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The England cricket team represents England and Wales in international cricket. Since 1997, it has been governed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), having been previously governed by Marylebone Cricket Club since 1903. England, as a founding nation, is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status. Until the 1990s, Scottish and Irish players also played for England as those countries were not yet ICC members in their own right.

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Chris Woakes explains how he is safely back in training [Video]

Chris Woakes explains how he is safely back in training

England all-rounder Chris Woakes explains how he is back in cricket training safely, with the coronavirus crisis meaning precautionary steps have to be taken to prevent transmission of the virus.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:12Published
England spinner Dom Bess on coping with anxiety during lockdown [Video]

England spinner Dom Bess on coping with anxiety during lockdown

England spinner Dom Bess revealed keeping on top of his fitness has proven a suitable distraction from the anxiety he felt when learning the country was going into lockdown because of the coronavirus..

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Return to cricket training deemed less risky than trip to shops [Video]

Return to cricket training deemed less risky than trip to shops

Director of cricket Ashley Giles explains how England cricketers returning to individual training, should be less risky than a trip to the supermarket. After assessing Government guidance the England..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:00Published
Nation helps celebrate 100th birthday of Captain Tom Moore [Video]

Nation helps celebrate 100th birthday of Captain Tom Moore

The Prime Minister, Michael Ball and former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan helped welcome Captain Tom Moore into the centenarian club. The Second World War veteran originally set out to walk..

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Chris Woakes: I want to be the first Englishman to defend a World Cup title [Video]

Chris Woakes: I want to be the first Englishman to defend a World Cup title

England cricketer Chris Woakes speaks about his desire to remain part of the England cricket team until at least 2023, in order to become one of the first English players to defend a World Cup title.

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Eoin Morgan: Cricket not at the forefront of minds during coronavirus lockdown [Video]

Eoin Morgan: Cricket not at the forefront of minds during coronavirus lockdown

EMB 18.00. England cricketer Eoin Morgan speaks to the press from his home via videolink during the UK-wide Covid-19 lockdown. The limited-overs team captain said that cricket was not at the forefront..

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England Tests could include coronavirus replacements

Coronavirus replacements could be allowed in England's summer Test series with West Indies and Pakistan.
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England cricket: Tests in July would be 'big achievement', says coach Rob Ahmun

Staging England Test matches in July would be a big achievement, says their Welsh strength and conditioning coach Rob Ahmun.
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More time needed before Hales can return, says England captain Morgan

Captain Eoin Morgan says it needs "more time" before Alex Hales returns to the England side, saying he could have "derailed" last year's World Cup bid.
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Alex Hales: England's Eoin Morgan says 'more time' needed before batsman can return

Captain Eoin Morgan says it needs "more time" before Alex Hales returns to the England side, saying he could have "derailed" last year's World Cup bid.
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'World Cup final tape will never be wiped' - ex-England coach Bayliss

Former England coach Trevor Bayliss says he recorded the World Cup final win over New Zealand and it will "never be wiped".
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Trevor Bayliss: Ex-England coach says World Cup final will 'never be wiped'

Former England coach Trevor Bayliss says he recorded the World Cup final win over New Zealand and it will "never be wiped".
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Awkward car rides & hiding a World Cup medal - Cross & Hartley on mental effects of life on sidelines

England bowlers Kate Cross and Alex Hartley discuss the mental health effects of life on the sidelines of international cricket.
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England bowlers to resume individual training from Thursday

Up to 18 bowlers will take part in staggered sessions across seven grounds from Thursday as the first England players to begin individual training.
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Kevin Pietersen & Paul Collingwood on England's 2010 World T20 win

How England emerged from nowhere to rule the Twenty20 world in 2010.
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Some anxieties over return, says England's Buttler

England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler says he feels some apprehension about leaving the coronavirus-enforced lockdown to return to action.
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Jos Buttler: England wicketkeeper admits to 'some anxieties' over return to action

England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler says he feels some apprehension about leaving the coronavirus-enforced lockdown to return to action.
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Jofra Archer: Play crowd noise at games behind closed doors

Crowd noise should be played at grounds if cricket returns behind closed doors, says England fast bowler Jofra Archer.
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Play 'oohs and aahs' crowd noise at games without fans - Archer

Crowd noise should be played at grounds if cricket returns behind closed doors, says England fast bowler Jofra Archer.
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Moeen Ali on England Test return and breaking down barriers

Moeen Ali tells the Doosra podcast he has only "two or three more years" left of playing top-level cricket for England.
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Ben Stokes: Cricket behind closed doors would not take away competitive edge

England cricketer Ben Stokes tells 5 Live Breakfast that playing cricket behind closed doors would not take away the competitive edge.
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Jason Roy: I still have hunger to regain England Test place

England batsman Jason Roy says he has not given up hope of playing Test cricket again.
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Captain Tom Moore receives England cricket cap from Michael Vaughan

Ex-England captain Michael Vaughan presents Captain Tom Moore with an England cricket cap to "make him an official member of the England team" on his 100th birthday.
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It would be right decision to postpone Hundred - Moeen

