Competition: Win Andrew Strauss' autobiography

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Cricket365 are giving away two copies of former England captain Andrew Strauss' autobiography – Driving Ambition.

Cricket365 are giving away two copies of former England captain Andrew Strauss' autobiography – Driving Ambition.

<b>To win, simply leave the name of who you think will top the run-scoring charts (an Englishman or Sri Lankan) at the conclusion of the ongoing two-match Test series. Use the Facebook comments tool at the bottom of this competition.</b>

Sam Robson and Mahela Jayawardene <a href='http://www.paddypower.com/bet/cricket/cricket-test-matches/England-V-Sri-Lanka-7084246.html' target='_blank' class='instorylink'><b>are each at 4/1 to score the most runs in the series</b></a> and you're welcome to back one of the two for the same.

Ian Bell, Kumar Sangakkara – the options are plenty. You're allowed to pick the same cricketer as other entries before you, in which case the final decision will see names drawn out of a hat. Winners will be announced at the end of the first Test at Lord's.

'Andrew Strauss, one of the most successful and respected England cricket captains of the modern era, announced his retirement from professional cricket at the end of 2012. In Driving Ambition he gives a candid account of the highs and lows of his remarkable career for Middlesex and England. An outstanding opening batsman and natural leader, Andrew Strauss captained his country in 50 of his 100 Tests.

'During his time in charge, England emerged from a turbulent and controversial period to become the world's top team. This is an honest and entertaining story of a quiet, modest but fiercely ambitious man who became a magnificent man-manager, leading England to victory in the 2009 Ashes series and again in Australia the following year. Strauss is a fine raconteur and this revealing autobiography will appeal to all those who love cricket.'

Strauss will be on commentary duty during the series, which <a href='http://www.paddypower.com/bet/cricket' target='_blank' class='instorylink'><b>England are at 2/1 to win</b></a>.

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