James Buttler, the Cricket Badger, is joined by Cricket 365’s Oli Fisher and cricket journalist Aakash Sivasubramaniam to pick out their favourite moments from the third week of the Cricket World Cup 2019.
In this fourth episode they pick their top batsman, top bowler and Champagne moment from week one. They discuss Eoin Morgan’s incredible hundred, Afghanistan’s off-field problems, whether they would prefer a one-sided six-fest to a low-scoring thriller and why Pakistan are so inconsistent.
They also take a look at which teams can realistically still make the semi-finals.The trio will be back every week throughout the tournament to assess the action just gone and make their predictions on the week ahead.
There is a competitive element to this podcast with units being staked on the bookies prices for each market and five units for each match pick. The winner at the end of the World Cup will be able to make a donation to the charity of his choice.
Gamble responsibly and we will see you next week! Enjoy the cricket!
CRICKET BADGER PODCAST ARCHIVE
Chris Woakes was delighted to see Ben Stokes recover from a tumultuous period in his career to play a huge part in England’s success.
It’s strange to think there are actually people, real human beings, who dislike cricket. Sunday July 14 will always be known as ‘that day’.
England should only have been awarded five runs and not six for the deflection off Ben Stokes’ bat, according to one former umpire.
Virat Kohli’s facial expressions aside, India’s World Cup will be remembered for one thing – Ravi Jadeja’s fielding.
Shane Warne thinks New Zealand were the better team in the World Cup final but reckons England still deserved to win the tournament.
Jofra Archer picked out Eoin Morgan for special praise following England’s World Cup final triumph over New Zealand on Sunday.
James Buttler, the Cricket Badger, is watching the World Cup Final on TV at home. Cricket 365’s Oli Fisher is at Lord’s…
Eoin Morgan admits England’s World Cup final victory over New Zealand on Sunday is still hard to process.
Ben Stokes doubts there will ever be a better game of cricket than England’s super over victory in the World Cup final against New Zealand.