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PTI UK: England still Number One?

After Pakistan sealed a series whitewash in Dubai, can Andy Flower's men really claim to be the top side in Test cricket?

(01:47) | February 6, 2012



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PTI UK: Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss what's next for Roberto Mancini.

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PTI UK: Is David Moyes job to replace Sir Alex Ferguson impossible? Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss.

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Army teams remember Christmas Day Truce

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