English Cricketing Culture Needs to Change

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Yesterday’s drama at Lord’s will allow for many narratives to take shape. The unlikely partnership between Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah at the end of India’s innings, the performances of India’s bowling unit as a whole, and the thrilling end to the match all make for entertaining talking points. But there is a less happy […] READ MORE


Book review: The Final Innings by Christopher Sanford

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The Summer of 1939 A short book review on The Final Innings by Christopher Sanford. Christopher Sanford’s wonderful book details the foreboding English cricket summer of 1939.The author makes use of unpublished memoirs and diary entries to describe the unfolding cricketing season of this most portentous of summers. Britain stood on the brink of war. […] READ MORE


England v Australia 1st T20I: Eoin Morgan’s Men Fightback To Win

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England Edge Australia In Thriller In 1st T20I England fought back superbly against Australia in the 1st T20I after staring defeat in the face for much of the encounter. Eoin Morgan’s side produced an incredible fightback to beat their Ashes enemies by two runs in an enthralling opening match at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton. Australia […] READ MORE



England Name Both T20 Squad And ODI Squad For Australia Series

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England Name T20 And ODI Squad To Face Australia England have named their white-ball squads for both the upcoming one-day and T20 series with the old enemy Australia. The series begins on Friday with the first T20 match at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton. The England Test captain Joe Root has been left out of the […] READ MORE






England v Pakistan Day Two: Zak Crawley Puts On A Show

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England v Pakistan – Zak Crawley Scores Mammoth 267 England are in complete control of the final Test of the summer against Pakistan thanks to Zak Crawley who struck a phenomenal 267, becoming the third-youngest English player to make a double century. Crawley’s knock saw him reach number 10 in the all-time highest scorer list for […] READ MORE