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England’s winners and losers from an exciting summer of cricket

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The West Indies, Pakistan, Ireland and Australia have all joined England in their ‘bio-secure’ bubble.

England’s series-deciding defeat by Australia at Emirates Old Trafford provided a fitting finale for a condensed international campaign that has seen 18 matches across three formats squeezed into just over two months.

The West Indies, Pakistan, Ireland and Australia have all joined England in their ‘bio-secure’ bubble to lend the cricketing calendar an element of normality despite the lack of fans.

Here, the PA news agency looks at who fared best and worst over the summer.

Winners

Stuart Broad and James Anderson

Stuart Broad and James Anderson reached landmarks this summer
Stuart Broad and James Anderson reached landmarks this summer (Alastair Grant/PA)

Chris Woakes

Chris Woakes was impressive in all formats
Chris Woakes was impressive in all formats (Shaun Botterill/PA)

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Zak Crawley

Zak Crawley made a name for himself this summer
Zak Crawley made a name for himself this summer (Alastair Grant/PA)

Dawid Malan

Dawid Malan had a summer to remember
Dawid Malan had a summer to remember (Dan Mullan/PA)

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Losers

Joe Denly

Joe Denly lost his place in the Test team
Joe Denly lost his place in the Test team (Adrian Dennis/NMC Pool)

Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali missed the last two ODIs against Australia
Moeen Ali missed the last two ODIs against Australia (Jon Super/PA)

Mark Wood

Mark Wood missed a few games this summer
Mark Wood missed a few games this summer (Jon Super/PA)

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