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.
Sir Ian Botham analyses each of this week's World Cup quarter-finals and makes his match predictions.
Ian Botham says the umpiring error that denied James Taylor a shot at a World Cup ton was a "sad moment".
Sir Ian Botham thinks England are one of six teams who could lift the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
England must pick Alex Hales as an opening batsman at the 2015 World Cup, says Sir Ian Botham.
Ian Botham, Nasser Hussain and Mike Atherton have picked their England World Cup squads. Do you agree?
Ian Botham believes Alastair Cook isn’t a “nailed down” certainty to captain England in the World Cup.
Sir Ian Botham is calling for James Tredwell to be recalled for the fifth ODI against Sri Lanka.
England's James Taylor might have booked his place for the World Cup, says Sir Ian Botham.
England must drop Alastair Cook for the third ODI and give the captaincy to Eoin Morgan, says Ian Botham.
Sir Ian Botham says Phillip Hughes’ family must be given privacy after the death of the Australian batsman.
Sir Ian Botham is backing Moeen Ali to star for England in their one-day international series with Sri Lanka.
‘Embarrassing’ England are getting worse and it’s time for a change, says Sir Ian Botham.