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Published: Thu, September 07, 2017
Medical | By Garry George

England lock in Aussie, Indian home series

England lock in Aussie, Indian home series

A big cheer returned among the global lovers of West Indies and Test cricket when the Caribbean team defeated England in the second Test of their ongoing tour at Headingley, and among them was batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar, who messaged his friend and fellow legend Brian Lara expressing his happiness. 'But to be honest, I do try to put it to the back of my mind.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have confirmed England's schedule for the summer of 2018 as they will face four different nations in a span of three and a half months.

Root's England take on West Indies on Thursday in the deciding Test match - Chris Woakes has been dropped from the side with Toby Roland-Jones called up to play after impressing against South Africa.

When England came to India in 2016, Virat Kohli-led hosts won the five-Test series 4-0 to claim the Anthony De Mello Trophy.

He told incident that ha penned in the series against New Zealand in 1980.

He referred to the 1988 series against Pakistan and said that a string of poor umpiring decisions helped the team win the series which had the likes of Imran Khan and Abdul Qadir in top form.

England advertised last week for a new bowling coach and it would be unusual if Anderson was not consulted on a replacement given his vast experience, although he has firmly ruled himself out of the running for the job.

Cannon said: "Despite never having beaten England in an ODI, Scotland has every reason to feel as confident as ever, having beaten two ICC Full Members this season". They moved lethargic, slow.

"I was 12th man". We bowled, in one hour, seven overs. We were always careful to seek to project the image as (not only) being excellent performers, but also excellent sportsmen and ambassadors, and always showing the spirit that the West Indies is renowned for, in terms of its sportsmanship, its entertainment and its excellence on the field. "It was truly embarrassing", he said.

"There is a long long way to go (before he gets close to Tendulkar's record) but he is certainly a great batsman", said Holding.

Speaking about the India series, ECB Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison said: "A five-Test series against India is at the heart of next summer's worldwide programme".

He further said that he had received a text message from Indian legend and his contemporary, Sachin Tendulkar, who had hailed West Indies' recent triumph as "a success the entire world needed".

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