England all-rounder Moeen Ali believes it would be the right decision for the launch of The Hundred to be postponed.
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The Hundred: Moeen Ali says tournament should be postponed until 2021

England all-rounder Moeen Ali believes it would be the right decision for the launch of The Hundred to be postponed.
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ECB receives 'multiple offers' to host games abroad

The England and Wales Cricket Board has received "multiple offers" from other countries to help complete the domestic season.
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England v West Indies postponed as season delayed until 1 July

England's Test series against West Indies is postponed as the shutdown on professional cricket in England and Wales is extended until at least 1 July.
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Players should be tested before resumption - Woakes

England fast bowler Chris Woakes believes players would ideally be tested for coronavirus before returning to action.
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Adil Rashid: England leg-spinner would consider red-ball return at end of summer

England leg-spinner Adil Rashid says he would consider a return to red-ball cricket at the end of the summer.
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'I'd love to score a century at Lord's' - Sibley on his Test goals for England

Dom Sibley got his England Test career off and running with a century at Cape Town - but how long before he can impress again?
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England v West Indies series in June looking 'less and less likely'

The staging of England's home Tests against West Indies in June is looking "less and less likely", says director of cricket Ashley Giles.
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Ben Stokes: Wisden name England all-rounder leading cricketer in world

Ben Stokes becomes the first Englishman since 2005 to be named Wisden's leading cricketer in the world.
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Mark Wood column: Coronavirus, Tiger King & dancing

England bowler Mark Wood on strange challenges from team-mates, TV viewing habits and dancing in the garden.
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Mark Wood: England bowler says it was 'right thing' for players to make donation

Fast bowler Mark Wood says it was the “right thing” for England players to make a £500,000 donation to the ECB and selected good causes.
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Coronavirus: England men's and women's teams make contributions

The England men's cricket team make a donation while the women's team agree salary reductions amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
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Watching Australia documentary motivates me for Ashes - Root

England Test captain Joe Root says watching the documentary series about Australia has helped motivate him for next winter's Ashes.
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Joe Root: England captain motivated by Australia documentary series

England Test captain Joe Root says watching the documentary series about Australia has helped motivate him for next winter's Ashes.
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James Anderson on virtual bike races & bowling in the kitchen

England bowler James Anderson reveals which team-mate is quickest on the bike and how his daughters are helping him stay in shape.
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Stokes still preparing in case delayed IPL starts in mid-April

England all-rounder Ben Stokes says he is still preparing for a return to competitive cricket in the Indian Premier League next month.
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Hundred & T20 Blast 'may be only domestic cricket' - Stewart

The Hundred and the T20 Blast may be the only domestic competitions played this summer, says former England captain Alec Stewart.
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Coronavirus: James Anderson says he is 'anxious' about the virus' impact on cricket

England bowler James Anderson says he is feeling "a bit anxious" because of the impact coronavirus could have on his professional and personal life.
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England bowler Archer condemns racist abuse on social media

England bowler Jofra Archer condemns racist abuse on social media after posting a series of messages he has received.
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'The players' minds were elsewhere' - Root relieved Sri Lanka tour postponed

England captain Joe Root says fears over coronavirus were getting in the way of performance and cancelling a tour of Sri Lanka was correct.
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Coronavirus: England Test series in Sri Lanka called-off

England's Test series against Sri Lanka is called off because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Hundred: Trent Rockets captains confirmed as Nat Sciver and Lewis Gregory

England all-rounders Nat Sciver and Lewis Gregory will captain Trent Rockets in The Hundred.
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Ben Stokes: England all-round withdraws from Sri Lanka warm-up with abdominal problem

Ben Stokes withdraws from England's warm-up match in Sri Lanka to undergo abdominal tests - but it is not linked to any coronavirus concerns.
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England in Sri Lanka: Zak Crawley hits century in tour match

Zak Crawley makes 105 and Joe Root and Ollie Pope close in on centuries in England's final warm-up match before the Test series in Sri Lanka.
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England to begin World Cup title defence against Australia

England will begin the defence of their Women's World Cup title against T20 World Cup champions Australia in Auckland on 7 February 2021.
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Adil Rashid: Yorkshire and England spinner hopeful of red-ball return

Yorkshire and England spinner Adil Rashid is hopeful of a return to red-ball cricket but says his shoulder injury means he has "no idea" when that might be.
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England in Sri Lanka: Jos Buttler & Joe Root score fifties in warm-up

Jos Buttler scores 79 and Joe Root 78 as England make 316 on day one of their opening warm-up match in Sri Lanka.
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Jofra Archer: England fast bowler unlikely to play in IPL

England fast bowler Jofra Archer is unlikely to play in this year's Indian Premier League as he continues his recovery from an elbow injury.
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Jofra Archer: England bowler signs Sussex contract until end of 2022 season

England pace bowler Jofra Archer extends his contract with Sussex until the end of the 2022 season.
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