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How important is captain Eoin Morga...

The decisions by England’s ODI captain, Eoin Morgan and opener, Alex Hales to withdraw from England’...

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As the thrilling England Vs Pakistan test series reaches its conclusion, attention will soon turn to the ODI series, starting... England Vs Pakistan ODI series preview and prediction

England will miss Eoin Morgan the batsman. Will the miss captain Morgan, though? Just how important has he been to England's ODI resurgence?

How important is captain Eoin Morgan anyway?

The decisions by England’s ODI captain, Eoin Morgan and opener, Alex Hales to withdraw from England’s tour of Bangladesh citing security concerns in the country, have caused much consternation and di...
Jason Roy has been a revelation in England's ODI side, but could he make the transition to Test superstar as well?

England’s next wave of batting stars

England’s batting let them down in the first Test against Pakistan at Lord’s. That much was obvious to everyone, not least captain and coach, Alastair Cook and Trevor Bayliss, who both lamented naïve...
Rubel Hossain induced England's ODI nadir in Adelaide in 2015. England haven't looked back since

England’s ODI revolution is a lesson for us all

Rubel Hossain wheeled away into the Adelaide night sky, pursued with vigour by ecstatic team mates, coaching staff and cameramen eager to capture a slice of the moment. He had just splayed James Ande...
Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum delivered the 2016 MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture at Lord's

Brendon McCullum delivers at Lord’s

On Monday night I was lucky enough to attend the annual Cowdrey Lecture at Lord’s where Brendon McCullum was the guest speaker. In the Nursery Ground pavilion the former New Zealand captain spoke pas...
There have been few finer sights than Ian Bell in full flow

For whom the Bell tolls

Like all good things, it appears that Ian Bell’s England career is over. He was dropped for last winter’s tour of South Africa, but I refused to believe the end was nigh – he had, after all, been dro...