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.
If England get through to the quarter-finals I will not be putting my money on them.
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.
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 talks on how to get into the zone while batting, Tendulkar’s double, and the importance of line in bowling…
In his regular CricInfo ‘Bowl at Boycs’ feature, Geoff Boycott talks about how to play spin and why cricket shouldn’t be part of the Olympics…
What a great come back by India in Kolkata and it reinforced what I said a week ago that they needed the mature, experienced players to stand up and be counted under pressure.
Looking at the last Test it’s obvious India need to regroup and bat a helluva sight better or their spot as number one in the world will disappear.
In his regular CricInfo ‘Bowl at Boycs’ feature, Geoff Boycott talks of the crisis in SA cricket, and why Ponting needs to be circumspect while playing the pull…
There’s been a lot of hot air spent discussing the referral system with some commentators saying it’s not fair because only two countries have technology and others don’t you can be out in one country and not out in another.keep looking »