Category: Test Cricket
The language of cricket: Daniel Norcross
The Cricket Blog’s language of cricket series continues with an interview with TMS commentator, Daniel Norcross
Where does Joe Root sit in the pantheon of greats?
Joe Root passed 10,000 Test runs against New Zealand. At such a juncture, we assess where Joe Root sits in the pantheon of cricket’s greats
Joe Root’s England captaincy is surely over
Joe Root’s time as England captain is surely up after yet another series defeat. His leadership is out of ideas, inspiration and credibility.
Test cricket’s toughest test
Bangladesh’s historic win shines a spotlight on bloated Ashes and a broken Test cricket system, lopsided in favour of the big three.
England must endure Ashes drubbing – then rebuild
England last won a Test in Australia in January 2011. It capped off a glorious tour, sealing the series 3-1 in Sydney amid scenes of travelling euphoria. It was a great England side which won its three Tests by an innings. Since then, nine defeats in 10 Tests. A victory Down Under seems as far […]
What do you do with Ollie Pope?
Proclaiming that any young player, in any sport, is going to be a great before they’ve even been tested at the highest level is always an extremely dangerous thing to do. Those of us old enough to remember the hysteria when Graeme Hick had finally qualified and was selected to play for England in the […]
India breach Australia’s Brisbane stronghold to seal epic series win
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