Andrew Flintoff helps out England in net session at the Gabba

• Former captain takes part in practice and talks to bowlers
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Peter Moores, the England coach, has confirmed he will be seeking the involvement of more former players in future after Andrew Flintoff joined the squad for practice at the Gabba before their second Tri-Series match against India.

Flintoff, hero of England’s 2005 Ashes series win, spent the afternoon with the team after flying in from Sydney, where he played for Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League on Saturday night.

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