England’s Test team – enough is enough

Following England’s capitulation against Pakistan at Lord’s in the first Test I’d really wanted to steer clear of writing about England’s woes and write something positive about Pakistan’s incredibly...

Haseeb Hameed’s struggles continue

It was impossible not to be impressed by Haseeb Hameed in India in 2016/17. The diminutive Lancashire opener was just another cricketer on the merry-go-round that is Alastair Cook’s opening partners,...

Are England set for changes?

England head coach Trevor Bayliss has suggested that there could be selection changes following a winless winter. England endured a torrid winter as they failed to retain the Ashes,  falling to a 4-0...

How can England repair the damage?

Following a disastrous opening day of England’s two test series with New Zealand which saw the tourists dismissed for 58 in a little over 20 overs, The Cricket Blog’s Miles Reucroft and Andy Hunter l...

The Ashes 2nd Test preview and prediction

The first Test in Brisbane threatened at several stages to be absolute classic. An unusual Gabba pitch kept the bowlers interested almost throughout and only one batsman was able to dominate in the m...

The Ashes preview and predictions

With the Ashes upon us, Miles Reucroft and Andy Hunter sat down to discuss the series. An Ashes preview and a few predictions, who do you think will win the Ashes? Who will score the most runs for Au...

The Ashes will be decided by the batsmen

It is well known within cricketing circles that it is the bowlers (mainly stated by themselves) who win games of cricket. Taking 20 wickets in Test cricket has always been the key component in winnin...