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Flintoff sets sights on Ashes after bowling off full run in practice
Published on :8th June 2009
It may be too late to spare England further Twenty20 blushes but Andrew Flintoff was back bowling off his full run here yesterday, 31 days before the Ashes start at Cardiff.
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Flintoff ruled out of Twenty20 World Cup
Published on :28th May 2009
England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff was ruled out of next month's World Twenty20 tournament on Wednesday because he has not fully recovered from knee surgery.
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Flintoff will play in T20 World Cup: ECB
Published on :29th April 2009
England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is expected to be fit for June's World Twenty20 event after he underwent keyhole surgery on his right knee, the England and Wales Cricket (Board) said on Tuesday.
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Ravi Bopara eyes England recall in Andrew Flintoff's absence
Published on :28th April 2009
By the time Ravi Bopara walks out to open the innings for Kings XI Punjab against Mumbai Indians at Kingsmead tomorrow he will have a better idea of the selectors' plans for his future. England name their squad in the morning for next week's first Test against West Indies at Lord's
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Injury rules Flintoff out of IPL
Published on :25th April 2009
Andrew Flintoff f has been forced to return home from the IPL in order to undergo surgery on his right knee. Flintoff, 31, is due to fly home from South Africa for an operation on his right knee which doctors believe will sideline the all-rounder for three to five weeks.
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Flintoff is in IPL to prepare for T20 World Cup
Published on :18th April 2009
Injury-prone England all rounder Andrew Flintoff justified his decision to play the IPL instead of preserving himself for Ashes, saying it was crucial for him to improve Twenty20 skills ahead of the World Cup at home.
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Strauss, Flintoff want Flower to coach Eng
Published on :5th April 2009
England skipper Andrew Strauss believes Andy Flower should be handed the job of coach on a permanent basis with the formidable mission of reclaiming the Ashes this summer. Flower, the former Zimbabwe batsman, took over for the tour of the Caribbean after Peter Moores was dismissed in January
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Flintoff hat-trick seals historic series win
Published on :4th April 2009
England ended their ragged tour of the West Indies on a high on Friday when an Andrew Flintoff hat-trick helped them beat the hosts by 26 runs in a rain-shortened match to win the one-day series 3-2. Flintoff took five for 19 in his five overs, including the hat-trick in his final over,
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Flintoff and Pietersen cleared to play in England's one-day decider
Published on :31st March 2009
Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen have been given the go-ahead to rejoin England's one-day squad ahead of the final one-day international against West Indies. Both players stayed behind in Barbados yesterday to have further scans on injuries
Flintoff cleared to play against West Indies
Published on :25th March 2009
Andrew Flintoff is fit and ready to return for England in the third one-day international at Kensington Oval on Friday with the series standing at one match apiece. The all-rounder has been missing from the squad since the third Test in Antigua last month
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