I am thrilled and delighted by the England team’s performances this summer. But it is a shame that they have risen to No 1 in the world in an era when other countries’ Test teams are declining.
In his regular CricInfo ‘Bowl at Boycs’ feature, Geoff Boycott discusses the best-led teams in the World Cup, Yorkshire’s chances in the County Championship, Australia’s selection debate and how to improve one’s game on the off side.
We have been here for nearly five weeks and the first quarter-final does not start until Wednesday. It is barmy. This World Cup is too long and it is hurting the credibility of the game.
Before the one-day series started, I had high hopes that England would do well in the World Cup — and might even win the thing. After the Sydney Test, we all thought they were in magnificent shape. They were confident, focused and well organised.
In his regular CricInfo ‘Bowl at Boycs’ feature, Geoff Boycott names his picks for the World Cup, the injuries to Hussey and Morgan, players to watch out for and what the bowlers can expect
For the first time in the modern era, England are in a position to establish a dynasty of Ashes dominance.
In his regular CricInfo ‘Bowl at Boycs’ feature, Geoff Boycott discusses the highs and lows of 2010, the players to watch out for in 2011, and England’s capability in the shorter formats…
Each day’s play reviewed by Geoff Boycott…
Technology is never going to be 100 per cent perfect. It can’t possibly get every single decision right.
England go to the Sydney Cricket Ground with a surfeit of what I would call “nice problems to have”.keep looking »