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Usman Khawaja expects tight NatWest series

Australia batsman Usman Khawaja still believes the NatWest Series will be a close affair despite England taking a 1-0 lead following their 15-run victory at Lord’s. The 25-year-old has played six Test matches for the Baggy Greens, making his debut in the 2011/12 Ashes series down under against England. Khawaja has never represented his country … Continue reading

Jos Buttler eyeing England chance

Jos Buttler is hoping to get a go against West Indies this Sunday after another strong performance for Somerset in yesterday’s Friends Life t20 victory over Northamptonshire. Buttler starred with the bat as his unbeaten 58 guided the runners-up of the last three years to a thrilling five-wicket win over the Steelbacks with just one … Continue reading

Andre Adams – Is Zealand’s loss, Nottinghamshire’s gain?

Andre (not Andrew as my spell checker prefers to call him) Ryan Adams. Now aged 36, and three quarters, joined the Outlaw’s in 2007 – you would imagine after a highly successful international career with New Zealand. Since joining he has been the main-stay of their attack. 25 wickets in three-and-a-bit games this season, 67 … Continue reading

England’s batting conundrum: Who should be at No.6?

Following Paul Collingwood’s retirement, England took the brave decision to replace him with Eoin Morgan, a proven One-Day and Twenty20 player, but a player with what can only be explained as an average first-class record. Occasionally selectors manage to pull-one out of the bag, selecting someone with a modest record, who then proves himself better at playing … Continue reading

Boyd Rankin Interview: Test cricket Ambition

As featured on AllOutCricket.com Chris Airey chats to big Boyd Rankin: a titan for Ireland and possible  England giant.   Irish cricket has come a long way over the last 10 years,  developing quality young players including Eoin Morgan, and competing well in  World Cups, including that shock win over neighbours England in 2011. But  while … Continue reading

James Vince Interview – Hampshire can gain promotion in 2012

After six long weeks away on tour with the England Lions, James Vince has returned to the Rose Bowl with a new confidence and now hopes this experience will help get Hampshire back into County Cricket’s top flight. Vince’s winter trip began in Bangladesh at the beginning of January and ended in Abu Dhabi playing … Continue reading

England Lions Interview with Boyd Rankin

Ahead of Ireland’s upcoming tour of Kenya, South Africa and the UAE, Bears paceman Boyd Rankin caught up with Boundary about his time with the England Performance Programme in Loughborough and South Africa as well as the England Lions tour of Bangladesh. Early in the New Year, Boyd also represented the first ICC Affiliate/Associate Nations team … Continue reading

Pakistan v England: What The Papers Say

The original article appears on AllOutCricket magazine’s website Chris Airey  takes a look at the newspaper reaction to England’s comprehensive first Test  defeat in Dubai that saw the world’s No.One Test side humbled by 10  wickets. England’s dismal batting England supporters have enjoyed an 18-month period in which English blades  dispatched red leather time and … Continue reading

Chris Wood Interview – I can play for England

Hampshire’s Chris Wood spoke to Boundary Magazine about his amazing start to his professional career, and now the 21-year-old hopes to emulate teammate and close friend James Vince by braking into the England set-up. In 2011, you ended the CB40 campaign as the leading wicket-taker – how was last year for you? It was a nice achievement, … Continue reading

David Saker: ‘Crazy’ that Edgbaston has no Test match in 2013 or 2014

England bowling coach David Saker believes it is ‘crazy’ that Edgbaston will not a host a Test match in 2013 or 2014, despite a new £30million redevelopment of the South and West Stand. The ground boasts a new state of the art Indoor Cricket Centre, some of the best changing rooms in world cricket and … Continue reading

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