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Englands coach, Trevor Bayliss, has said that his players will not back down in the event of further confrontations, following Jos Buttlers heated argument with Bangladeshs fielders during the second ODI on Sunday.Buttler was reprimanded by the ICC match referee, Javagal Srinath, while two Bangladeshis - the captain Mashrafe Mortaza and Sabbir Rahman - were fined 20 percent of their match fee for using language, actions or gestures which ... could provoke an aggressive reaction, following Buttlers dismissal in Englands 34-run defeat at Dhaka.Tempers remained frayed after the match, with Ben Stokes tweeting his displeasure that one of the Bangladeshi fielders - reportedly Tamim Iqbal - had bumped shoulders with Jonny Bairstow during the post-match handshakes.While Bayliss said he did not encourage such behaviour from his players, he added that England would not be changing their ways ahead of the series decider in Chittagong on Wednesday - and added that the ICC sanctions were a good indication of where the blame lay for Sundays scenes.Dont forget there are always two teams in this type of argument and some of the teams around the world are not quite as pristine as they might like to make out, he said. We are not going to back down from anything and certainly we have some characters in the team who will not back down.I havent read the match referees report but they were fined and Jos was warned for retaliating and that in itself tells a bit of a story. I think Jos wearing the captains hat was not going to take it lying down. He got a slap on the wrist and I am sure he will be doing his best to stay out of trouble in the future.The sight of Buttler losing his cool was notable in itself. Despite his raw power as a cricketer, he is one of the more softly spoken members of the England team. However, Bayliss was not unhappy that a steelier side of his character had been revealed to his team-mates.Since I have been here it is the first time Jos has been warned and his role is a little different to what it has been in the past, Bayliss said. I think he has every right as captain to back his players up.You only have to watch some of our pre-match football matches to see the passion he has got. I have no qualms about the passion he shows. He has to be a little more careful about how he reacts, [but] he gets respect for that as well from the rest of the guys. It is a case of just watching what he says and the way he reacts to that.The teams arrived in Chittagong today having flown in the same plane - and sat across the aisle from one another - and with the series tied at 1-1 following Englands dramatic fightback in the opening contest, there will be no shortage of incentive for either side to land the knockout blow. Bayliss, however, urged his players to focus their aggression, especially given the anticipated passion in the stands.I think when playing in the subcontinent, with the crowds and the heat and that type of thing, some of these things can get out of proportion a little bit, he said. We have got to be on the look-out to make sure it does not distract us from the way we want to play the game, and concentrating on what we do. We have spoken about it before, when the Pakistan series started, and there will probably be a reminder from the coach leading into the third game.Reflecting on Sundays loss, Bayliss admitted that England had shown a little bit of inexperience, particularly with the bat, but added: The lesson from both games is that Bangladesh are no pushover. They have a very good team, a very good bowling attack playing in home conditions. A number of the teams have found out over the last 12-18 months they are no push-over. A lot of teams will be reassessing how they approach matches against Bangladesh in the future. Dennis Johnson Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. Pete Cross Jersey . Vettel was 0.168 seconds faster than Red Bull teammate Mark Webber around the Suzuka circuit. Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg was two tenths of a second off Vettel. 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The whole book became more expressive, more characterful and more fun.I joined the Almanacks obituaries team before I started full-time for the Almanack itself. In 2004 I was still Cricinfos editor, and Matthew asked me to help out when I could. I was lucky that an alphabetical accident meant my first obituary was a memorable one.Anthony Ainley wasnt a first-class cricketer but an actor who won fame as The Master, the evil nemesis of Doctor Who. I knew he was a keen club cricketer, as Id played against him. I knew he batted in what looked like flying goggles, to protect his eyes for screen close-ups. And I knew - because hed done it to me - that if he felt tied down at the crease he would leap out, Trumper-like, with bat behind ear, and try to scythe you through covers. At one of our encounters hed had a tiff with a highly strung thespian team-mate and sloped off to take tea in his car. Gentle probing established that the argument wasnt to blame - he often did this, as he hated cheese, the ever-present staple of club teas, and brought his own food.My club had an enthusiastic chronicler at the time, who would drop off match reports to the local paper on his way home. His words of wisdom on this particular game obviously excited the sports desk, as the headline for our match report exclaimed that Inter-Galactic Terror had been visited upon Surrey.Don Bradman (1908-2001) Probably my most memorable obituary - or appreciation - came in 2001. We were setting up Wisden.com (which later merged with Cricinfo), and were coming to terms with the 24-hour nature of the beast. Late one cold February evening I received a phone call: Have you heard? Don Bradman has died.I hadnt heard. And there wasnt much time to reflect: the news, and an appraisal of the Don, had to go up online pronto. It was pushing midnight, but the words seemed to flow, and about half an hour later I pressed the button. Satisfyingly, my verdict was out there. Not long afterwards, the editor of a sumptuous Bradman tribute volume asked whether he could include it. The piece duly appeared in there, opposite another appreciation by Australias prime minister, John Howard - which, I suspect, impressed the Aussie half of my family more than anything else Ive ever done.Nigel Bennett (1912-2008) At the Almanack we dont often have the pressure of time; with the book out like clockwork every April, theres usually a reasonable period to work on those who passed away the previous year - although the sad demise oof Tony Greig on December 29 a couple of years ago ruffled the teams calm a little.ddddddddddddBut perhaps theres a drawback in not preparing anything beforehand: manys the time Ive fervently wished I had spoken to the player before he took his leave, to discover more about an obviously interesting life. One such was Nigel Bennett, the man who was appointed captain of Surrey by mistake. When he died in 2008 we consulted Alec Bedser, who just nodded and termed it the cock-up.It seems that not long after Surrey decided to appoint a Major Leo Bennett as their first post-war skipper in 1946, Major Nigel Bennett popped in to renew his subscription. Someone in the office totted up two and two and made five, and Major Nigel was duly asked to take over as captain. This peculiar story was neatly embellished when Matthew Engel discovered that the players decided they could put up with Bennett once they clapped eyes on his wife, who was a real cracker.Michael Mence (1944-2014) There arent many advantages to getting older, but I suppose its a help to obituary-writers: youre more likely to have seen the player concerned. One such, who duly appeared in the 2015 Almanack, was Michael Mence, who I met several times when I worked at Lords after leaving school.Mence was an old-fashioned amateur who played hard and partied harder. I remember one morning bumping into my boss, Lieutenant-Colonel John Stephenson, and thinking he looked less dapper than usual following the previous nights committee meeting. I must have raised an eyebrow because he winced: I know. Mence. Never again. Mence had been a precocious schoolboy cricketer but played for Warwickshire and Gloucestershire without a great deal of success. He had more luck in Minor Counties cricket for Berkshire, and was also an MCC regular, especially enjoying their annual matches against Ireland and Scotland. And he was, according to MCCs annual report, probably the last player to appear at Lords sporting a cravat - a titbit I wish Id known before finishing the obituary. Somewhat spookily Mence passed away three days after his father (who also played for Berkshire) died in the same hospice on the Isle of Wight.Don Wilson (1937-2012) Someone else I knew well from my time at Lords was Don Wilson, the Yorkshire and England slow left-armer who later became MCCs head coach. He was interesting (and occasionally infuriating) to work with, a fund of funny stories and far-fetched excuses for why he hadnt quite managed to do what hed been asked.But most of the time he was riotous company, so I was sad when I heard he had succumbed to emphysema in 2012. And, after a week in which very little seemed to have been written about him, I jotted down some memories of Wils, which seemed to go down well. ' ' '

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