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Join Mark Butcher, Yas Rana and the rest of the Wisden Cricket Weekly Podcast team for a weekly digest of the biggest stories from both English cricket and the wider world game.
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On this special episode of the Wisden Cricket Weekly Podcast, Lawrence Booth joins Mark Butcher and Yas Rana to talk about the release of this year's prestigious Wisden Almanack, including the award winners for 2024. The panel remember former Kent and England spinner Derek Underwood, who sadly passed away yesterday at the age of 78, as well as disc…
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Mark Butcher, Ben Gardner, Katya Witney and Yas Rana react to the first week of the County Championship, one that saw Sam Northeast break an all-time record at Lord’s and Sam Cook remind everyone of his England credentials, impressing with the Kookaburra ball. Maia Bouchier talks to Katya about her breakout tour of New Zealand and there is also cha…
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Yas Rana and Phil Walker are joined by Ben Bloom to preview the 2024 county cricket season and discuss the release of Ben's new book – Batting For Time: The Fight To Keep English Cricket Alive. Mark Butcher also joins the show to discuss the county season, as well as Ben Stokes' withdrawal from the T20 World Cup. Finally, Aadya Sharma dials in to c…
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Keaton Jennings joins Phil Walker and Yas Rana to talk about his recent experience with the England Lions in India, the upcoming county season where he will once again captain a Lancashire side well placed to mount a serious title challenge, and how the professional game has changed over the course of his career. Ben Gardner and Katya Witney join Y…
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Matt Roller, Phil Walker and Yas Rana react to a busy week of international cricket, one that saw Jason Roy miss out on a contract for The Hundred. There’s chat about the IPL, which starts on Friday, discussion around making the County Championship more accessible for a younger audience and Ben Gardner also heads to Canterbury for a chat with the n…
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Phil Walker, Katya Witney, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana share their final thoughts on England’s series defeat in India, and ponder what comes next for Ben Stokes’ team. There’s also chat on England’s worst ever winters, the domestic restructure in women’s cricket, the PSL, the WPL, Australia’s win over New Zealand in Christchurch and more. 0:00 Intro /…
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India thumped England by an innings and 64 runs in the fifth Test at Dharamshala to seal a comprehensive 4-1 series victory. Yas Rana, Ben Gardner and Mark Butcher reflect on the final day of the series, including a five-wicket haul for Ravichandran Ashwin in his 100th Test, James Anderson's historic 700th Test wicket and yet another England collap…
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Centuries from Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill ensured India took firm control of the fifth and final Test of the series in Dharamshala. Yas Rana is joined by Aadya Sharma to discuss the action. 0:00 Recap / 1:41 First session / 3:48 England's spinners / 12:44 Padikkal & Sarfaraz / 16:45 The pitch / 19:23 Stokes / 21:36 Wood / 23:11 Outro You can fol…
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Yas Rana and Ben Gardner review all the action from the opening day of the fifth and final Test of the series in Dharmshala – a superb one for Kuldeep Yadav, but a miserable one for the visitors. 0:00 Recap / 1:22 Kuldeep Yadav / 10:35 Zak Crawley / 15:58 England's batting / 24:59 Ollie Pope / 30:47 Yashasvi Jaiswal / 32:25 Outro You can follow Wis…
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Jim Wallace, Katya Witney and Yas Rana preview the fifth India-England Test, one that will see Jonny Bairstow and Ravichandran Ashwin both play their 100th Tests. There’s also chat on Australia’s win over New Zealand, the PSL, the WPL and more. Rob Smyth joins the show to talk about his magazine feature, Mining For Gold. 0:00 Intro / 0:35 Dharamsha…
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Yas Rana, Ben Gardner and Mark Butcher review India's five-wicket victory in the fourth Test at Ranchi – a win that subjected England to their first series defeat under Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum. 0:00 Intro / 0:30 Initial reflections / 12:52 India's young players & Rohit's captaincy / 19:00 Shoaib Bashir / 25:38 England's batting / 29:38 Joe …
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Yas Rana and Abhishek Mukherjee discuss an action packed third day in Ranchi that saw an impressive innings from Dhruv Jurel, a dramatic England collapse and some brilliant spin bowling from both Kuldeep Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin. 0:00 Recap / 1:31 Dhruv Jurel / 3:41 Kuldeep Yadav / 9:14 England's batting & the pitch / 13:35 Ben Foakes / 16:03 …
