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Was the Ahmedabad pitch fit for Test cricket? Did England get their team selection wrong?
Ian Ward, Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton and Rob Key reflect on England's two-day defeat to India in the pink-ball game in Ahmedabad, discussing whether the pitch was fit for Test cricket, the omission of Dom Bess, some umpiring inconsistencies, and the tourists' rotation policy.
The Hundred to start with historic women's game. Plus, which squads look strong?
Ian Ward, Nasser Hussain and Ebony Rainford-Brent are joined by Charlotte Edwards to discuss The Hundred launching with a women's match and what impact that will have. Oval Invincibles stars Sam Curran and Jason Roy look forward to the tournament and talk tactics and team-mates, while Nasser assesses which sides have done the best business.
Alex Hales 'desperate' for England return. Plus, how do you manage maverick players?
Alex Hales tells The Hussain and Key Cricket Show that he is 'desperate' to play for England again and that it was 'sickening' to miss the 2019 World Cup. Plus, Nasser, Rob and guests Mike Atherton and David Lloyd discuss how to manage maverick players and create a team culture.
Jack Leach on England's tour of India, plus the nature versus nuture debate!
England spinner Jack Leach joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on The Cricket Show to look back on the first Test against India - and ahead to the second - plus Mike Atherton and David Lloyd join our panel to discuss if sporting excellence is the result of nurture of nature? And what makes a good coach?
Joe Root on his 100th Test and England's toughest of challenges in India
England captain Joe Root joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key to to look back on a journey that has brought him 100 Test caps and ahead to the challenges to come, starting with perhaps the toughest of them all away in India. Cricket broadcaster Harsha Bhogle reflects on the impact India’s win over Australia has had on the country and its cricket fans, plus he shares his thoughts on how the hosts should best balance their side for the four-Test series.
'Likeable' England beat Sri Lanka and now face 'formidable' India
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.