ENGLAND SKIPPER JOE ROOT BRACING FOR PINK BALL TEST AGAINST WEST INDIES.. AND OFF-COLOUR SLEDGING DURING WINTER'S ASHES

Thursday's first ever day-night Test on English soil is part of the build-up to the always mentally gruelling Australia trip

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