‘It’s a big gap’ – where are England’s left-handers? – BBC Sport

'It's a big gap' - where are England's left-handers?  - BBC Sport

By Callum Matthews BBC Sport 4 hours ago image source, BBC Sport/Getty Images Women’s Ashes: England v Australia – first T20 international Location: Edgbaston Date: 1 July Time: 18:35 BST Scope: Live on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app from 18:00 BST. Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary on BBC Sounds, … Read more

England’s stubbornness is hurting their own hopes – Agnew

England's stubbornness is hurting their own hopes - Agnew

The last two days will haunt England. If they don’t change their batting strategy they won’t win the Ashes. I will not be negative about the principle of playing positive cricket. That I agree with. But England’s approach is turning stubborn as they failed to learn from last week’s defeat at Edgbaston. England should have … Read more

The Ashes: Is England’s Bazball on the ‘wrong side of reckless?’

The Ashes: Is England's Bazball on the 'wrong side of reckless?'

Sky Sports’ Michael Atherton, Nasser Hussain, Kevin Pietersen, Eoin Morgan and Sir Andrew Strauss discuss England’s batting double over days two and three of the second Ashes Test; watch day four at Lord’s live on Sky Sports Cricket from 10.15am (first ball 11am) 20:18, UK, Friday 30 June 2023 Was England’s batting too ‘reckless’ as … Read more

The focus on the ‘brainless’ half-time obscures England’s bigger picture

Duckett has no regrets about the aggressive dismissal in 98

Matt Roller29-Jun-2023 • 6 hours ago Duckett has no regrets about the aggressive dismissal in 98 England’s Ben Duckett reflects on his dismissal two short of a century on day two at Lord’s England arrived at Lord’s as outsiders on Thursday morning, and left the ground 10 hours later as favourites. Not bad, for a … Read more

‘Stupidity’ or a brave new world? England’s wild time

'Stupidity' or a brave new world?  England's wild time

No regrets about how I got out – Duckett A brave new world or a crime against the conventions of cricket? On Thursday, with Lord’s stunned watching, England threatened to waste a good day at work against Australia in successive shots. Having eased to 188-1, the hosts stayed true to their Bazballing instincts and attacked … Read more