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Dom Bess in ‘good place’ and feels ready to play Test cricket without pressure

England bowler Dom Bess is excited to have another opportunity to face India but has insisted he will not put pressure on himself during the upcoming Test series. The Yorkshire spinner was included in a 17-man squad earlier this month for the first two matches of the five-Test series against a side which beat Joe Root’s men 3-1 back at the start of the year in the sub-continent.
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County Championship: Dom Bess takes career-best seven-for as Yorkshire edge ahead of Northants

The off-spinner, who will be targeting a Test recall when England play India next month, finished with 7-43 to restrict the home side to 170 in their first innings. That left Yorkshire with a minimal first-innings deficit of 12, while PCA Player of the Month Harry Brook's unbeaten 76, his highest red-ball score of the campaign, then steered them to 159-6 at stumps and an overall lead of 147.
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England v New Zealand: Hosts recall Dom Bess for second Test at Edgbaston

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Eng vs NZ: Hosts add Dom Bess to their squad

London [UK], June 7 (ANI): The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Monday confirmed that Dominic Bess has been added to the team squad for the upcoming second Test against New Zealand. "Welcome back @DomBess99! Bessy has been added to our squad ahead of the second match of the...
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England spinner Dom Bess takes six wickets as Yorkshire beat Sussex in County Championship

England spinner Dom Bess took the match-winning wicket as his 6-53 bowled Yorkshire to a 48-run win over Sussex in the LV= County Championship on the final morning at Hove. The 23-year-old had taken five wickets on day three as Sussex slumped to 136-6 chasing 235 for victory and he returned on Sunday morning to dismiss Henry Crocombe as the hosts were dismissed for 186 in 69.5 overs.
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Dom Bess has spoken to Joe Root about England winter tours

Spinner Dom Bess says he has spoken to England Test captain Joe Root about how he was managed during the winter, but sees "only massive positives" from the tours of Sri Lanka and India. Moeen Ali was preferred to Bess for the second Test in India, despite being set to...
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Dom Bess determined to prove England worth after India struggles

Dom Bess admits he struggled to cope with being dropped by England during their tour of India but is already treating the experience as a stepping stone to the long and successful Test career he craves. Bess started 2021 as a key member of a winning side, taking 12 wickets...
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England’s Dom Bess horribly exposed as good fortune runs out in India

Tea-time on day two, and the match is in the balance. India are 153 for six, 52 runs behind, with Rishabh Pant at one end and Washington Sundar the other. England are one wicket away from the tail, and four cheap ones from a lead. So Joe Root decides to open the bowling in the evening session with Dom Bess. It is a show of faith.
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Dom Bess backed to bounce back after disappointing bowling display

Jeetan Patel has urged Dom Bess to bounce back after a chastening return for the off-spinner compounded a tough day two for England in Ahmedabad. India hold an 89-lead in the fourth Test, closing out Friday on 294 for seven thanks to a brilliant century from Rishabh Pant. It was an innings that wrestled back the control England were seized early on, primarily through James Anderson, Ben Stokes and Jack Leach. The trio picked up two wickets each after the hosts resumed on 24 for one.
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England accused of throwing Dom Bess ‘under the bus’

Former England bowler Steve Harmison claimed Dom Bess had been “chucked under the bus” after his struggles with the ball helped India turn the tide on day two of the fourth Test. The game was finely balanced with the hosts 146 for six in response to 205, but a stunning...
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