What are the far from ideal reasons that West Indies Cricket might not be around in five years? Was South Africa’s form a blip? Do we need independent groundsmen? Has Andy ever seen a batsmen storm off a ground in a huff dismissing himself? What team would Plum Warner use to take on the Martians?
The beast called Mitch. Australia’s batting pitches. Rebuilding England. Kane’s textbook animation. And special guest starring Jarrod and Andy revolutionising cricket tactics as you know it.
Pakistan’s win, England’s potential positives, masters of tweak, the era of part time, doctor talk and beach cricket.
Random historical players mentioned:
Here is itunes link.
Viru, Zaheer, Shoaib, Adil, Cook, Trevor Franklin, Craig Howard, Blackwood, Rangana and Shiv Sena are all here.
What has Ian Bell replaced his hands with?
Craig Howard wormholes.
Shoaib Malik’s new empire.
Why we hate some teams now.
Episode will appear on itunes right here.
A podcast where we imagine how Ryan Harris would bowl without limbs, and wonder if one day KP will hang out with Kin Jong Un. A preview for the ashes that very nearly looks into the series, some Pakistan and Sri Lanka chat that veers into left hander bashing, Bangladesh cuts and drones, the semi competence of the ICC and a special tribute to Victor Trumper.
Will appear on itunes here.
We talk legspin love, work out the exact level of Windies mediocre, try to work out if this was England’s first ever ODI series, mispronounce Bangladesh’s new dynamo, toy with the idea of buying a women’s franchise in the new English league and all the stats you didn’t need to know. Recorded in front of a live ESPNcricinfo audience.
Most importantly, we now have itunes up and running. So, yeah.
Andy and I discuss what NZ used to be like, share a mutual hatred of terrorists, talk all things Shiv, visualise “like a tracer bullet” the coaching career of Ravi Shastri, talk Williamson elbow and discuss taking 400 Test wickets. Recorded in front of a live ESPNcricinfo audience.
Show still not on itunes, but it will be.
It will be.
It probably will be.