Flower in fine form

Andy Flower at the Paul Grayson Benefit Match,...

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Andy Flower arrived in Adelaide buoyed by a double sense of relief as England prepare for the start of the second Test.

The England coach had to miss two days of the drawn first Test in Brisbane to have a potentially cancerous mole taken off his upper right cheek, under local anaesthetic.

The 42-year-old returned to see England fight back after conceding a 221-run first-innings lead to Australia at the Gabba.

Full story: Sky Sports


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