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Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton dissect England's 2-0 series win over Sri Lanka after yet another batting collapse from the home side, hail Joe Root as a 'great ambassador' for his team, and look ahead to the games against an India side unbeaten in home Test series since 2012.Von Sky Sports
 
Kumar Sangakkara salutes - and says he learnt from - Joe Root's 186 against Sri Lanka, plus Michael Atherton and Rob Key assess the decisions for the third umpire on day three in Galle as well as home wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella’s playful sledging towards the England batsmen.Von Sky Sports
 
James Anderson reflects on his six-wicket haul against Sri Lanka and is called England's greatest-ever bowler by Rob Key, while Nasser Hussain looks at Dom Sibley and Zak Crawley's struggles against spin and whether the selectors are right to rest Jonny Bairstow for the first two Tests in India.Von Sky Sports
 
England batsman Dan Lawrence and former spinner Graeme Swann join Sky Sports Cricket pundits Nasser Hussain and Rob Key to analyse England's on-going tour of Sri Lanka, plus we look ahead to the upcoming Test series in India - "the toughest test" for any side in world cricket right now.Von Sky Sports
 
Michael Atherton, Rob Key and Kumar Sangakkara reflect on an absorbing day four of the first Test as England close in on victory over Sri Lanka despite a late wobble with the bat. The pundits also praise Lahiru Thirimanne after he scored his second Test hundred and first in eight years, while we hear from England spinner Jack Leach after his five-w…
 
Sky Sports pundit Mike Atherton sat down with Joe Root ahead of the first Test against Sri Lanka for an in-depth chat in which the England captain admitted he has been underperforming in Test cricket - and is determined to start making match-winning scores - and urged his players to reveal if they are struggling with the burdens of international cr…
 
Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara and England spinner Dom Bess join Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on the Hussain and Key Cricket Show to look ahead to the two Test series between the countries and share their insights into how each team is shaping up for the contest.Von Sky Sports
 
England seamers James Anderson and Stuart Broad join Nasser Hussain and Rob Key to look ahead to the first Test against Sri Lanka - the start of a bumper year of international cricket in which Joe Root's side could play as many as 17 Tests. We also look back on Sri Lanka series of yesteryear, including some of Nasser's finest moments!…
 
Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton, David Lloyd and Rob Key reflect on the year in cricket, including Michael Holding and Ebony Rainford-Brent's passionate words on racism, the Women's T20 World Cup, milestones for Stuart Broad and James Anderson and Zak Crawley's double century.Von Sky Sports
 
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh joins us for a special episode of The Cricket Show as he explains why he has never seen a batsman like Steve Smith, discusses why he would not ban the bouncer in cricket, and reflects on how well the players in his great Australia side got on.Von Sky Sports
 
Former all-rounder Andrew Flintoff joins The Cricket Show to explain why Jonny Bairstow is one of England's top-three Test batsmen, to give his verdict on Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes and Sam Curran - plus retell some hilarious anecdotes featuring David Lloyd and Nasser Hussain!Von Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain and Mike Atherton join Ian Ward to discuss England's curtailed tour to South Africa and the ramifications both on and off the field following the postponement of the ODI series Also on the agenda are bubble fatigue, Australia's high hopes for young all-rounder Cameron Green and the great sports commentators, following the sad passing…
 
Nasser Hussain and Rob Key look back at England’s T20 sweep of South Africa and ahead to the ODI series, praising “box office” Dawid Malan and discussing England’s coded signals. Plus, leg-spinner Adil Rashid joins the boys to talk about whether he will return to Test cricket, his bowling speeds and how crucial Moeen Ali has been in his development…
 
Liam Plunkett joins Rob Key and Nasser Hussain to look at who can replace him as England's middle-overs maestro in white-ball cricket. Plus, we look at the South Africa vs England series and assess Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli's sensational catch!Von Sky Sports
 
How well-equipped are England ahead of the T20 World Cup and huge Test series against India and Australia? Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton talk Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jos Buttler and more days out from the white-ball games against South Africa. The team also reflect on the innovations introduced for the upcoming Big Bash League season - and whe…
 
England’s T20 selection dilemmas and white-ball series with South Africa are discussed as Shaun Pollock and Michael Atherton join Rob Key and Nasser Hussain. Shaun looks at a tumultuous period for the Proteas and what players will be key against England, while also reflecting on his battles with Nasser and Athers during his career.…
 
Nasser Hussain picks his team of the 2020 IPL, Jos Buttler explains why he batted in the middle order for Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians head coach Mahela Jayawardene savours his side's title triumph as all three join Rob Key for the IPL Cricket Show.Von Sky Sports
 
Chris Jordan joins Rob Key and Nasser Hussain on The IPL Cricket Show to reflect on Jofra Archer's storming displays in the tournament, plus our pundits discuss the play-offs so far, chat about the Women’s T20 challenge, finalise their best team to miss out on the T20 era, and ask if Jasprit Bumrah is the best bowler across all formats!…
 
