Sky's pundits analyse and debate the big stories emerging from international and domestic cricket. Join in the debate on Twitter @SkyCricket.
'I want to play all three formats': Jonny Bairstow exclusive interview
Jonny Bairstow talks to Sky Sports' Michael Atherton about the relentless schedule for the modern-day cricketer, but insists he wants to play all three formats for "as long as possible" despite Ben Stokes' recent retirement from the 50-over game.
Cut the number of Test teams? Is the 50-over game under threat? How to solve cricket's congested calendar
Eoin Morgan, Michael Atherton, Mark Butcher, Ravi Shastri and Shaun Pollock discuss the congested nature of the cricketing schedule and how things might change moving forward. Should the number of Test match teams be reduced? Is 50-over cricket under threat? Will there be fewer bilateral series?
Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid discuss faith, the Hajj pilgrimage and team-mate support
England stars Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid tell Eoin Morgan what their faith means to them and their families, explain why the Hajj pilgrimage is important and how their team-mates have embraced them.
'In the Zone' - Kevin Pietersen and Mark Butcher on sporting nirvana, in-form Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes' batting
Kevin Pietersen and Mark Butcher join Ian Ward to discuss what it feels like to be 'in the zone' as a sportsman, plus reflect on Jonny Bairstow's blistering Test form for England and whether captain Ben Stokes is 'devaluing his wicket' by batting so aggressively.
Eoin Morgan and the art of captaincy, Zak Crawley's continued struggles for form, and Moeen Ali's future
Sky Sports Cricket's Michael Atherton, Mark Butcher, Ravi Shastri and The Guardian's cricket correspondent Ali Martin look through the Sunday papers and, among other things, discuss what made Eoin Morgan such a good captain, Zak Crawley's continued struggles at the top of the order in Test cricket, and where might Moeen Ali be moving to as three clubs compete for his affection in county cricket?
England's 'Bazball' revolution, Azeem Rafiq's return to Headingley, and the future of Women's Test cricket
Sky Sports Cricket's Michael Atherton, Mark Butcher and Mel Jones and Press Association cricket correspondent Rory Dollard look through the Sunday papers, discussing England's 'Bazball revolution, Azeem Rafiq's return to Headingley for the first time since his claims of institutional racism at Yorkshire, England Women's Test match against South Africa and more.
KP Butch and Ward
One of the best episodes of cricket discussion ever put together. Well done gents
Clearly Sky and it’s panelists have no intention of discussing or admitting why Adil Rashid (arguably the number one white ball bowler in the world) has not been selected for the IPL!! Shane Warne suggesting Indian teams more want international fast bowlers! Seriously!!
Often too quiet to hear through my AirPods if there is any background noise.