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Yas Rana and Katya Witney discuss all the main talking points from the second day in Ranchi, including a brilliant spell from Shoaib Bashir, an important contribution from Ollie Robinson and yet another Yashasvi Jaiswal half-century. 0:00 Recap / 1:38 Shoaib Bashir / 8:42 Pitch / 13:38 Ollie Robinson / 16:37 Yashasvi Jaiswal / 20:07 India's batting…
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Yas Rana and Phil Walker reflect on a thrilling first day in Ranchi, headlined by Joe Root's 31st Test century. Akash Deep made an immediate impression on debut, dismissing England's top three in a stunning new ball burst, before Bairstow and Stokes both fell to spin to leave England 112-5 at lunch. The afternoon belonged to Root though, who knuckl…
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With news emerging that Ben Stokes may be able to bowl in the fourth India-England Test at Ranchi and that Jasprit Bumrah is likely to be rested, how much of a chance do England have of forcing a decider? Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana preview the Ranchi Test and look at the other big stories from the world game over the last week. Part of D…
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If day three was bad for England, day four certainly wasn't any better. Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana react to India's thumping 434-run win against England in Rajkot, a victory that puts them 2-1 up in the five-match series. India piled on the runs in the morning session - Yashasvi Jaiswal scoring his second sensational double century of th…
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England endured what could be their worst day of the Bazball era so far, collapsing from 224-2 to 319 in Rajkot. Joe Root's dismissal was the main talking point, out reverse scooping Bumrah to slip for just 18. Yashasvi Jaiswal was superb once again when India began their second innings, easing his way to another Test century - the third of his sho…
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We've got another brilliant Test match on our hands! Yas Rana and Ben Gardner review the second day from Rajkot, headlined by Ben Duckett's stunning unbeaten 133* and Ravichandran Ashwin's 500th Test wicket. 0:00 Recap / 1:31 Ben Duckett / 14:52 Ravichandran Ashwin / 18:55 India's bowling / 24:38 India's batting / 26:32 Penalty runs / 29:19 Which w…
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Yas Rana and Phil Walker reflect on day one of the third India-England Test in Rajkot, which saw centuries for Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja, an impressive debut innings from Sarfaraz Khan and an excellent spell from Mark Wood. 0:00 Recap / 1:22 Which team will be happier? / 7:20 England let a good position slip / 12:09 England bowling / 19:02 S…
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Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana preview the third India-England Test in Rajkot. Ollie Robinson then joins the show, touching on Ollie Pope’s Hyderabad heroics, the philosophy of this England team, Ben Stokes’ tactical nous and having a front row seat for Jasprit Bumrah’s breathtaking spell in Vizag. There's also chat about South Africa's seri…
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Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana react to India’s series-levelling victory in Vizag, where Jasprit Bumrah put in a performance for the ages for the hosts. Despite Bumrah and Jaiswal’s brilliance, was this a missed opportunity for England given the number of high-profile absentees for India? Mark Butcher also joins the show to talk about the ch…
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England fought back brilliantly despite Shubman Gill's third Test century to give themselves a slender chance of winning the second Test in Vizag. The visitors finished day three on 67-1, Ben Duckett the wicket to fall, needing a further 332 runs for victory. Yas Rana and Jo Harman review all the action and look ahead to a potential grandstand fini…
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Yashasvi Jaiswal's superb double century and a stunning spell of fast bowling from Jasprit Bumrah have put India in total control of the second Test in Vizag. Yas Rana and Katya Witney reflect on a brilliant second day for the hosts. 0:00 Recap / 1:41 Jasprit Bumrah / 7:45 Kuldeep Yadav & Yashasvi Jaiswal / 13:07 England / 16:39 Team balance / 19:0…
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Having won the toss and chosen to bat first on a flat pitch in Vizag, India finished the opening day on 336-6 to leave things very much in the balance. On a day where no other Indian batter managed to pass 35, Yashasvi Jaiswal notched an epic second Test century, ending the day unbeaten on 179*. James Anderson bowled with excellent control on his r…
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Two days after England’s extraordinary victory in Hyderabad, Phil Walker, Katya Witney, Jim Wallace and Yas Rana share their thoughts on what must rank as one of England’s greatest away victories. Wisden India editor Aadya Sharma joins the show to report on what the reaction to India’s defeat has been like at home. He also gives us the lowdown on t…