Sam Curran joins Rob Key and Nasser Hussain on The IPL Cricket Show to discuss the skills of Ben Stokes and Chris Gayle and staying in a bio-secure bubble, before Rob and Nasser select the top batsmen who played in the era before T20 but would have flourished in it.Von Sky Sports
 
Rob Key, Nasser Hussain and special guests Shane Warne and Jonny Bairstow discuss Jofra Archer's scintillating IPL form, where Jos Buttler should bat for Rajasthan Royals and the importance of coaches in franchise T20 cricket. Plus, not for the first time, Nasser raves about AB de Villiers!Von Sky Sports
 
"A genius with the ball in his hand." James Anderson showed that genius once again as he took his 600th Test wicket, the first seamer in the history of the game to achieve that feat. Rain earlier in the day ensured the third Test ended in a draw, leaving Mark Butcher and guests Alec Stewart, Dominic Cork and Bazid Khan to sing Anderson's praises an…
 
A combination of some stubborn Pakistan batting, poor England catching and the weather means James Anderson is still waiting for his 600th Test wicket – just one to get now! Mark Butcher, Dominic Cork, Bazid Khan and Matt Prior discuss that, Dom Bess and the importance of a quality spin bowler before moving on to pick their 21st century world XIs.…
 
As James Anderson closes in on 600 Test wickets - just two more to go - Darren Gough, Dominic Cork and Bazid Khan join Mark Butcher to discuss how England can keep their greatest ever bowler going for as long as possible. Also on the agenda was Azhar Ali's battling hundred and the latest inductees to the ICC Hall of Fame, including the great Jacque…
 
Zak Crawley and Jos Buttler's record-breaking 359-run partnership, followed by Jimmy Anderson's late three-wicket burst put England in complete control of the third Test against Pakistan. Mark Butcher was joined by Darren Gough, Matt Prior and Bazid Khan to discuss a near-perfect day for the hosts.Von Sky Sports
 
The Cricket Debate panel discuss England's batting and spin bowling options they have in reserve ahead of a possible winter tour of India, while Mark Butcher, Dominic Cork, Robert Croft and Azhar Mahmood also reflect on the final day of the second Test between England and Pakistan.Von Sky Sports
 
After another weather-affected fourth day at The Ageas Bowl, with only 10.2 overs of play possible, The Sun's John Etheridge joined The Cricket Debate to vent his frustrations, while Dominic Cork, Matt Prior and Bazid Khan answered your Twitter questions - including some possible solutions to the 'bad light' problem in cricket.…
 
After a dismal third-day washout of the second #raisethebat Test between England and Pakistan, The Cricket Debate dreamed up what an all-time combined XI between the two teams might look like, with Mark Butcher, Dominic Cork, Azhar Mahmood and Osman Samiuddin playing chief selectors.Von Sky Sports
 
On the latest Cricket Debate, Mark Butcher and guests discuss the issue of 'bad light' in cricket and how best to solve it after another interruption-heavy second day's play at The Ageas Bowl, while they also take a look at England's recent struggles to dismiss tailenders - a trend that has continued in the second Test against Pakistan.…
 
Former England fast bowler Steve Finn looks at Jofra Archer’s omission for the second Test against Pakistan and whether he comes in for unfair criticism; Dominic Cork and Azhar Mahmood also join Mark Butcher on The Cricket Debate to discuss England’s slip catching woes, Pakistan’s day one struggles and whether the Bob Willis Trophy is here to stay.…
 
Cricket Debate guests Matt Prior and Alec Stewart discuss Jos Buttler's struggles behind the stumps, while Stewart says Ben Foakes is ready to step up if England make a wicketkeeping change. Plus, is Jimmy Anderson still England's most important bowler and will Pakistan win the first Test?Von Sky Sports
 
500 up for Stuart Broad! The England seamer took his milestone wicket, meaning Chris Woakes was again the unsung hero despite taking a five-for as England regained the Wisden Trophy with a big win at Emirates Old Trafford. Mark Butcher was joined by Lydia Greenway, Alec Stewart and Courtney Walsh to discuss the conclusion to a fabulous series with …
 
A washout on day four at Emirates Old Trafford meant a slightly different Cricket Debate. After 57 years, England and West Indies will compete for the Wisden Trophy for the final time on Tuesday and to mark the occasion Mark Butcher, Dominic Cork, Lydia Greenway and Courtney Walsh selected their all-time XI.…
 
Stuart Broad was the toast of the town - or at least Darren Gough, Courtney Walsh and Lydia Greenway - again as he took six wickets in a day dominated by England at Emirates Old Trafford, to move to 499 Test wickets. Plus, should England's openers be trying to score more quickly?Von Sky Sports
 
Stuart Broad and James Anderson were simply superb on day two of the third #raisethebat Test, so Alec Stewart, Dominic Cork and Courtney Walsh hail them as well as Windies seamer Kemar Roach, after the latter passed 200 Test wickets. Plus, is enforcing the follow-on on England's mind?Von Sky Sports
 
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