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The speedster made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in 2007. Since then he has picked up 546 Test wickets that include 19 five-wicket hauls.
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England have a new MD of men's cricket, a new Test coach and captain but veterans James Anderson and Stuart Broad remain to spearhead – yet again – their attack on home soil - watch England vs New Zealand live on Sky Sports Cricket from 10am on Thursday.
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England cricket star Stuart Broad says he is 'devastated' after his pub in Upper Broughton, Nottinghamshire, was destroyed in a fire.
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England pacer Stuart Broad said he got a really good feeling about winning the Lord's Test against New Zealand at the end of day three.
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Broad was the co-owner of the pub, Tap & Run, along with former teammate Harry Gurney.
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England have named a 13-man squad for the first Test of the summer against New Zealand next month, with both James Anderson and Stuart Broad earning recalls.
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CRICKET ace Stuart Broad is “absolutely gutted” after a fire wrecked his country pub, his former teammate said.The England star, 35, has not.
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Stuart Broad. English cricketer (born 1986) · Ben Stokes. Cricketer (born 1991) · Kane Williamson. New Zealand cricketer · Marais Erasmus. South African cricket umpire · Devon Conway. South African cricketer.
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