The experts review the action

'England must stick to Bopara'

Geoffrey Boycott, speaking to Firdose Moonda, says England are back on track, but still far from their best (08:44)

March 6, 2011

Posted by jimbond on (March 7, 2011, 6:06 GMT)

Boycott too has become opportunistic. Support Bopara, Indeed! and forget all that Collingwood is capable of? Leave out the one batsman capable of batting in different gears, countering good quality spin? In fielding itself, Collingwood is so much better than Bopara, that he can contribute as much in fielding as Bopara can do in batting.

Posted by vallavarayar on (March 6, 2011, 20:31 GMT)

Brilliant. A passionate commentary by Geoffrey.

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