Sir Ian Botham thinks England's bowlers can fire them to an Ashes win, predicting a result in every Test.
England’s 3-2 series win over New Zealand will do them ‘a world of good’ ahead of the Ashes, says Sir Ian Botham.
Eoin Morgan and Joe Root were in ‘electrifying’ form as England rampaged to a seven-wicket win over New Zealand.
Sir Ian Botham hailed ‘a new England’ in the wake of their 210-run win over New Zealand in the first ODI.
Ian Botham tips England's young side to impress but backs New Zealand to win the upcoming ODI series.
England have their backs to the wall in the second Test after New Zealand built a lead of 338, says Sir Ian Botham.
After watching James Anderson claim his 400th Test wicket, Sir Ian Botham has backed the England paceman to reach 500.
Sir Ian Botham thinks new England coach Trevor Bayliss and assistant Paul Farbrace can make a successful team.
Sir Ian Botham believes New Zealand could prove a real thorn in England's side ahead of their Ashes summer.
Sir Ian Botham says Moeen Ali and Jonathan Trott's spots in the England Test team are in major doubt.
Sir Ian Botham says England must hand Adam Lyth his debut in the third Test against the West Indies in Barbados.
Sir Ian Botham says Alastair Cook will go from strength to strength after ending his long wait for a Test-match hundred.
Joe Root is destined for 'greatness' after a stunning start to his Test career, says Sir Ian Botham.
Ian Botham says Joe Root’s recent form is unbelievable after he scored his sixth Test ton on day three in Grenada.
Sir Ian Botham believes Jonathan Trott should be left out by England for the second Test against the West Indies.
Sir Ian Botham paid tribute to "magnificent" James Anderson after the seamer broke his Test wicket record.
Ian Botham said Ian Bell was "magnificent" for England after they closed day one of the first Test in Antigua on 341-5.
Sir Ian Botham says James Anderson should break his own England Test-wicket record during the first Test against West Indies.
Sir Ian Botham is tipping New Zealand to upset Australia at the MCG and win their first World Cup title.
England should move on from coach Peter Moores following their disastrous World Cup, says Ian Botham.