Alastair Cook has significantly boosted his standing in the England dressing room, says Andrew Strauss.
Test newbie Jos Buttler's electric batting can re-energise English cricket supporters, says Mike Atherton.
Jos Buttler will be under huge mental and physical burdens as a Test keeper, says Nasser Hussain.
England were ‘shambolic’ at Lord’s and their experienced players must up their game, says Andrew Strauss.
David Lloyd says 'downtrodden' England must band together to have any hope of prevailing at Lord's.
England must make brave decisions, but Nasser Hussain is not sure that's playing Simon Kerrigan at Lord's.
Sir Ian Botham praises Joe Root and Jimmy Anderson's 'tremendous' last-wicket partnership.
Stuart Broad admitted to feeling frustrated as England battled a slow pitch on day two at Trent Bridge against India.
We look at the individual battles which could decide the outcome of England's Test series with India...
Michael Atherton explains why the five-Test series between England and India is too close to call.
England’s summer rolls on apace with five Tests, five ODIs and one Twenty20 International against India.
David Gower recalls leading England to their last Test series victory in India in 1984/85...
Richard Blakey talks to Sky Sports about his memories of touring India with England in 1993.
India's batsmen still form a formidable unit in Test cricket on their own patch, says Nasser Hussain.
Alastair Cook must show an instinct for Test cricket's ebbs and flows in India, says Mike Atherton.
Bumble blogs on the Compton-Root debate and why India won't find things as simple as they think...
Graham Onions is determined to play as many Tests as he can after at one stage fearing his career might be over.
England spinner Graeme Swann has returned home from India so that he can be with his ill daughter.
England have suffered a fresh injury scare after Stuart Broad was taken to hospital to have a scan on his left heel.
Rob Key reviews the final and we hear from Michael Clarke, Brendon McCullum and Mitchell Starc.