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First Test preview: England v West Indies

The pink ball has dominated all the talk in the lead-up to the historic first day/night Test at Edgbaston between England and the West Indies.

Pitch Report: Edgbaston

Bowling first seems a solid bet however England have shown a reluctance to put the opposition in to bat in recent times, batting first in all three Tests against South Africa where they won the toss.

Mashrafe: Senior players must step up against Aussies

Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza expects their senior players to play vital roles if they are to topple Australia in the upcoming Test series.

Bairstow: Pink ball could have it's advantages

England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow believes playing with the pink ball in Test cricket will help the players in certain situations on the field.

Ambrose hoping Windies will compete in England

Legendary West Indies fast bowler Curtly Ambrose is hoping his nation can compete with England in the upcoming Test series but is not to optimistic about their chances.

Tantrum leaves Tamim in stitches

Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal was lucky to escape serious injury after he fell through a glass door in the dressing room.

Broad: England need to adapt on the fly

England fast bowler Stuart Broad feels that their ability to adapt to the pink ball in their first day/night Test against the West Indies will be key.

Chandimal laments worst ever series loss

Sri Lanka skipper Dinesh Chandimal has described the 3-0 whitewash his team suffered to India as the worst series loss of his career.

Cook and Miller give South Africa %u2018A' a firm foothold

Stephen Cook and David Miller shared a 138-run third-wicket partnership to help the South Africa A team to a solid 274/4 at stumps of Day One of the first four-day match in the two-match series at Tuks Oval in Pretoria on Saturday.

Dhawan keen to play his natural game

India opener Shikhar Dhawan said he wasn't too displeased with the way he got out after making a rapid hundred in the third Test against Sri Lanka.

Vaas calls for more assistance for quicks

Sri Lanka bowling coach Chaminda Vaas has called on the country to produce more seam-friendly pitches at first class level.
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