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The mood in England camp is fantastic: Alastair Cook
Indian Express

The mood in England camp is fantastic: Alastair Cook

Alastair Cook hoped that the top-order will perform in the Edgbaston Test. (Source: Reuters) England has moved on from the second-Test, 405-run defeat and its top order can start performing again, captain Alastair Cook said ahead of the third Ashes ... Indian Express, 15 hours ago
Alastair Cook wants top order change Economic Times, 1 week ago
Collapses concern Cook after rout Gulf Times, 1 week ago
Odisha Samaya

Cook backs Bell to fire on home turf

England captain Alastair Cook backed Ian Bell to return to form following the veteran batsman's promotion to No3 for the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston. Bell, England's most experienced batsman, has struggled for runs during the Ashes thus far with ...
 Hong Kong Standard1 day ago Bell is Delighted to be back at no.3: Alastair Cook  Odisha Samaya1 day ago Cook backs Bell at No 3  News241 day ago The Ashes 2015: Alastair Cook Backs Ian Bell to Come Good at Number Three  NDTV1 day ago
Sky Sports

Edgbaston crowd can be England's 12th man: Alastair Cook

3 Min ago "We are 1-1 in an Ashes series coming to Edgbaston, a fantastic ground where we know that if we play good cricket the crowd will get behind us," said captain Cook. Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter Viewed 4 times SHARE THIS ...
 India Online.in1 day ago Cook 'can't wait' for Edgbaston  Sky Sports1 day ago Edgbaston fans could give England the edge - Cook  Yahoo! Maktoob News9 hours ago Cricket-Special Edgbaston crowd can be our 12th man, says Cook  Reuters1 day ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Ashes 2015: More batting woes for Clarke as Australia lose three before lunch

Alastair Cook came into the third Ashes Test desperate to avoid another 3-30 start. Presumably that did not extend to inflicting it on the opposition, as they did on the opening morning at Edgbaston. David Warner, Steve Smith and, most concerningly ...
 Sydney Morning Herald10 hours ago More batting woes for Clarke as Aussies slump  Melbourne Age8 hours ago England on top after Australia dismissed for 136 at Edgbaston  ABC Online3 hours ago Ashes 2015: Unchanged Australia bat first at Edgbaston as Clarke wins toss  Melbourne Age11 hours ago

Adam Voges takes freakish catch to dismiss Cook

Adam Voges takes one of the most freakish catches ever taken to dismiss Alastair Cook on 34 during the Third hours ago Watch: Voges accidental stunner hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Finn ready for Ashes test recall

England are to turn to the previously "unselectable" Steven Finn for the pivotal third Ashes test as Alastair Cook, the captain, looks to bury the memory of a Lord's defeat he described as a disastrous performance. Finn is poised to play in his ...
 The Press NZ21 hours ago Ashes 2015: Outcast Steven Finn ready for Test recall  Sydney Morning Herald23 hours ago Outcast Finn Ready for Test Recall After Two Years of Torment  New Indian Express19 hours ago Outcast Finn ready for Test recall  Melbourne Age22 hours ago

Cook hails Bairstow improvement

Alastair Cook believes the recalled Jonny Bairstow is "unrecognisable" as a batsman from the last time he played Test cricket. England have sought to address the frailties exposed by Mitchell Johnson and his Australia pace colleagues at Lord's, by ... hours ago Cook backing for 'unrecognisable' Bairstow  ESPN Cricinfo1 day ago

Cook demands spirit of 2005 win

England will invoke the spirit of 2005 today, with Alastair Cook determined to take the attack to Australia on the Edgbaston ground where they have their greatest success rate and where support for them is usually at its most fervent. If England ...
 IOL14 hours ago

'We were poor at Lord's but can turn it round at Edgbaston'

England's Alastair Cook (left) and Ian Bell take a break during a training session. Photograph: Philip Brown Livepic/Action Images via Reuters Struggling England batsman Ian Bell is backing himself to come good at number three in this week's third Ashes Test against Australia at Edgbaston. The 33-year-old, under pressure for his place after a poor run of form, will move up the order in place of the axed Gary Ballance on his home ground. "For me it's about performing," Bell told BBC Sport.
 Rediff.com1 day ago Berry: Edgbaston crowd must fire up batsman Ian Bell to relaunch career in style  Unlimited Magazine22 hours ago Bell hopes promotion to No. 3 spot will spur his Ashes turnaround  Gulf Times2 days ago Edgbaston Test stirs 2005 Ashes memories  Qatar Peninsula1 day ago

The Ashes: Australia win toss and will bat first in third test at Edgbaston

GARETH COPLEY/ England captain Alastair Cook tosses the coin alongside Australian captain Michael Clarke ahead of day one of the third Ashes test. Australia will bat first in the third Ashes test at Edgbaston after Michael Clarke was ... hours ago Australia win toss, bat first  Dominion Post11 hours ago 'Cook is not as forward thinking as Clarke would be as a captain'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago England opt to bat against Australia in Ashes opener  Sify3 weeks ago
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