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14 Aug 2012

Richards backs Proteas

Barry Richards reveals South Africa's upbeat mood ahead of their tour of England to Lord's TV, as well as his belief they will become the world's no.1 Test team at Lord's this week.

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12 Aug 2012

England drop Pietersen for Lord's

Jonny Bairstow has replaced Kevin Pietersen for England's must-win Test against South Africa at Lord's.

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10 Aug 2012

Saving the best for last

For the second time in three years, Lord's replaces traditional venue the Oval as the host of England's last Test of the summer. looks at the Home of Cricket's scheduling history.

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09 Aug 2012

A stand to name stands after

Modern Home of Cricket visitors recognise the names Compton and Edrich as the two stands at the Nursery End - but the cricketers they're named after had their greatest Lord's moment against South Africa in 1947.

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07 Aug 2012

Strong turnout for WCC

Debutants Michael Vaughan, Charlotte Edwards and Rod Marsh are among those attending the latest meeting of MCC's World Cricket committee meeting at Lord's.

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31 Jul 2012

Can England respond to 'humiliation'?

England need at least a draw to keep their hopes of avoiding series defeat alive, with the final Test against South Africa starting at Lord's on 16 August.

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29 Jul 2012

Uncapped Taylor in England squad

Nottinghamshire's uncapped batsman James Taylor has replaced Ravi Bopara in the England squad for the second Test against South Africa, at Headingley on Thursday.

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24 Jul 2012

Strauss: We can take 20 wickets

Andrew Strauss vowed England will fight back after their thumping defeat at the Oval - but Graeme Smith's South Africa are determined to take their number 1. spot.

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23 Jul 2012

Don Wilson dies, aged 74

Don Wilson, the former MCC Head Coach and England and Yorkshire spinner, has died in hospital in York, aged 74.

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16 Jul 2012

Rudolph pleased with SA build-up

South Africa are desperate for the first Test to start, despite a less than perfect preparation, says Jacques Rudolph.

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