back on 60 years in the game, including trying times as England coach in the 1990s
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