LISTEN: Cricket Badger Ashes 2019 Weekly Podcast – Episode Eight the Review
James Buttler, the Cricket Badger, is joined by Oli Fisher and cricket journalist Aakash Sivasubramaniam as the trio look back on a fantastic Ashes series after England’s victory in the fifth Test at the Oval.
The trio ponder whether Steve Smith was the difference between the two sides, wonder whether 2-2 was a fair result, review the series and pick their England winter touring party.
And the charity competition comes to an end as the results are announced and the winner is able to make a donation to the charity of his choice.
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Michael Vaughan says charge of using racist language dismissed
The former England captain was alleged to have used the term “you lot” towards a group of four Yorkshire players of Asian ethnicity.
Anjan Luthra resigns as Cricket Scotland chairman
Luthra’s departure comes after a series of resignations from Cricket Scotland’s anti-racism group earlier this week.
Jonny Bairstow aiming to be fit for England-Ireland Test in June – Ottis Gibson
The Yorkshire batter has been sidelined since suffering a freak accident on a golf course.
Michael Vaughan set to learn verdict from Cricket Discipline Commission hearing
Decisions in the case are set to be announced at 10.30am.
Indian Premier League
SuperSport won’t broadcast IPL in South Africa
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Ben Duckett will not complain about Nottinghamshire role in build-up to Ashes
England opener Duckett could prepare for the summer series by batting at number three.
Michael Vaughan to learn verdict from cricket racism hearing on Friday
Decisions on liability in the cases of Vaughan and five other individuals are expected to be published on Friday.
Durham sign Australian spinner Matt Kuhnemann for 2023 season
The 26-year-old made his Test debut against India last month
Matthew Potts: Durham out to put ‘haters to bed’ with entertaining approach
Potts says the county are looking to ‘mirror to some extent what the England team are doing’.
Teenager Phoebe Litchfield named in Australia’s squad for Women’s Ashes
The 19-year-old’s inclusion is the only change from the squad that won the Twenty20 World Cup last month.