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  • Moeen Ali puts boos behind him

    Moeen Ali wants to use his experiences of being jeered during an England Twenty20 fixture at Edgbaston to alter opinions of cricket fans.

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  • ECB award new central contracts

    Six players have been awarded an England and Wales Cricket Board central contract for the first time.

    Thursday September 11 2014, 12:27 BST
    Moeen Ali: Awarded a central contract for the first time
  • England avoid series whitewash

    Joe Root's second one-day international century helped England stave off a Royal London Series whitewash their captain Alastair Cook could ill afford.

    Friday September 5 2014, 18:19 BST
    Joe Root: Hit a superb century at Headingley
  • Cook unsure of England captaincy

    Alastair Cook's England at last delivered the victory they needed so badly against India - but he is still awaiting an assurance that he will remain captain through their World Cup winter.

    Friday September 5 2014, 21:13 BST
    England captain Alastair Cook celebrates during his side's victory
  • Bresnan out of T20 clash

    England seamer Tim Bresnan has been ruled out of Sunday's Twenty20 international against India.

    Friday September 5 2014, 18:12 BST
    Tim Bresnan: Ruled out due to injury
  • Broad and Prior have surgery

    Stuart Broad and Matt Prior have both undergone surgery and will begin rehabilitation programmes in due course.

    Thursday September 4 2014, 20:25 BST
    Stuart broad: Has gone under the knife
  • Moeen: Cook has our backing

    Moeen Ali insists there is no suggestion that the England one-day team are not behind captain Alastair Cook.

    Thursday September 4 2014, 13:50 BST
    Moeen Ali: Fully behind skipper Alastair Cook
  • Vaughan calls for Cook to go

    Michael Vaughan is calling on England to be ruthless by sacking captain Alastair Cook in order to salvage any chance of winning next year's World Cup.

    Wednesday September 3 2014, 17:09 BST
    Alastair Cook: Under pressure
  • Bell ruled out of final ODI

    Ian Bell has been ruled out of the fifth and final Royal London Series match against India at Headingley because of a broken toe.

    Wednesday September 3 2014, 16:33 BST
    Ian Bell: Ruled out of Friday's clash
  • Cook: Momentum tough to halt

    England captain Alastair Cook admits India's momentum is proving tough to halt after they wrapped up the Royal London series.

    Wednesday September 3 2014, 12:40 BST
    Alastair Cook: Under pressure
  • Cook vows to fight on

    Alastair Cook's appetite to lead England to the World Cup remains undiminished, despite their most chastening defeat yet as India wrapped up the Royal London Series a match early.

    Tuesday September 2 2014, 19:01 BST
    England captain Alastair Cook at the end of the fourth ODI
  • India crush England to win series

    Alastair Cook's England one-day international team hit a new low as a nine-wicket hammering at the hands of India completed the captain's fifth successive series defeat.

    Tuesday September 2 2014, 17:14 BST
    Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane led the way for India
  • Pietersen frustrated by England

    Kevin Pietersen has voiced his frustrations after England's one-day international travails increased against India.

    Tuesday September 2 2014, 19:53 BST
    Kevin Pietersen: Frustrated over England's defeat
  • Moores: Time is short

    Peter Moores admits time is short for England to make themselves a competitive force at next year's World Cup.

    Monday September 1 2014, 16:59 BST
    Peter Moores: England need to improve - and quickly
  • Roy allays injury fears

    Jason Roy endured several hours of drama he and the selectors could have done without, retiring hurt after taking a blow to his thumb on the day he was named in an England squad for the first time.

    Sunday August 31 2014, 19:43 BST
    Jason Roy: Struck on the hand at the Oval
  • England fall to heavy defeat

    Flat England took the fast track to a six-wicket defeat in the third Royal London Series match after getting into a costly tangle against India's spinners at Trent Bridge.

    Saturday August 30 2014, 17:42 BST
    England: Hammered
  • Hales looks to thrive with Cook

    England's rookie one-day international opener Alex Hales has heard all the noises off questioning captain Alastair Cook's World Cup credentials - but he is already planning their campaign together.

    Friday August 29 2014, 16:45 BST
    Alex Hales: Looking to forge a partnership with Alastair Cook
  • India lose Rohit Sharma to injury

    India batsman Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the rest of the one-day series after suffering a broken finger during the second match on Wednesday.

