Episode 6

ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010

Luke Wright & Andre Fletcher

Luke Wright tells the Podcast how England will fare in the ICC World Twenty20 super eights - with hopefully a little less rain to cloud the issue in the West Indies over the coming week now they are past the group stage.

Podcast pundit Mike Gatting sums up England's displays to date, laments the weather interference, but spies positive signs of progress.

On the domestic front, Vikram Solanki talks through his new-look Worcestershire line-up and what they can do this season; while Glamorgan skipper Jamie Dalrymple praises young pace bowler James Harris and assesses his team's prospects.

Harris himself gives the Podcast Just a Minute of his time.

Lancashire coach Peter Moores says the county championship crown is the aim at Old Trafford...trying to break a title drought similar to the one experienced previously down the road at Manchester United.

England skipper during the winter, Alastair Cook is loving having some time playing extended county cricket with his mates back at Essex.

And his international team-mate Matt Prior talks about how important his England place is for him, how much he enjoys working with wicketkeeping coach Bruce French - and how great a start Sussex have had in LV= County Championship division two.


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