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Wow. What a day of Test cricket that was! West Indies stunned Australia in Brisbane and England pulled off an almighty heist in Hyderabad - both wins spearheaded by seven-wicket hauls from young, unproven red-ball bowlers in Shamar Joseph and Tom Hartley. Yas Rana and Ben Gardner try to make sense of two remarkable games of cricket. Mark Butcher al…
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A truly astonishing century from Ollie Pope has just about kept England's hopes of an unlikely victory in Hyderabad alive. Pope finished the day unbeaten on 148* – a masterful innings in conditions in which he's previously struggled – with England leading by 126 runs heading into the fourth day. Yas Rana and Ben Gardner review all the action. 0:00 …
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India batted for the entirety of day two for the loss of just six wickets, leaving themselves in total control of the first Test at Hyderabad. Joe Root dismissed Yashasvi Jaiswal inside the first over of the day, but England's bowlers generally struggled for control throughout once again. The hosts finished the day 421-7, leading by 175 runs, thank…
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A wonderful knock from 22-year-old Yashasvi Jaiswal has put India in a strong position after the opening day of the series in Hyderabad. Having won the toss and chosen to bat, England were bowled out for 246, with eight wickets shared between India's three spinners. Ben Stokes batted nicely on his return from surgery for 70, but was one of two wick…
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Ahead of the first Test in Hyderabad beginning on Thursday, Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana preview the India-England series one final time. The panel discuss what Virat Kohli and Harry Brook’s absences mean for both sides, a rare home series for Jasprit Bumrah, England’s spinners, Dan Lawrence’s call-up and much more. Mark Butcher and Englan…
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Lawrence Booth – Wisden editor and co-author of Bazball: The Inside Story of a Test Cricket Revolution – joins Will Macpherson, Phil Walker and Yas Rana to talk about England’s Stokes/McCullum era so far and to assess their chances on the daunting upcoming tour of India. There’s also conversation on the BBL, English players thriving on the franchis…
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Nick Compton joins the show to share his memories of England’s historic series win in India back in 2012, still the last time an overseas team has won a Test series away to India. Ben Gardner and Yas Rana talk about the shortest completed Test in the format’s history at Cape Town, pitches, Colin Graves’ potential takeover at Yorkshire and more. Mar…
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A cheery start to 2024! Is this the week that Test cricket died? Mark Butcher, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana ponder what the future of Test and international cricket could look like after South Africa announced a second-string squad to tour New Zealand. The Proteas’ squad includes seven uncapped players and a new captain, with the wholesale changes comi…
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In the second of our Christmas specials, Mark Butcher, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana reflect on 2023 and pick out their moments of the year. They also look forward to 2024, chew the fat on England’s recent series defeat in West Indies and much more. ESPNcricinfo’s Matt Roller joins the show to talk about the IPL auction, while John Spellar MP talks to Y…
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Mark Butcher, Phil Walker, Katya Witney and Yas Rana look back at a busy week in international cricket as the England men’s side continued their tour of the Caribbean with mixed success, losing their first two T20Is before Phil Salt and Harry Brook kept the series alive in thrilling fashion in the third fixture. England women succumbed to a heavy d…
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The panel of Jo Harman, Phil Walker and Yas Rana react to England’s squad announcement for their upcoming tour of India, which saw uncapped spinners Shoaib Bashir and Tom Hartley included for the first time despite the pair’s modest records with the ball in first-class cricket. Elsewhere, Mark Butcher joins the show to talk about England’s ODI seri…
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A brilliant Shai Hope hundred took West Indies over the line against a new-look England side in Antigua. Mark Butcher, Phil Walker, Jo Harman and Yas Rana react to that result, before the panel of Phil, Jo and Yas predict England’s squad for their upcoming Test tour of India. There’s also discussion on the latest batch of England women’s central co…
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Will Macpherson joins Ben Gardner, Katya Witney and Yas Rana on this week’s show to talk about England’s upcoming tour of West Indies (that starts this Sunday!), IPL retention day and India’s ongoing T20I series against Australia that started just four days after the end of the 2023 World Cup. Will also provides insight on what’s going on at Sussex…
