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Previewing England’s Tour to Bangladesh

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We may have only just got to the end of the county cricket season, but England are soon to embark on their much talked about tour of Bangladesh. With security concerns, certain players making themselves unavailable for selection, a new ODI captain for the tour and continuing questions about England’s ability to play spin in the sub-continent especially with a long trip to India around the corner, the tour looks set to be must-see cricket. In this post, we preview the tour and discuss the key talking points.




They say records were made to be broken, or at least matched – in this feature Martin tells the story of a man behind a cricketing achievement that has stood alone for more than a century


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Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar arrives at the Oval in London with a pint of English beer, on April 28, 1992, before making his debut for the Yorshire team on April 30. (Photo credit should read THIERRY SALIOU/AFP/Getty Images)

A somewhat disingenuous title, doubtless calculated to attract interest from the sub-continent, doesn’t alter the fact that the background story of Sachin’s arrival at Headingley in 1992 is an interesting one