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Last Updated: Friday, 30 May, 2003, 07:44 GMT 08:44 UK

England's Nasser Hussain Hussain calls for rethink
Nasser Hussain says England would benefit from having separate one-day and Test captains in the long term.

Nasser Hussain quit as captain after the World Cup England denied Cup cash
The ICC freeze 2.2m owed to England following their decision to boycott a World Cup match in Zimbabwe.

England to tour Bangladesh
England will play two Tests and three one-dayers in Bangladesh this winter.


MORE STORIES

South Africa confirm England trip
South Africa's cricket authorities give the go-ahead to this year's tour of England.

England in contract re-think
The ECB is to abandon plans to award summer contracts, following England's financially disastrous World Cup.

Trescothick targets lay-off
England opener Marcus Trescothick admits he needs a complete break from cricket after a gruelling winter.

Morgan: Threat was real
ECB chairman David Morgan says the ICC privately supported the security fears of England cricketers in Zimbabwe.


MATCH REPORTS

England lose out in thriller
Andy Bichel and Michael Bevan are Australia's heroes as they defeat England by two wickets.

Nehra rips through England
Ashish Nehra takes six wickets as India canter to victory by 82 runs against sorry England.

England thrash Pakistan
An inspired James Anderson spell leads England to a vital 112-run win over Pakistan.

England race to victory
England record an emphatic six-wicket win over Holland in their opening World Cup game.


ZIMBABWE BOYCOTT

England forfeit Zimbabwe points
Zimbabwe gain all four points as England's bid to move the World Cup tie from Harare fails.

Lamb defiant over Zimbabwe
ECB chief Tim Lamb says he will fight any law suit arising from England's refusal to play in Zimbabwe.

A never-ending farce
The issue of England's game with Zimbabwe has descended into farce.

World Cup crisis timeline
All the twists and turns of cricket's involvement in the Zimbabwe crisis.


OTHER NEWS AND FEATURES

Hussain quits one-day job
Nasser Hussain steps down as one-day captain after England's exit from the World Cup.

Out but not down
England may be out of the World Cup but the Barmy Army will still be partying.

Flintoff heroics in vain
England's loss to India overshadows Andrew Flintoff's career-best all-round performance.

Anderson's star shines bright
New England bowling sensation James Anderson can barely keep up with his astonishing progress.


PAUL COLLINGWOOD COLUMNS

No regrets about Zimbabwe
Paul Collingwood tells BBC Sport England's players are not sorry they boycotted their World Cup game in Zimbabwe.

Ready to face familiar foe
Paul Collingwood says England will not be concentrating solely on Sachin Tendulkar when they face India.

Morale running high
Paul Collingwood says the mood in the England dressing room is sky high after their defeat of Pakistan.

Every game crucial now
Paul Collingwood says England cannot afford any slip-ups against Holland after losing four points for the Zimbabwe game.



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