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'Woakes a champion all-rounder in any other era'
Mike Atherton and Mark Butcher join Nick Knight to discuss the big winners from the NatWest Cricket Awards. Chris Woakes and Sarah Glenn took the top men's and women's prizes, with Zak Crawley claiming the young player award.
Ian Bell: Right time for me to retire
Ian Bell speaks to Sky Sports about his decision to retire from cricket at the end of the 2020 season and a glittering England career which featured 22 Test hundreds and five Ashes wins.
Cricket Debate: 600 up for 'genius' Anderson
"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 and look back on a fantastic, if slightly damp, series - won 1-0 by England.
Cricket Debate: Who makes a 21st century world XI?
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.
The art of coaching with Nasser Hussain and Rob Key
Nasser Hussain and Rob Key look at the art of coaching, from improving players at the elite level to keeping kids interested in youth cricket, plus analyse the development of England batsman Zak Crawley.
Cricket Debate: How can England prolong Anderson's career?
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 Jacques Kallis.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Good content but poor producing
The recent pod previewing that women’s T20 World Cup started well but was recorded so poorly I couldn’t hear a thing in my car, even with the volume turned up and then during periods with laughter nearly destroyed my ears. Surely sky can afford some decent mics and a compressor / limiter or two?
Get rid of Dominic cork
Dominic Cork is completely useless, get rid of him and this podcast would be half reasonable.
Get shot of CORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Useless.
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