    Friday August 29 2014, 16:27 BST
    Rohit Sharma: Ruled out of the remainder of his country's tour of England
  • Root still right behind Cook

    England are confident they have the right captain, and right methods, to take on India in the Royal London Series and on the journey to next winter's World Cup.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 16:42 BST
    Joe Root: Fully behind skipper Alastair Cook
  • Cook blast for Swann

    Post-match reaction to India's 133-run victory over England in the second match of th Royal London Series in Cardiff.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 20:11 BST
    India celebrate as Eoin Morgan trudges off
  • Broad set for knee surgery

    The ECB have announced that England bowler Stuart Broad is to undergo surgery on his right knee on September 4.

    Wednesday August 20 2014, 19:43 BST
    Stuart Broad: Requires knee surgery in September
  • Hales gets England call

    Alex Hales appears set to become captain Alastair Cook's new opening partner after being named in England's 15-man Royal London Series squad to face India.

    Monday August 18 2014, 19:30 BST
    Alex Hales has been called up into England's one-day squad
  • England claim emphatic win

    England inflicted a second consecutive three-day defeat on India to seal the Investec Test series 3-1 at the Oval.

    Sunday August 17 2014, 16:44 BST
    Joe Root celebrates his century at the Oval
  • Anderson on top of his game

    England paceman James Anderson paid tribute to the whole bowling attack after the hosts wrapped up a massive victory over India in the fifth Test at The Oval.

    Sunday August 17 2014, 17:50 BST
    Anderson: In the form of his career at the moment
  • England take control at The Oval

    Only Mahendra Singh Dhoni stopped England's seam attack putting an irrevocable stamp already on the fifth Investec Test at The Oval.

    Friday August 15 2014, 19:30 BST
    Anderson celebrates after removing Gambhir in the first over
  • Cook: Anderson is world's best

    Alastair Cook has no hesitation in describing James Anderson as the world's most skilful bowler.

    Thursday August 14 2014, 17:05 BST
    James Anderson: Rated as the best in the world
  • Prior set for surgery

    Matt Prior has revealed he will undergo surgery on a long-standing Achilles problem next month and anticipates he will face a long period of recovery.

    Friday August 15 2014, 21:58 BST
    Matt Prior: Set for Achilles surgery next month
  • Broad and Dhoni miss practice

    Stuart Broad was one of two notable absentees from practice at The Oval before the fifth Investec Test between England and India.

    Wednesday August 13 2014, 16:14 BST
    Stuart Broad: Missed nets on Thursday
  • Dhoni defends day off

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni will have limited familiarity with his surroundings when the fifth Investec Test gets under way - after an unexpected day off and then a washout.

    Thursday August 14 2014, 17:12 BST
    MS Dhoni: A big admirer of James Anderson
  • Moeen on a learning curve

    Moeen Ali has learned much in his short Test career so far - about the likely impact of wristband slogans, and a distinctly handy tip on how to bowl quicker off-breaks.

    Wednesday August 13 2014, 17:31 BST
    Moeen Ali: Has adapted well to Test cricket
  • Root: We must cement progress

    Joe Root says England are brimming with confidence following back-to-back victories against India, but knows they must capitalise on their form when the final Test starts at the Kia Oval on Friday.

    Wednesday August 13 2014, 14:44 BST
    Joe Root: Ready for fifth Test
  • Moores never doubted Cook

    England coach Peter Moores never doubted the ability of captain Alastair Cook to turn around his and the team's fortunes.

    Sunday August 10 2014, 16:23 BST
    Alastair Cook: Stunning turnaround since Lord's
  • England unchanged for Oval

    The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced an unchanged squad for the fifth Test against India, with Stuart Broad expected to play in a face mask.

    Sunday August 10 2014, 10:37 BST
    Stuart Broad: Named in unchanged squad for fifth Test
  • Captain Cook hails turnaround

    England captain Alastair Cook hailed his team after their remarkable transformation of fortunes in the Investec Test Series against India.

    Saturday August 9 2014, 21:23 BST
    England's Chris Jordan celebrates after taking a wicket
  • England claim innings victory

    England claimed a 2-1 lead in the Investec Test Series as India collapsed to an innings-and-54-run defeat inside three days at Emirates Old Trafford.

