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Sun 30 Dec 2012
00:09:37
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England batsman Ian Bell accepts his form in the "brutal environment" of Test cricket hasn't been good enough lately.
I can cope with move to No 3 - Bell
Struggling England batsman Ian Bell is backing himself to come good at number three in this week's third Ashes Test against Australia.
England aim to overcome Mitch hitch
Joe Root is confident England's latest collapse against an Australia pace attack led by Mitchell Johnson won't still haunt them at Edgbaston.
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Australia's opening batsman Chris Rogers has survived a stiff examination from his bowling team-mates in the nets.
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Sports Poll

After his issues with concussion and the short ball, do you think Chris Rogers should play in the 3rd Ashes test?
If he has recovered, absolutely. Get back on that horse!
Nope, I think this is a career-ending flaw in his technique