Posts Tagged ‘James Anderson’

ASHES 2015: The Key Head-to-Head Battles

Posted on: July 5th, 2015 by Scott No Comments

On Wednesday the time will come for the talking to stop and the cricket to start in what is without question the biggest and fiercest battle in cricket. The anticipation is building ahead of what should be an outstanding series, with the hopes of the English cricketing public raised by their swashbuckling approach to the [...]


‘The best I’ve ever played’: England fall short against Sri Lanka despite stunning innings from Lancashire’s Jos Buttler

Posted on: June 2nd, 2014 by Scott No Comments

Lancashire’s Jos Buttler produced what some are calling England’s greatest ever One-Day innings at Lords against Sri Lanka – an innings which couldn’t quite drag England to victory. Chasing a winning target of 301, England faltered and were well behind the rate until Buttler came to the crease and smashed the fastest One-Day hundred ever [...]


Inconsistent Broad lucky to keep his place

Posted on: September 18th, 2013 by Scott No Comments

Stuart Broad took the plaudits for his seven wicket performance in the second innings at Lords against New Zealand. Rightly so, it was a terrific performance. We all know Broad is capable of such displays, he has done it before. However they do not happen often enough.   Broad took the man of the match [...]


England vs. New Zealand: 1st Test Review

Posted on: September 18th, 2013 by Scott No Comments

A test match decided in four days normally indicates that one side have dominated the opposition and finished them off quickly. Well that was certainly not the case in the first test at Lords between England and New Zealand which proved to be an extremely close encounter.   Having won the toss and elected to [...]



Posted on: July 15th, 2012 by Scott No Comments

The Ashes are labelled as the pinnacle of cricket for England players and fans alike. And for the last few decades they have been. England have been inferior to the mighty Aussies and so the challenge has always been to top the old rivals. Since 2005, England have launched an attack on the Australian supremacy [...]