It’s time to tackle the big question of the day: just how firm is Peter Moores’ handshake? Plus there’s talk about the county season, the IPL and how Glenn Maxwell is the new Glenn Maxwell.
The World T20 is done and dusted, at least for a few weeks until the next one. But that’s no reason to stop slagging off Danny Morrison, Steven Moffat and the ending to How I Met Your Mother.
Criticising New Zealand for winning, South Africa for having rubbish weather and England for actually making a decision: it must be the 51allout podcast!
In the aftermath of the fourth Ashes Test, the 51allout podcast considers just how bad this defeat was for England. There’s also discussion about the recent Big Bash fixtures, an assessment of Jacques Kallis and startling news in the ongoing WACA slushie machine saga.
Following an England performance so bad that someone should launch a blog and podcast named after it, the 51allout podcast this week is mostly quite angry. Who’s responsible – Kevin Pietersen, the broken slush puppy machine or a dodgy internet connection?
A particularly Australian-heavy 51allout ensemble got together to talk about one of England’s worst ever performances, one of New Zealand’s best ever performances, albeit from last year, and where exactly Merlin is these days.
Remember 1987’s comedy classic Three Men and a Baby? Imagine that but with two more men. And no baby. That’s right, 51allout’s Ashes inquest involved no fewer than five men discussing Chris Tremlett’s guns, fighting in Brisbane and Devereux’s awesome DRS skills.
After an elongated hiatus, the 51allout podcast is back with four grown men discussing which England quick bowler could eat the most bananas and what there actually is to do in Brisbane.