    Saturday August 9 2014, 18:52 BST
    Moeen Ali celebrates taking the wicket of India's Ravindra Jadeja
  • Broad expected to make Oval Test

    England expect all-rounder Stuart Broad to be fit for the final Investec Test against India despite suffering a broken nose at Emirates Old Trafford.

    Saturday August 9 2014, 21:21 BST
    Stuart Broad takes a blow to the face at Old Trafford
  • Boycott questions Old Trafford pitch

    Former England batsman Geoff Boycott believes the abandonment of Friday's play in the fourth Investec Test against India at Emirates Old Trafford could damage the game.

    Friday August 8 2014, 20:35 BST
    Boycott: Not happy with the situation at Old Trafford
  • Rain pain for England

    Heavy rain and a sodden outfield prevented England building a promising lead in the fourth Investec Test against India at Emirates Old Trafford as play was abandoned.

    Friday August 8 2014, 18:16 BST
    A rain-soaked Old Trafford on Friday afternoon
  • Broad puts England in charge

    England grabbed control of the Investec Series after India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's risky decision to bat first in the fourth Test backfired spectacularly at Old Trafford.

    Thursday August 7 2014, 19:35 BST
    James Anderson celebrates as England take control
  • Broad: A good toss to lose

    Stuart Broad toasted a "fantastic toss to lose" after he authored India's demise on day one of the fourth Investec Test.

    Thursday August 7 2014, 20:42 BST
    Stuart Broad walks off after his six-wicket haul against India
  • Dhoni: Time to move on

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni admits India's only concern is the crucial fourth Test against England at Old Trafford on Thursday.

    Wednesday August 6 2014, 16:50 BST
    MS Dhoni: His India side are only concentrating on cricket
  • No Mr Nice Guy for Cook

    England captain Alastair Cook has no intention of tempering side's behaviour in the aftermath of James Anderson's disciplinary hearing, claiming international cricket should never be "nicey nicey".

    Wednesday August 6 2014, 17:35 BST
    England's Alastair Cook plays a shot in the indoor nets
  • No Anderson appeal from ICC

    The International Cricket Council has decided not to appeal against the ruling that saw England seamer James Anderson found not guilty of breaching its code of conduct.

    Wednesday August 6 2014, 11:20 BST
    James Anderson: No appeal from the ICC
  • Anderson backed by Cook

    England captain Alastair Cook has revealed he has no issue with James Anderson's aggressive attitude on the field.

    Wednesday August 6 2014, 14:12 BST
    Alastair Cook has backed James Anderson
  • ICC to consider ruling appeal

    The International Cricket Council has announced it is to consider the ruling from the James Anderson-Ravindra Jadeja case before deciding whether to appeal.

    Tuesday August 5 2014, 14:40 BST
    James Anderson: Was last week cleared of any wrong-doing
  • Bell tribute to Gooch

    Ian Bell has paid tribute to former England batting coach Graham Gooch for helping to get him back amongst the runs.

    Monday August 4 2014, 10:33 BST
    Ian Bell: Gooch helped him regain his best form
  • Finn replaces Plunkett

    Steven Finn has been called up to the England squad for the first time since his Ashes nightmare as a replacement for injured paceman Liam Plunkett for the fourth Test against India.

    Sunday August 3 2014, 17:26 BST
    Steven Finn: Returns to the England squad
  • Anderson cleared by ICC

    James Anderson has been cleared of any wrong-doing in his spat with Ravindra Jadeja during the Trent Bridge Test.

    Friday August 1 2014, 17:17 BST
    Anderson: In the clear after altercation at Trent Bridge
  • Moores impressed by Moeen

    England are cautiously starting to wonder whether they have unearthed a gem in Moeen Ali's fast-improving off-spin.

    Friday August 1 2014, 16:59 BST
    Moeen Ali: Impressed Moores with his level-headed approach
  • Moeen bowls England to victory

    Moeen Ali and James Anderson led England's surge to a series-levelling 266-run victory with more than two sessions to spare in the third Investec Test against India at the Ageas Bowl.

    Thursday July 31 2014, 13:12 BST
    Moeen Ali: England all-rounder spun his way through India's lower order on day five
  • Cook hails long-awaited win

    England's celebrations were deserved yet muted after they at last broke their long winless streak against India at the Ageas Bowl.

