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India v England: England’s Hales left sidelined with hand injury

England opener Alex Hales will miss the remainder of England’s limited-overs tour of India with a broken right hand and is also touch and go for next month’s trip to the West Indies.

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India's Yuvraj Singh raises his bat and helmet to celebrate scoring hundred runs against England in Cuttack on Thursday. Picture: AP/Aijaz Rahi

Chris Waters: Yuvraj Singh proves age no barrier as he silences the doubters

EVERYONE remembers the name of the first Indian batsman to play for Yorkshire.

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England's Alex Hales falls on the ground in Thursday's ODI defeat against India in Cuttack. Picture: AP/Aijaz Rahi

India v England: Self-belief doesn’t translate into victory for England

Eoin Morgan admits England were outplayed by India in Cuttack despite running the hosts close in a thrilling run chase.

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Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah, left, celebrates with teammate Hardik Pandya, center, and captain Virat Kohli the dismissal of England's Alex Hales (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)

Yorkshire pair unable to see England home after trio of centuries in Cuttack

Yorkshire's Liam Plunkett and David Willey failed to produce a grandstand finish as England fell to a 15-run defeat in the second one-day international in Cuttack.

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CATCH ME IF YOU CAN: India's Virat Kohli is the best batsman in the world, with his chief rivals - Kane Williamson, Steve Smith and Joe Root - having lotsof ground to make up.

Chris Waters: How do you stop Virat Kohli? Er, well you can’t ...

THE ARGUMENTS can now be put to bed.

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England's Jos Buttler (right) and captain Eoin Morgan celebrate  victory over Sri Lanka at the Ageas Bowl last July. Picture: Chris Ison/PA

India v England: ‘Fantastic leader’ Eoin Morgan backed to be big hitter again

Jos Buttler hailed England captain Eoin Morgan as a “revolutionary” in a ringing endorsement of his leadership ahead of the second one-day international against India.

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Jonathan Agnew

Two cricketing legends coming to Yorkshire

Outspoken commentator and former England cricketer Jonathan Agnew is heading to York. Catherine Scott reports.

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Jake Ball: Notts seam bowler said the noise of the crowd in  Pune was incredible.

England in India: Ball planning to silence the crowd and level the series

England bowler Jake Ball wants to silence the Indian fans after Virat Kohli’s latest masterclass whipped the stands into a frenzy in the first one-day international.

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England's Joe Root bats during the first one day international cricket match against India at the Maharashtra cricket association stadium in Pune, India, Sunday, Jan.15, 2017. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

Dad’s the word for Joe Root over England captaincy issue

Joe Root is in no rush to assume another new position of responsibility as England’s Test captain having just become a father for the first time.

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Bygones: When Don Bradman turned the Ashes series for Australia off his own bat

IT REMAINS the only five-match Test series won by a team that were 2-0 down.

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Australia v England 1936/37

1st Test, Brisbane: December 4-9. England 358 (M Leyland 126, CJ Barnett 69; WJ O’Reilly 5-102) and 256 (GOB Allen 68; FA Ward 6-102) beat Australia 234 (JHW Fingleton 100, SJ McCabe 51; W Voce 6-41) and 58 (GOB Allen 5-36) by 322 runs.

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England's captain Eoin Morgan.

Chris Waters: Eoin Morgan is under pressure to start delivering for England

“PRESSURE?” scoffed the legendary Australian all-rounder Keith Miller.

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Indian captain Virat Kohli celebrates his hundred.

Brilliance of India’s Virat Kohli frustrates England bowlers in Pune

EOIN MORGAN rated England “odds on” favourites after taking four early wickets in the first one-day international against India but had not reckoned on twin hundreds from the peerless Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav.

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Seam bowler Steve Patterson never thought he would earn a testimonial when he started out with Yorkshire. (Picture: Bruce Rollinson)

Weekend Interview: ‘Proudest thing that’s ever happened to me’ - Steve Patterson

THERE are some cricketers that you cannot imagine playing for any other county.

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Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com.  An aerial view of Headingley stadium during the first floodlit match.

‘We’re staying in Leeds’ insist Yorkshire cricket bosses after stadium future speculation

The boss of Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC) insists Headingley WILL remain the home of cricket in the county, after questions over the funding of a major stadium redevelopment led to speculation about the future of the game in Leeds.

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New first-team coach Andrew Gale is backed by Steve Patterson to continue the success at Yorkshire.

Gary Ballance will be given full backing by Yorkshire, insists Steve Patterson

STEVE PATTERSON is backing the new captain and coach partnership of Gary Ballance and Andrew Gale to help maintain Yorkshire’s golden era.

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England's Ben Stokes is aiming to hone his one-day game in the IPL this year. Picture: Richard Sellers/PA

India v England: Ben Stokes hopes to feel benefit of spell in IPL

Ben Stokes is the latest England cricketer to set his heart on a spell in the Indian Premier League and believes the experience could help take him to the next level.

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HOLDING BACK: India's MS Dhoni. Picture: Martin Rickett/PA.

Former captain MS Dhoni vows to try and keep to his new role under Virat Kohli

Mahendra Singh Dhoni admits he will have to be careful over how much influence he exerts in the field against England after passing on the Indian one-day captaincy to Virat Kohli.

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Alex Lees: Yorkshire batsman getting some time in the middle with the Bay of Plenty.

Alex Lees furthers his education with playing trip to New Zealand

ALEX LEES is hoping that a two-month spell in the Bay of Plenty in New Zealand will lead to plenty of runs for Yorkshire next summer.

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Adil Rashid in action against India A in Mumbai (Picture: AP)

Shock defeat can serve as timely wake-up call, believes Jonny Bairstow

Jonny Bairstow deemed England’s heavy defeat by India A in Mumbai “a kick in the backside”, but nothing to fret about ahead of Sunday’s series opener in Pune.

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