It's been a busy week in cricket and the Cricket Writers On TV panel will have plenty to talk about.
Joining Paul Allott in the studio from 9am this Sunday June 8 are Vic Marks (The Observer), Tom Collomosse (London Evening Standard) and Paul Newman (Daily Mail).
And these are some of the topics that could come up for discussion...
SRI LANKA SLUMP: The visitors beat England by six wickets in what proved a controversial fifth and final one-day international at Edgbaston this week to complete a 3-2 series victory. The game's main talking point came during England's innings when Sachithra Senanayake ran out Jos Buttler backing up at the non-striker's end, albeit after warning him in his previous over for pinching yards. Our guests will comment on whether the Sri Lankan's actions were unsportsmanlike or whether, after two warnings, Buttler can have few complaints.
TEST SQUAD: On Thursday England named three uncapped players in their 12-man squad for next week's first Test against Sri Lanka at Lord's. Batsman Sam Robson, bowler Chris Jordan and all-rounder Moeen Ali come in, but there is no place for in-form wicket-keeper Buttler. We'll get views on the rookies and their chances of being a success in Peter Moores' new era with England. Plus, 29-year-old Yorkshire bowler Liam Plunkett gets the nod having not played a Test for seven years - but does he deserve a cap?
Don't miss Cricket Writers On TV, 9am Sunday, Sky Sports 2.