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The panel of Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana review the 2023 World Cup, picking out their moments and stories of the tournament as well as having another look back at yesterday’s extraordinary final in Ahmedabad. Jonathan Trott chats to Jo Harman about Afghanistan’s campaign before Saj Sadiq joins at the end of the show to talk about a chaoti…
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A sensational hundred from Travis Head inspired Australia to a sixth men’s World Cup title as India failed to get over the line at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Mark Butcher, Jo Harman, Phil Walker and Yas Rana review a final where everything went right for Pat Cummins’ men. Find out more about our video partners, SEEEN: https://seeen.com You can foll…
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Australia beat South Africa by three wickets in an epic World Cup semi-final at Eden Gardens. Mark Butcher, Phil Walker and Yas Rana reflect on a game that had it all before looking forward to Sunday’s final between India and Australia. Find out more about our video partners, SEEEN: https://seeen.com You can follow Wisden Cricket on Facebook, Insta…
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India are in the World Cup final thanks to hundreds from Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer, as well as a seven-wicket haul from Mohammed Shami. Mark Butcher, Jo Harman and Yas Rana react to the result and wonder what it takes to beat this India side. There’s also discussion on New Zealand’s campaign and Daryl Mitchell, who today made the highest ever sc…
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Our panel of Jo Harman, Katya Witney, Phil Walker and Yas Rana preview 2023 World Cup knockouts with India, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa all vying for the title in the final week of competition. Mark Butcher joins the show to talk about England’s squad for the two white-ball tours of the Caribbean next month. Elsewhere, there’s discussio…
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Ben Gardner and Yas Rana react to India's ninth consecutive win at the 2023 World Cup and discuss how they can be stopped ahead of the knockouts. There's also conversation on Netherlands' campaign and what's next for Dutch cricket. You can follow Wisden Cricket on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok: https://www.facebook.com/WisdenCric https://…
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Yas Rana and Mark Butcher react to England’s last game of the 2023 World Cup, which saw them end their disappointing campaign with a comfortable victory against Pakistan. Ben Gardner then joins Yas to discuss Australia’s eight-wicket win against Bangladesh - their seventh victory in a row ahead of the semi-finals - which was spearheaded by Mitchell…
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Afghanistan’s World Cup journey ended with defeat to South Africa in Ahmedabad, with the Proteas successfully chasing down 245 for the loss of five wickets. Katya Witney, Cameron Ponsonby and Ben Gardner discuss the game, and react to the day’s breaking news that Sri Lanka have been suspended by the ICC due to government interference. You can follo…
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New Zealand comprehensively beat Sri Lanka to effectively seal the fourth 2023 World Cup semi-final spot. A rapid half-century for Kusal Perera and a gutsy final-wicket stand weren’t enough for Sri Lanka whose heavy defeat leaves them in ninth place. Jim Wallace and Yas Rana look back at the game and also preview the semi-finals. You can follow Wis…
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England finally recorded their second win of the 2023 World Cup, with Ben Stokes’ first World Cup hundred powering them to a comfortable 160-run victory against Netherlands in Pune. Katya Witney, Mark Butcher and Yas Rana discuss the result and England’s campaign to this point, before spending some more time reflecting on Glenn Maxwell’s incredible…
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Phil Walker, Ben Gardner and Yas Rana review the last week of action at the 2023 World Cup - one that has seen the semi-final race burst into life. Mark Butcher joins to share his views on Angelo Mathews’ controversial timed out dismissal against Bangladesh, while Katya Witney joins Yas at the end to talk about Glenn Maxwell’s extraordinary match-w…
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Angelo Mathews became the first player in the history of international cricket to be dismissed timed out as Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by three wickets in Delhi. Ben Gardner and Estelle Vasudevan reflect on that incident and the rest of the action from a memorable clash. You can follow Wisden Cricket on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok: https…
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