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Virat Kohli’s unbeaten 50 put India in a dominant position in Vizag. Photograph: Reuters/Danish Siddiqui

England fought back with bat and ball but were still bracing themselves for an improbable rearguard in the second Test as India took their lead to 298(...)

England’s Moeen Ali hits a boundary on his way to 108 during the first day of the fourth Test between England and Pakistan at the Oval. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

Until the late middle order hauled them out of it during the afternoon, England had dug themselves into the sort of hole that would have had the Harle(...)

England’s Joe Root was named man of the match in the second Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford. Photograph: PA

England overcame the injury-enforced absence of Ben Stokes to trounce Pakistan by 330 runs, with more than a day to spare, and level the Investec seri(...)

England’s Alex Hales leaves he field after being caught out from the bowling of Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir, during day three of the Second Investec Test match at Emirates Old Trafford. Photograph: PA

England assistant coach Paul Farbrace believes that the decision to bat again was the correct one and hopefully that will be proved with a win to leve(...)

England’s Jonny Bairstow celebrates after reaching his hundred in the Test match against Sri Lanka at Headingley in Leeds. Photograph: Getty Images

Jonny Bairstow’s second Test century, and two unstoppable spells from James Anderson, put England in total control against Sri Lanka at Headingley. T(...)

Google has said it is complying with British law. Photograph: PA Wire

The European Commission has said it will examine Google’s controversial settlement with British tax authorities, under which it agreed to pay £130 mil(...)

Captain Alistair Cook led the England fightback against South Africa at Centurion. Photograph: AFP

Captain Alastair Cook led England’s fourth Test fightback with his first half-century of the series after South Africa ran up 475 on day two in Centur(...)

Ben Stokes was 74* as England reached stumps on day one of the second Test against South Africa on 317-5. Photograph: Reuters

First Test Day one: England 317-5 (England win toss and bat first) Ben Stokes unleashed some powerful late hitting as England ended day one of the (...)

Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq plays a shot during the first day of the second Test against  England in Dubai. Photograph:  Getty Images

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq made an unbeaten century as the resurgent hosts reached 282-4 at close of the opening day of the second test against En(...)

Joe Root and Ian Bell leave the field after bad light cut England’s pursuit of the 99 needed to win the first Test against Pakistan short. Photograph: Getty

England fell 25 agonising runs short, and had to settle for a draw after all, when bad light halted their attempt to chase 99 for an improbable victor(...)

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