    Thursday July 31 2014, 16:49 BST
    Alastair Cook signs autographs for fans after day five of the Third Test
  • Moores proud of Cook's resilience

    Alastair Cook's position as England captain and opening batsman looks assured once again after his efforts at the Ageas Bowl.

    Thursday July 31 2014, 14:48 BST
    Alastair Cook bounced back to form during the third Test
  • England on course for victory

    England were bang on course to end their long winless run with a first success in 11 Tests, as India stumbled in pursuit of a world-record run chase at the Ageas Bowl.

    Wednesday July 30 2014, 19:00 BST
    Moeen Ali took two key wickets on the fourth evening
  • Anderson receives Root praise

    England are on the verge of a first Test win for almost a year, but at close of play on his birthday James Anderson still seemed unable to resist a party-piece contretemps with the opposition.

    Wednesday July 30 2014, 21:26 BST
    Anderson took five wickets in India's first innings
  • ICC rules Jadeja can appeal

    India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been granted the opportunity to appeal against his International Cricket Council fine, for his part in a spat with England's James Anderson during the Trent Bridge Test.

    Wednesday July 30 2014, 13:56 BST
    James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja row at Trent Bridge
  • England eke out Indian wickets

    England's bowlers were granted just reward, and a little more from occasionally compliant India, for much hard work as the hosts stayed on course for a shot at victory in the third Investec Test.

    Tuesday July 29 2014, 18:55 BST
    Stuart Broad celebrates taking a wicket for England
  • Broad credits Moores for positivity

    Reaction from day three of the third Investec Test match between England and India at the Ageas Bowl.

    Tuesday July 29 2014, 20:24 BST
    Stuart Broad took three wickets at the Rose Bowl
  • ICC bans Moeen wristbands

    Moeen Ali must stop wearing his 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' wristbands while playing for England, the International Cricket Council has decided.

    Tuesday July 29 2014, 10:49 BST
    Moeen Ali's wristbands
  • Bell and Buttler star for England

    Ian Bell and Test debutant Jos Buttler turned on the style to put England in command against India at the Ageas Bowl.

    Monday July 28 2014, 18:46 BST
    Ian Bell celebrates his hundred at the Ageas Bowl
  • Bell pleased by England showing

    Reaction from day two of the third Investec Test match between England and India at the Ageas Bowl.

    Monday July 28 2014, 21:33 BST
    England batsman Ian Bell hits a six against India at the Ageas Bowl
  • Cook and Ballance impress

    Alastair Cook fell five agonising runs short of a long-overdue Test century, but still helped Gary Ballance put his team in a dominant position against India at the Ageas Bowl.

    Sunday July 27 2014, 22:30 BST
    Alastair Cook made 95 and Gary Ballance is unbeaten on 104
  • Captain Cook feeling relieved

    Alastair Cook is back on the front foot as England captain and opener, after answering his many critics with a pivotal innings for England.

    Sunday July 27 2014, 21:12 BST
    Cook: Returned to form with a score of 95
  • Dhoni upset by Jadeja verdict

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni has complained bitterly about the "very hurtful decision" to fine Ravindra Jadeja for his alleged spat with James Anderson during the first Investec Test.

    Saturday July 26 2014, 17:54 BST
    MS Doni: Unhappy with sanction for Ravindra Jadeja
  • Cook shrugs off KP criticism

    Kevin Pietersen is the latest of at least five former England captains to call for Alastair Cook's resignation - but it is advice the incumbent insists he can and must ignore.

    Saturday July 26 2014, 17:52 BST
    Alastair Cook: Defiant
  • KP calls for Cook to resign

    Kevin Pietersen believes embattled England captain Alastair Cook is only still in the job because it would be a "yet another PR disaster" for the England and Wales Cricket Board to sack him now.

    Saturday July 26 2014, 13:34 BST
    Alastair Cook: Should resign says Kevin Pietersen
  • Buttler plays down expectations

    Jos Buttler warns he is unlikely to single-handedly "fix English cricket" as he prepares to take a step into the unknown.

    Friday July 25 2014, 18:04 BST
    Jos Buttler: Ready for his Test debut
  • India unhappy with Jadeja fine

    India appear far from happy with Ravindra Jadeja's punishment for his part in the spat with England fast bowler James Anderson during the Trent Bridge Test.

