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Australian Cricket Team In England In 1905
... The Australian cricket team in England in 1905 played 35 first-class matches including 5 Tests ... The England captain in all five Tests was Stanley Jackson ... England won the Test series 2-0 with 3 Tests drawn 1st Test (Trent Bridge) – England won by 213 runs 2nd Test (Lord's Cricket Ground) – match drawn ...
Stuart Broad - England Career - 2010 – Bangladesh, ICC World T20, Australia and Pakistan
... After South Africa, England toured Bangladesh, playing three ODIs and two Test matches ... England then travelled to the West Indies for the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 ... England won the tournament, beating Australia in the final ...
Arthur Bridgett - International Career
... Bridgett’s England call-up came on 1 April 1905 against Scotland, when England won 1–0 with a goal from Joseph Bache ... Bridgett was then part of the squad chosen for England’s first overseas tour in 1908, playing in all four matches against Austria, Hungary and Bohemia he scored in ... Home Championship matches against Ireland (4–0) and Wales (2–0) England won the tournament ...
Steven Finn (cricketer) - International Career - Youngest Englishman To 50 Test Wickets
... Finn toured South Africa with the England Under-16 squad in 2005 ... Under-19 ODIs against the Indian side that toured England in 2006, and in seven Under-19 ODIs in Malaysia in early 2007 ... In February and March 2010, he was part of the England Lions team to tour the United Arab Emirates, earning selection with a solid 2009 season of 53 wickets at 30.64 ...
Stuart Broad - England Career - Summer 2012
... was named Man of the Match the next day after England won by 5 wickets, in a chase of 191 ... followed the performance by taking four wickets in second test which England also won ... England won the following One Day series 2-0 with the third game being abandoned because of rain ...

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