Bumble blogs on Friday's sold-out Roses T20, Jimmy Anderson's workload and a boisterous hole-in-one.
Alastair Cook will not be sacked as captain this summer even if England lose to India, says Bob Willis.
Moeen Ali was valiant in defeat and will surely score many hundreds for England, says Sir Ian Botham.
England's sterile tactics and poor bowling have put them in a hapless Headingley position, says Mike Atherton.
England could be set a ‘twitchy’ run chase after a ‘clumsy’ day at Headingley, says Nasser Hussain.
Sam Robson’s unhurried maiden ton has given England the perfect platform, says Andrew Strauss.
Ian Botham urges England's batsmen to cash in on Stuart Broad's hat-trick and Liam Plunkett's five-for.
Bumble says Alastair Cook shouldn't take criticism to heart and blogs on Bell, Trott and Vipers' birthday.
Dominant England must be ruthless to sink Sri Lanka in second Test, says Michael Atherton.
England should have declared early but must not be too harshly criticised, says Mark Butcher.
England have James Anderson to thank for coming so close to winning the first Test, says Andrew Strauss.
Gary Ballance's maiden Test ton showed he is a player for many situations, says Nasser Hussain.
England's hard-working bowlers have given their side a great chance of winning the first Test, says Beefy.
Mike Atherton assesses the positive impacts made by Joe Root, Matt Prior and Moeen Ali on day one at Lord's.
Bumble blogs on England's brand of cricket, who he'd make 12th man and 'the worst bar in the world'.
It will be no bad thing if Sri Lanka push a new-look England all the way at Lord's, says Nasser Hussain.
England must hit the ground running against Sri Lanka or endure a long summer, says Michael Atherton.
Andrew Strauss says England must rediscover the habit of winning that powered his victorious side of 2011.
Andrew Strauss says England selectors must quickly identify a match-winning spinner.
Bumble reviews the England Test squad and asks what brand of cricket they'll play to win over the public.
Bob Willis explains why it is not vital that Andrew Flintoff performs on his T20 comeback for Lancashire…
England should draw a line under Jos Buttler's bizarre dismissal against Sri Lanka, says Sir Ian Botham.
England should beat Sri Lanka, says Nick Knight, but do they need to tinker with their batting line-up?
Jos Buttler's positivity and stunning hitting in the fourth ODI was a sight to behold, says Ian Botham.
Sir Ian Botham says Chris Jordan's raw talent makes the England paceman a truly exciting prospect.
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