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Skerries’ Eoin Morgan and his teammate Joe Root celebrate their victory against Australia at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Photograph: Getty Images

England’s passage to the World Cup final was faintly ridiculous. Semi-finals are supposed to be gritty affairs with runs dourly chiselled out in a des(...)

England’s Jonny Bairstow celebrates reaching his century during the Cricket World Cup match against India at Edgbaston. Photograph:  David Davies/PA Wire

At Edgbaston: England 337-7 (50 ovs) (J Bairstow 111, B Stokes 79, J Roy 66,; M Shami 5-69), India 306-5 (50 ovs) (R Sharma 102, V Kohli 66). England (...)

Pat Cummins takes a catch off the bowling of Mitchell Starc to dismiss England captain Eoin Morgan. Photograph:  Michael Steele/Getty Images

Now the England camp might acknowledge a little nervousness about their position. After a comprehensive 64-run defeat, in which Australia dominated fr(...)

Eoin Morgan hit a world record 17 sixes as England made 397-6 against Afghanistan. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA

England 397-6 off 50 overs (E Morgan 148, J Bairstow 90, J Root 88, G Naib 3-68, D Zadran 3-85) beat Afghanistan 247-8 off 50 overs (H Shahidi 76, R S(...)

Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir celebrates taking the wicket of England’s Jos Buttler. Photograph: Simon Cooper/PA

Pakistan 348-8 (50 ovs )(M Hafeez 88, B Azam 63, A Ahmed 55; M Ali 3-50) beat England 334-9 (50 ovs) (J Root 107, J Buttler 103; W Riaz 3-82) by 14 ru(...)

Ireland’s Kevin O’Brien congratulates England’s Tom Curran as England’s Ben Foakes commiserates Ireland’s wicket keeper Gary Wilson and Andrew McBrine after the One Day International match at Malahide Cricket Club, Dublin. Photograph: PA

First One Day International Dublin Ireland 198 (L E Plunkett 4-35) v England 199-6 (B T Foakes 61 no, J Little 4-45) England beat Ireland by 4 wkts E(...)

Stuart Broad took three wickets as the West Indies took control of the second Test against England. Photograph: Randy Brooks/AFP/Getty

West Indies 272 - 6 (111.0 overs - KC Braithwaite 49, JD Campbell 47, SD Hope 44, SCJ Broad 3-42, lead England 187 all out (61.0 overs - (M M Ali 60, (...)

England’s Ben Stokes reacts after being hit on the hand during the first day of the second Test between West Indies and England at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in St John’s, Antigua. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

2nd Test, day one: England 187 (Moeen Ali 60, J Bairstow 52, B Foakes 35; K Roach 4-30, S Gabriel 3-45, A Joseph 2-38), West Indies 30-0. There was a(...)

England batsman Joe Root is caught and bowled by Sri Lanka bowler Malinda Pushpakumara during day three of the third Test match  at Sinhalese Sports Club  in Colombo. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Day 3 close: England 336 & 230 lead Sri Lanka 240 & 53-4 by 274 runs In their sights is England’s first overseas whitewash in a three-match s(...)

England’s Moeen Ali celebrates the dismissal of Sri Lanka’s captain Suranga Lakmal. Photograph: Ishara S Kodikara/AFP/Getty

England 290 & 346 all out (80.4 overs) beat Sri Lanka 336 & 243 all out (74.0 overs) by 57 runs. The mercurial Moeen Ali, world-class all-rou(...)

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