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  • Loye urges England to tour

    Mal Loye has told England's players to "go for it" and tour Bangladesh but admits he quit a coaching role in the country amid worries the Australia team would be targeted by terrorists.

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  • Morgan praise for 'cool' Root

    Eoin Morgan hailed another superb batting performance from Joe Root as England clinched the second ODI against Pakistan at Lord's.

    Saturday August 27 2016, 20:16 BST
    Eoin Morgan sweeps another boundary in England's four-wicket win against Pakistan at Lord's.
  • Root guides England home

    Joe Root marshalled the England chase as they reeled off a four-wicket victory over Pakistan in the second one-day international at Lord's.

    Saturday August 27 2016, 19:46 BST
    Joe Root during his innings of 89 at Lord's.
  • Irfan in for injured Hafeez

    Mohammad Hafeez will be replaced by Mohammad Irfan in Pakistan's squad for the remainder of their tour of England.

    Saturday August 27 2016, 22:29 BST
    Mohammad Hafeez's tour of England is over because of injury
  • Anderson, Broad to be rested

    England seamers James Anderson and Stuart Broad will play no further part in the county season as they rest injuries.

    Saturday August 27 2016, 12:20 BST
    Broad (l) and Anderson: Now planning for England's winter tours
  • ICC to carry out safety checks

    The International Cricket Council has welcomed England's decision to tour Bangladesh but will conduct its own safety assessment on behalf on the match officials.

    Saturday August 27 2016, 19:08 BST
     Chief Executive of the ICC David Richardson
  • Buttler: Plenty to mull for players

    Jos Buttler admits England's cricketers are in unfamiliar territory as they weigh up whether to tour Bangladesh this autumn, though director of cricket Andrew Strauss is "very confident" in the security arrangements.

    Friday August 26 2016, 18:09 BST
    Jos Buttler and the England players are considering the security implications
  • MCC tells fans to cork it

    Champagne cork-popping cricket spectators at Lord's have been warned they risk causing a "hazard" to players with their antics.

    Friday August 26 2016, 14:31 BST
    Corks on the outfield during the first Test between England and New Zealand at Lord's in 2015
  • England will tour Bangladesh

    England's tour of Bangladesh this autumn will go ahead despite recent security concerns.

    Thursday August 25 2016, 22:33 BST
    Alastair Cook will lead his side in Bangladesh
  • Mark Wood wants to be faster

    Mark Wood believes he can crank up his genuine express pace even further still despite comfortably topping 90mph on his long-awaited England return.

    Thursday August 25 2016, 18:14 BST
    Mark Wood: Regularly bowling at over 90mph