Daily and Sunday Telegraph cricket correspondent, ex-Wisden editor and co-founder of what is now the ECB City Cup. Has anyone alive seen more Tests - 430 plus?

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Nov 23, 2017

@RoyfromMelksham Well, I would argue that England's four pace bowlers, if they had bowled first on this deck, would have kept the patient line and length required today better than Australia's - who are quicker but with a far more variable, and generally shorter, length.

Nov 23, 2017

Best way for kids to learn? To watch their seniors, then do it their way ie Cook out early but Stoneman and Vince, unfazed, share a very disciplined and ever more confident century partnership. Brilliant learning!

Nov 22, 2017

England have done well to see off Australian opening attack for loss of Cook only. Now it's attrition and the next question is: who will take on Lyon and when? At least Stoneman and Vince are running a few quick singles to rotate strike and relieve pressure...

Nov 22, 2017

England win toss and bat: I suppose it had to be done because there is a mix of sun and high cloud forecast for today without rain. But you can lose a Test in a session if you bat - and England's strength is their four pace bowlers.

Nov 17, 2017

A dose of realism before Gabba: England's attack in Australian conditions, without Anderson and Ball, is unthreatening. Sangha and Short 100

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