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Alastair Cook Says England Suspected Australian Ball-tampering at Perth

/ 26 April 2018
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England captain Alastair Cook had a torrid tour to India, both as a batsman and also as a skipper.

Former England captain Alastair Cook has admitted that the England team was suspicious of the Australians tampering with the ball in the Ashes 2017-18. Both Steven Smith and David Warner along with opening batsman Cameron Bancroft

Ian Bell Backs Alastair Cook to Come Good in Upcoming County Championship

/ 10 April 2018
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Ian Bell has backed Alastair Cook to come out good in the County Championships. Image Courtesy: Getty Images

Out of favour English batsman, Ian Bell has backed under-performing batsman Alastair Cook to come good in the county championship. The championship is scheduled to be played in a month’s time. Bell further added there

There are Chances Available in the County Championship – Trevor Bayliss

/ 05 April 2018
Trevor Bayliss

Trevor Bayliss says those who would perform in the county would be picked. Image Courtesy: Getty Images

English coach Trevor Bayliss has issued a plea to the batsmen in England’s County Championship to stand up and raise their performances to get selected ahead of England’s home season. England was blown away by Australia

NZ vs ENG, 2018: Graham Thorpe throws support for out of form Alastair Cook

/ 01 April 2018
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England batting coach Graham Thorpe backs his ward Alastair Cook. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Batting coach of England, Graham Thorpe feels Alastair Cook still has the appetite for Test cricket despite being out-of-form on New Zealand shores. The southpaw Cook got out at 14  during day three of the second Test at

SA vs AUS, 2018: Alastair Cook reacts after ball-tampering saga in Cape Town

/ 25 March 2018
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Alastair Cook speaks about the ball-tampering. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Former England skipper Alastair Cook termed it ‘sad’ for gentleman’s game. He recorded his statement after witnessing Australian skipper and opener batsman Cameron Bancroft admitting of tampering the ball. “You live and die by the sword,” Cook

Ashes: Cook’s double ton guides England to 164-run lead on Day 3

/ 28 December 2017

Melbourne, Dec 28: Opener Alastair Cook remained unbeaten on 244 as England scored 491/9, taking a 164-run lead against Australia at stumps on the third day of the fourth Ashes Test match at the Melbourne Cricket

Ashes 2017/18, 2nd Test, Australia vs England – Match Prediction

/ 01 December 2017

Before the start of the Ashes hosts, Australia were the hot favourites to reclaim the urn given they were playing in their familiar conditions and adding that several injuries pegged England before the start of

Joe Root Confident of Moeen Ali Taking the Field in the 2nd Test in Adelaide

/ 01 December 2017

Hosts Australia put their act together and outclassed England in the 1st Ashes Test at the Gabba in Brisbane. England will be looking forward to making a comeback, but the injury issues which have pegged

Ashes 2017-18: Alastair Cook Works Hard in Nets to Return to Form

/ 29 November 2017
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In 268 Test innings, Cook scored 11,638 runs at an average of 46. Photo Credit: Aap.

As the Adelaide temperature rose to the maximum of over 39-degree centigrade on Wednesday (November 29), England opener toiled hard under the sweltering heat – to work on his batting before going to face hosts

Six Batsmen With Most Test Centuries Post Steve Smith’s Debut

/ 26 November 2017

The modern-day batsman has taken the game to a whole new level with their strokeplay and even in the longest format of the game, the modern day batsmen doesn’t shy away from playing their shots