Mark Wood: England Cricket’s Ideal Replacement For Liam Plunkett?

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Just how quickly do Mark Wood and his 90mph thunderbolts strike? You will have to be living under a rock if you are unaware of Mark Wood. Possibly the quickest English pacer. A man who constantly can clock over 90mph, could he be the solution to England’s Plunkett problem? Also, Read – Picking England’s All-Time […] READ MORE


Kevin Pietersen – Remembering the 158 vs Australia at The Oval in the 2005 Ashes

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Kevin Pietersen, 158, vs Australia, 2005 Ashes Just how valuable is Kevin Pietersen and the 158 he scored vs Australia in 2005? The birth of a great team is often traced to a single player. Their legacy might be tough-as-nails leadership or the nurturing of talent. For the England side of 2008-2013, however, that legacy […] READ MORE


England’s 2005 Ashes Winners: Where Are They Now?

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England’s 2005 Ashes Winners – Where Now? Ever wondered what the old England Cricketers do after they retire? England’s 2005 Ashes winners, where are they now? Ian Bell ended a 21-year first-class career this week, when the top-order batsmen decided to hang up his boots and with it his iconic cover drive. Bell went out […] READ MORE


Who Is England’s Best All-Rounder Of All-Time?

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Selecting England’s Best All-Rounder Ever Who is England’s best all-rounder of all time? What is an all-rounder? The term all-rounder describes a cricketer who can offer their team both batting and bowling services.  Theoretically, a perfect all-rounder would be able to make a team either as a batter or a bowler. In reality, however, there […] READ MORE



Ranking Kevin Pietersen’s Best Test Match Innings For England Cricket

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Kevin Pietersen’s Eight Of The Best Test Match Innings Kevin Pietersen, when onsong, was something else. KP, could destroy an opposition batting line-up in a session. He loved pressure situations and in an 8-year international career; he played some brilliant knocks. Kevin Pietersen’s status as an all-time great was assured when retired as England’s second […] READ MORE


Sir Don Bradman – Revisiting the 254 vs England at Lords in the 1930 Ashes

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Don Bradman, 254, vs England, 1930 Ashes Every great batter has that one innings. Not their highest score or their most stylish knock but their most faultless performance. For Don Bradman, born 112 years ago today, that performance was an innings of 254 vs England at Lord’s in the second Test of the 1930 Ashes. […] READ MORE


The Top 5 Best Bowling Attacks of All-Time In Test Match Cricket

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The Top 5 Best Bowling Attacks of All-Time An excellent bowling attack is crucial to the success of any test match team. Taking 20 wickets is the only way that you can win a test match. It is therefore no coincidence, that some of the greatest test teams ever, have possessed some of the best […] READ MORE


The Importance of Jofra Archer and Mark Wood to England Cricket

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Jofra Archer & Mark Wood – England’s Future? “Archer has come up trumps!” Those were the exact words blurted by a desolate Ian Smith, after Jofra Archer had just won the Cricket World Cup for England in 2019, after a thrilling super over. In fairness both Jofra Archer and Mark Wood had been superb for […] READ MORE


Best Test Match Openers Of All-Time Post 2000 – Top 5 Batsmen

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Analysing The Best Test Match Openers Test match opening batsmen are absolutely vital to any team. Just ask Alastair Cook how he felt having to constantly change opening partners post Andrew Strauss. They have the toughest job in the world. Openers have to face the new ball against fresh bowlers. The best test match openers […] READ MORE