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England tour of Australia schedule: Key dates and venues as Eddie Jones' side face Wallabies

England tour of Australia schedule: Key dates and venues as Eddie Jones' side face Wallabies

England will tour Australia this summer for the first time in six years as they look to put their disappointing Six Nations campaign behind them. Despite a positive start to the 2021/22 season, including three successive Test wins over Tonga, Australia and top-ranked side South Africa, inconsistency in the Six Nations cost them at the start of 2022.

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What is the highest ODI cricket score of all time? Jos Buttler inspires England to record total against the Netherlands

What is the highest ODI cricket score of all time? Jos Buttler inspires England to record total against the Netherlands

England put the Netherlands attack to the sword as they smashed a remarkable 498/4 in the first one-day international in Amstelveen. Phil Salt, Dawid Malan and Jos Buttler all plundered centuries after home captain Pieter Seelaar won the toss and opted to field.

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Joe Root resigns from England Test captaincy after back-to-back series defeats

Joe Root resigns from England Test captaincy after back-to-back series defeats

Joe Root has announced his resignation from the England Test captaincy after five years in the role. The 31-year-old revealed he was stepping down on Friday in a detailed statement, with a replacement yet to be announced.

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Why Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford were dropped from England squad for March friendlies

Why Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford were dropped from England squad for March friendlies

Gareth Southgate has named his latest England squad for friendlies against Switzerland and Ivory Coast this month, both at Wembley. Marc Guehi is a surprise addition to the usual names; the Crystal Palace defender is set to earn his first senior cap.

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England's 20-0 demolition of Latvia exposes women's football problems that UEFA & FIFA must solve

England's 20-0 demolition of Latvia exposes women's football problems that UEFA & FIFA must solve

“Women’s football is a joke,” read one tweet. “A complete farce,” read another. After England beat Latvia 20-0 on Tuesday night, there were heaps more just like these. It was the biggest ever win in a Women’s World Cup qualification game, breaking a record set just days earlier by Belgium, who defeated Armenia 19-0.

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