    Friday July 25 2014, 16:18 BST
    Ravindra Jadeja: Fined by the ICC
  • Ganguly backing for Cook

    England captain Alastair Cook has found an unlikely supporter in former India skipper Sourav Ganguly, who believes the rest of the squad have failed to back their leader up when required.

    Wednesday July 23 2014, 12:53 BST
    Alastair Cook's colleagues have not shown sufficient 'guts', says Ganguly
  • Cook stays; Buttler called up

    Alastair Cook will remain England captain for the third Test against India, while Jos Buttler is set for his Test debut.

    Tuesday July 22 2014, 16:11 BST
    Jos Buttler: Called into England's Test squad
  • Moores backs captain Cook

    England coach Peter Moores has no doubts that Test skipper Alastair Cook is still the right man for the job.

    Tuesday July 22 2014, 17:44 BST
    Alastair Cook (l) still has the backing of Peter Moores
  • Anderson hearing date set

    James Anderson faces the possibility of being banned from his home Test at Old Trafford after a date of August 1 was set for his International Cricket Council disciplinary hearing.

    Tuesday July 22 2014, 18:27 BST
    Anderson (r): Could be banned for the Old Trafford Test
  • Sharma: India not daunted by pace

    India paceman Ishant Sharma insists his side can give as good as they get on bowler-friendly wickets.

    Tuesday July 22 2014, 18:26 BST
    Ishant Sharma: Tormented England at Lord's
  • Injured Prior takes a break

    Matt Prior has taken a step back from England duty for the rest of the summer due to injury.

    Monday July 21 2014, 22:09 BST
    Matt Prior: Stepping down due to injury
  • England crumble to defeat

    England collapsed to a 95-run defeat at Lord's, to concede a 1-0 Investec series lead and pile ever more pressure on their captain Alastair Cook.

    Monday July 21 2014, 15:47 BST
    Celebrations for India on the final day at Lord's
  • Cook vows to halt England slump

    Post-match reaction to India's 95-run victory over England in the second Investec Test at Lord's.

    Monday July 21 2014, 18:43 BST
    Alastair Cook: Won't stand down
  • Cook's men feeling the heat

    England are in danger of a defeat captain Alastair Cook can ill afford in the second Test against India at Lord's.

    Sunday July 20 2014, 19:01 BST
    Alastair Cook's woes with the bat continued at Lord's
  • Farbrace: England team behind Cook

    Reaction from day four of the second Test between England and India at Lord's.

    Sunday July 20 2014, 21:16 BST
    Ravindra Jadeja's career-best 68 hurt England
  • Vaughan has Cook concerns

    Michael Vaughan is the latest to question whether Alastair Cook should continue as England captain.

    Saturday July 19 2014, 23:24 BST
    Alastair Cook: Struggling for runs
  • Plunkett gives England hope

    Liam Plunkett was England's catalyst with bat and ball as they gave themselves a shot at a long overdue Test victory, against India at Lord's.

    Saturday July 19 2014, 19:53 BST
    Liam Plunkett: Scored a maiden half century and took two key wickets
  • Aggression pleases Plunkett

    Reaction from day three of the second Test between England and India at Lord's.

    Saturday July 19 2014, 20:52 BST
    Plunkett had a good day with bat and ball
  • Trent Bridge pitch 'poor'

    The England and Wales Cricket Board has committed to supporting required "corrective action" after the Trent Bridge pitch for the drawn first Investec Test was judged "poor".

    Saturday July 19 2014, 15:22 BST
    The Trent Bridge pitch has been criticised
  • Ballance stars but Cook fails

    Gary Ballance made his second Test century at Lord's to help England out of trouble after another failure for beleaguered captain Alastair Cook.

    Friday July 18 2014, 18:35 BST
    Alastair Cook departs for just 10 on the second morning at Lord's
  • Ballance delight after ton

    Gary Ballance was hanging his head in embarrassment on the eve of the second Test, but by stumps on day two he was the toast of Lord's for bailing England out with a battling century against India.

    Friday July 18 2014, 20:21 BST
    Gary Ballance celebrates after reaching his second Test century
  • Rahane leads India fightback

    England ran into the skilled resistance of Ajinkya Rahane as India defied the greenest of Lord's pitches of day one of the second Investec Test.

