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Broad relishing Trent Bridge return
Stuart Broad is hoping to relive one of the finest moments of his career when England take on West Indies in the second Test at Trent Bridge.
Broad plays his county cricket at Nottinghamshire's ground and flourished in familiar surroundings last year when he took a hat-trick against India. The venue lit up as Broad removed Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Harbhajan Singh and Praveen Kumar with successive deliveries and, after taking 11 wickets at Lord's in the first Test, he is ready for more of the same.
"It was definitely one of the highlights of my career. I love playing at Trent Bridge. It's a fantastic ground, the home support is brilliant and looking back to last summer it was great to get the win," he said.
"We got the new ball when India were in a very strong position and when the sun is out Trent Bridge can can play very well for the batsmen.
"I remember Straussy said 'Let's go for broke. Let's try to hit the stumps. Don't worry too much about the runs because we need to make to make some breakthroughs'. Fortunately that worked me.
"I don't think it could have been much better. It was a Saturday evening about 5pm and the crowd was really lively. The atmosphere was incredible when I bowled Kumar for the hat-trick. It went wild.
"I have very fond memories of that."