Will Jason Roy soon be in England’s Test XI?

Jason Roy has long been on England’s Test radar and it’s something that many England supporters are understandably wary of. Whilst his all-out attack has worked well atop England’s ODI batting order ...

England excel yet some of their supporters rebel

England have assembled one of the best batting units the ODI game has ever seen and they have left everyone else scratching their heads. The transformation has been as remarkable as it has been sudde...

Is attack England’s only route to World Cup glory?

England’s ODI transformation since the nadir of the 2015 World Cup has been remarkable. From timid, low scoring and low performing cricket, to brash, powerful and victorious, it has been quite the tu...

Why England WON’T win the Champions Trophy

We’ve heard why England WILL win the Champions Trophy. In the interest of balance, Andy Hunter argues why they WON’T. There is no doubt that English One Day International cricket has impr...

Why England WILL win the Champions Trophy

With the Champions Trophy fast approaching, we thought we’d focus on the pre-tournament favourites and hosts, England. For so long they have been ODI also-rans, but since the 2015 World Cup, the gras...

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...

New England revolution

What a difference a change in personnel makes; the old, stuck-in-the-mud practitioners replaced by a swathe of young guns with a new attitude. Not for them the steady accumulation of old. England hav...