England are still in charge against West Indies despite losing late wickets on day two, says Michael Atherton.
Sir Ian Botham says captain Alastair Cook will go from strength-to-strength after his long-awaited century.
David Lloyd reflects on his full-on IPL experience - and shares his top tip of the tournament so far...
Moeen Ali says England will pull no punches in the third Test and makes his Mayweather-Pacquiao prediction...
Michael Vaughan says he cannot envisage Jonathan Trott opening for England in this summer's Ashes.
Sky Sports' Matt Floyd on all things IPL, including the Indian crowds and his favourite team...
Sir Ian Botham says England must hand Adam Lyth his debut in the third Test against the West Indies in Barbados.
Bob Willis has urged England to bring in Liam Plunkett for the third Test in place of Ben Stokes or Chris Jordan.
Joe Root is destined for 'greatness' after a stunning start to his Test career, says Sir Ian Botham.
England's nine-wicket win over West Indies came out of nowhere, admits Nasser Hussain.
David Lloyd remembers Richie Benaud the gentleman, aggressive captain and unique broadcaster...
Bob Willis urges James Anderson to aim for 500 Test wickets after breaking Sir Ian Botham's record.
England must keep believing they can force victory in the second Test in Grenada, says Nasser Hussain.
Ian Botham says Joe Root’s recent form is unbelievable after he scored his sixth Test ton on day three in Grenada.
Alastair Cook’s rise to second in England’s all-time Test run-scorers list is the boost he needs, says David Gower.
Nasser Hussain says that Marlon Samuels’ tussle with Ben Stokes stole day one of the second Test in Grenada.
Sir Ian Botham paid tribute to "magnificent" James Anderson after the seamer broke his Test wicket record.
Nasser Hussain says England’s spirits will be high going to Grenada for the second Test of the series.
Our pundits chart James Anderson's meteoric rise from Lancashire rookie to England legend.
Gary Ballance's fluent hundred on day four of the first Test bodes well for England's future, says David Gower.