Friday, March 23, 2018
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Harry Dean takes a look to see if the West Indies can once again become a cricketing superpower.
Jason Segall reflects on an interesting summer of cricket to look forward towards an impending Ashes down under.
If you look at just about any statistic, test match cricket is on its way out. This year’s boxing day test in Melbourne, the match which holds three of the top four highest single day attendances in test match history, drew an aggregate crowd of just over 140,000. This figure is 10 per cent less than the number of...
Leaders are not one and the same. They are not uniform. Whether within or outside of sport, you will rarely find leaders who are carbon copies of one another. From the combative Martin Keown to the innovative Bill Gates and the disarmingly respectable Alistair Cook, it is very difficult to categorically define a leader. This means one often doesn’t know...
Deputy sport editor Jason Segall offers his thoughts on the resignation of Alastair Cook as England Cricket captain and contemplates the legacy he has left behind, as well as potential replacements.
Jason Segall offers an excellent review of England's dismal test performance in India this winter, where they lost 4-0 to the world's best team.
England struggled in their recent series with Bangladesh and therefore their prospects aren't looking good for their current series in India.
England's drawn test series with Bangladesh came as a surprise to many, but it was much of the same for a team that has struggled in the batting department for some time.
Harry Dean explores whether a proposed new T20 tournament could represent the future of English cricket or whether it could be a moment of madness.
Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales made the exceptionally bold call to withdraw from England's tour to Bangladesh. Were they right to make that decision?