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Alastair Cook. (Getty)
Nasser Hussain has urged Alastair Cook to stand down as England skipper after a 95-run defeat by India condemned the side to its tenth winless Test.

England captain Alastair Cook. (Getty)
England captain Alastair Cook suffered yet another failure with the bat as Bhuvneshwar Kumar kept India on top in the second Test at Lord's.

James Anderson. (Getty)
James Anderson has been charged over an alleged confrontation with India's Ravindra Jadeja.

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