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The un-English Englishmen – another...

The subject of non-Englishmen playing for England has been enlivened once more by Keaton Jennings ma...

Playing for England – how English must one be?
IMPOSTER! Ranjitsinhji wowed the crowds of Sussex and England, but was born at the other end of the Empire, in India. Should he have played for England? Yes!

Keaton Jennings created a slice of Test history in Mumbai, becoming the first man to score a century in his first Test inning...

Yorkshire spinner, Adil Rashid took 4-43 as England claimed victory in the third and final ODI against Bangladesh, helping th... Rashid Among Star Performers as England Seal One-Day Series ...

Keaton Jennings joined a long list of non-English England players in Mumbai. He performed okay, too...

The un-English Englishmen – another perspective

The subject of non-Englishmen playing for England has been enlivened once more by Keaton Jennings making his Test debut for England in Mumbai. Jennings joins a long line of non-English players to pla...
IMPOSTER! Ranjitsinhji wowed the crowds of Sussex and England, but was born at the other end of the Empire, in India. Should he have played for England? Yes!

Playing for England – how English must one be?

Keaton Jennings created a slice of Test history in Mumbai, becoming the first man to score a century in his first Test innings and a golden duck in his second. This, normally, would be the sole talki...
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...