    Thursday July 17 2014, 18:49 BST
    James Anderson picked up the early wicket of Shikhar Dhawan
  • Rahane proud of Lord's ton

    Reaction from day one of the second Test between England and India at Lord's.

    Thursday July 17 2014, 23:21 BST
    Ajinkya Rahane: Led India's fightback at Lord's
  • Anderson hearing set for Tuesday

    James Anderson will face a preliminary hearing next Tuesday on his Level 3 disciplinary charge, following the altercation between him and India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja.

    Thursday July 17 2014, 16:13 BST
    James Anderson: Hearing will be on Tuesday
  • Gooch: Cook needs technique tweak

    Alastair Cook's batting mentor Graham Gooch believes the England captain needs to rebuild his technique.

    Thursday July 17 2014, 10:29 BST
    Gooch (l) is backing Cook to rediscover his form
  • Don't change, Cook tells Anderson

    England captain Alastair Cook is adamant pace bowler James Anderson must stay true to himself "in the heat of battle".

    Thursday July 17 2014, 08:38 BST
    James Anderson: Urged to stay aggressive on the field
  • Jadeja facing misconduct charge

    England team manager Phil Neale has charged India's Ravindra Jadeja under Level 2 of the International Cricket Council's code of conduct.

    Wednesday July 16 2014, 18:46 BST
    The ECB have made a Level 2 allegation against Ravindra Jadeja
  • Dhoni defends Anderson charges

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni is unrepentant about India's decision to make an allegation of Level 3 seriousness against England's James Anderson.

    Wednesday July 16 2014, 22:17 BST
    Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Stands by India's decision
  • Cook: India want Anderson banned

    Alastair Cook believes India have cynically escalated James Anderson's spat with Ravindra Jadeja in the hope England's premier bowler may be banned for part of the Investec series.

    Wednesday July 16 2014, 22:16 BST
    Alastair Cook: Wants no distractions
  • ECB to contest Anderson charge

    India have made allegations against England bowler James Anderson for "abusing and pushing" all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja under Level 3 of the International Cricket Council's code of conduct.

    Tuesday July 15 2014, 18:26 BST
    James Anderson: ECB to contest allegations
  • England 'hope' for faster pitch

    England live in hope, rather than expectation, of an appropriate surface for the second Investec Test at Lord's.

    Tuesday July 15 2014, 16:53 BST
    Ballance: 'I hope there will be more pace and carry'
  • Robson: Cook will hit form

    Sam Robson believes it is only a matter of time before England captain Alastair Cook hits form with the bat.

    Tuesday July 15 2014, 14:36 BST
    Cooke: The England captain is under some pressure
  • Moores continues to back Cook

    Peter Moores is confident Alastair Cook will "stay strong" in adversity to restate his case as England captain and opening batsman.

    Monday July 14 2014, 16:40 BST
    Alastair Cook: Tough summer so far
  • Root tops England rankings

    Joe Root is now England's highest-ranked batsman in the Reliance ICC Test Rankings following his century in the draw against India at Trent Bridge on Sunday.

    Monday July 14 2014, 15:29 BST
    Joe Root: Now 16th in the world batting rankings
  • Cook wants return 'home'

    England can only hope to avoid Lahore at Lord's after their first-Test frustrations on a Nottingham pitch which captain Alastair Cook likened to Nagpur.

    Monday July 14 2014, 10:00 BST
    Cook: Gave himself a bowl as the first Test petered out on Sunday
  • Cook livens up drab draw

    The first Investec Test between England and India ended in a comical rather than dramatic draw at Trent Bridge.

    Sunday July 13 2014, 17:37 BST
    Alastair Cook celebrates his wicket at Trent Bridge
  • Cook: Wicket was the winner

    Post-match reaction to England's draw with India in the first Investec Test at Trent Bridge.

    Sunday July 13 2014, 19:23 BST
    Liam Plunkett celebrates the wicket of MS Dhoni
  • Kerrigan: I have learned from debut

    Simon Kerrigan has vowed to learn from his previous experience with England if he is selected for the second Test.

    Sunday July 13 2014, 22:29 BST
    Simon Kerrigan: Could play in the second Test