England again put Australia to the sword in the second ODI. We assess the game from both sides of the fence (i.e. the good one and the one that couldn’t stop bowling no-balls and lost heavily).
Alex Hales has the sort of name that headline writers love. Luckily for them, he made some runs as well, as England made their highest ever successful T20I chase to wrap up a comprehensive beating of the West Indies.
England go to Sri Lanka needing a strong performance in tough conditions to reaffirm their status on top of the pile. With South Africa almost certain to win in New Zealand, they must win this series if they are to hold on their ranking. It all kicks off bright and early Monday morning…
With the world on the edge of their collective seats in anticipation of the upcoming Test series in Sri Lanka, we cast our eye over the selection debate which has gripped the nation… Or something like that anyway.
Like Luke Wright’s ODI career, it was fun for a short while. And then we started to get really frustrated and had to go outside and find something else to do. Oh, and other brands of gin are available.
India need to win to keep the series alive. England know that they have the ability and momentum to overtake the tourists and become the No.1 ranked side in the world.