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Chris Devine on 19 May
There were varying suggestions in the Lord’s press box this morning as to when the first Investec Test with New Zealand might finish.
With England ...
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Matt Sherry on 17 May
Few would have expected James Anderson to claim 300 Test wickets when he took just five at the cost of 82.60 apiece in England’s 5-0 whitewash at the ...
Matt Sherry on 26 Mar
It was almost two years ago when I first realised Matt Prior may well be England's - or even the world's - best Test cricketer.
I was covering the ...
Chris Devine on 16 Mar
Overseas tours inevitably lead to dilemmas for cricket lovers hoping to keep up with their side’s performances from home.
When your team is playing...
Andy Ward on 14 Mar
As Nick Compton further asserted his place at the top of England’s Test batting order, it was his partner for much of the day who predictably acted as...
Chris Devine on 09 Mar
On day two of the first Test in Dunedin, television viewers were alerted to the vast array of players utilised by New Zealand at the top of the order ...
Rob Barnett on 10 Feb
At an Auckland ground accustomed to scores of seven, five and three - sixes and fours were in vogue during the first Twenty20 international between Ne...
Matt Sherry on 29 Aug
Even at the moment Andrew John Strauss began his Test career in the most resounding fashion imaginable, one could not have imagined the impact he woul...
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