In the space of little over a fortnight, England seem to have remembered how to play cricket and followed up their bottom-smacking of India in Mumbai with a strong start in Kolkata.
It’s England, against spin, away from home. If you can’t wait for Jethro’s new DVD to be sitting under the Christmas tree, this will have you rolling in the aisles.
The Unlikely Lads world tour reaches India, as guest writer Arjun Miglani takes us back to the 1996 World Cup and a man who used to outshine Sachin Tendulkar.
Number four in our series of end of season reports sees guest correspondent Arjun Miglani talk about a Test whitewash, last place in the CB series and finishing behind Bangladesh in the Asia Cup. Happy times indeed.
The long-awaited latest instalment of the Alphabet XI’s arrives with a T side based around an English core, in tribute to their sensational winter’s cricket. It is not the most talented XI, but with a workmanlike top order surrounding a genius to provide the runs and perhaps the fastest attack of all, they are not to be underestimated.