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Jonathan Trott

Jonathan Trott is an English cricketer.

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England to rely on 'specialists' in ODIs following Bell's century against Windies
England, who are aiming to become the best limited overs team in the world after conquering the Test front, would continue to play specialist players in their one-day team following Ian Bell's spectacular century against the West Indies in the first of the three one-day matches between them.

Too many matches can jeopardize Australia-England historic rivalry: Trott
Batsman Jonathan Trott has said that Australia and England's historic cricketing rivalry could be in jeopardy with too many one-day clashes taking the shine off traditional matches.

England names unchanged squad for Nottingham Test
England has named an unchanged 13-man squad for the second Test match against West Indies at Trent Bridge, starting on Friday.

'Experienced' Trott would like to captain England team in future
English cricketer Jonathan Trott has said that he would love to captain his side and take more responsibility in the England cricket team.

Legendary Denis Compton's grandson Nick takes inspiration from Eng batsman Trott
Legendary cricketer Denis Compton's grandson Nick Compton is taking inspiration from England's Test batsman Jonathan Trott, to make a name for himself.

Cook believes England top order batsmen 'back to their best'
England Test opener Alastair Cook believes his team's top order batsmen have finally regained their lost touch after recording their first Test win this year against Sri Lanka in Colombo.

Another loss against Sri Lanka will see England lose No.1 status
England's Test team is under tremendous pressure, as a win in Colombo at the venue of the first Test match played against Sri Lanka, will secure a share of the series, and help them retain No.1 status.

'Beleaguered' Strauss admits being under pressure due to lack of runs
England Test team captain Andrew Strauss has admitted he desperately needs to score some runs, but refused to discuss his future as the leader of the team.

Herath stars as Lanka thrashes England by 75 runs in Galle Test
Sri Lanka has beaten England by 75 runs in the first Test match at Galle, taking a 1-0 lead in the series.

Trott, Strauss score tons while Bell fails again in final warm up game
England batsman Jonathan Trott along with captain Andrew Strauss scored centuries in the final warm up game in Sri Lanka, but ominously for England, middle-order batsman Ian Bell once again failed to post a good score.

Jayawardene says Cook's batting has helped England reach top
Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene has admitted that England are certainly the best Test team in the world, but only when opening batsman Alastair Cook scores.

Pietersen, Trott and Broad escape unscathed from taxi incident
England's trio of Kevin Pietersen, Jonathan Trott and Stuart Broad escaped unhurt in a taxi drama that transpired when they went out for a short trip from their team hotel.

Ian Bell dropped from England ODI and Twenty20 squads
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has dropped Ian Bell from squads for one-day and Twenty20 series against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Anderson says England batsmen confident despite 'nerve-wracking' display in third Test
England bowler James Anderson has said there is no shortage of confidence among the batters despite another nervous display in the third and final Test against Pakistan being played here.

As Panesar feels good about comeback, England struggle against Pak spinners
England has made a cautious start in the second Test against Pakistan being played here, having lost the wicket of skipper Andrew Strauss (11) for 96 in reply to Pakistan's first innings total of 257.

England 'won't allow Ajmal's action to become an issue' ahead of second Test: Prior
England wicketkeeper Matt Prior has said that his side has decided not to discuss the controversy surrounding Pakistan -off spinner Saeed Ajmal's action, and added that the ICC will take a decision on it.

Trott tells teammates to find formula to tackle Ajmal's mystery spin
England batsman Jonathan Trott has asked his team-mates to find a way of coping with Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal's mystery deliveries.

Misbah-ul Haq says putting up big score by Pak 'key' for defeating England
Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul Haq has dubbed the upcoming series against England in the United Arab Emirates as extremely tough for his side and added that a huge score by his team will lay the roadmap for victory.

Pak cricket team manager vows to ensure 'controversy-free' England series
Pakistan's cricket team manager Naveed Akram Cheema has vowed to maintain a controversy- free environment for the forthcoming series against England in the United Arab Emirates.

England spinner Panesar included in squad for Test series against Pak
England spinner Monty Panesar has been included in the team for the three- match Test series against Pakistan between January and February 2012.

Oz bowling coach McDermott backs Mr. Reliability Siddle
Australia's bowling coach Craig McDermott couldn't be happier with Victorian speedster Peter Siddle, whose reputation as an honest workhorse among a pack of rising colts has others worrying about his place in the Test attack.

Dhoni, Trott share third spot in ICC ODI player rankings
Indian captain M.S. Dhoni and England batsman Jonathan Trott have jointly claimed the third spot in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) player rankings for batsmen.

Flower defends Trott's role in one-day side
England coach Andy Flower has defended Jonathan Trott's role in the one-day side.

Mithun replaces injured Yadav for remaining ODIs
Abhimanyu Mithun has been named as replacement for Umesh Yadav, who sustained an injury during the Mohali ODI against England, and has been ruled out of the remainder of the ODI series against England.

England team getting `right blend` of youth, experience: Jonathan Trott
England batsman Jonathan Trott has hailed the presence of a number of young batting stars in the team, but also underlined the importance of having a "correct blend" of youth and experience in the squad.

Explosive Jonny Bairstow can show Twenty20 vision against Windies
England cricket team coach Andy Flower and one-day skipper Alastair Cook believe that Jonny Bairstow, the son of ex-keeper David Bairstow, has made an explosive impact on the national scene, and could deliver effectively against the two Twenty20 internationals against West Indies tomorrow and on Sunday.

Dhoni jumps to sixth spot in ICC ODI rankings
India captain M.S. Dhoni has moved up the order in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Player Rankings for ODI batsmen after producing a player of the series performance in the recently-concluded five-match series against England.

England batsman Trott named ICC Cricketer of the Year
England batsman Jonathan Trott was on Monday named the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Cricketer of the Year for his achievements during 2011 when he compiled 1,042 runs at an average of 65.12 in 12 tests.

Players, administrators throng ICC cricket awards function in London
Cricketers and administrators from countries affiliated to the International Cricket Council (ICC) thronged to Grosvenor House in London, for the ICC's annual awards ceremony, on Monday.

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