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Bob Hope and no hope

Jonathan Harris-Bass is joined by Mark Butcher, Andrew McGlashan and George Dobell to discuss England's desperate form going into the World T20 (41:32)

March 12, 2014

Posted by LeeHallam on (March 15, 2014, 7:38 GMT)

Bored with every discussion being about KP. For the record his record in ODI in last 2 years is that he averaged 28.44, 17.75 in the last year. He has only played one T20 in the last two years in which he did not bat. He was a fading player, and his time is gone. Move on.

Posted by stalefresh on (March 14, 2014, 3:01 GMT)

Mark Butcher is spot on. England needs those personality player, even in test match cricket. KP is one such guy. What a waste.

Posted by andrew-schulz on (March 14, 2014, 1:11 GMT)

Can't get the thing to work. Sounds like a fair assessment though. Not a good time to dump Pieterson, with a heap of short form cricket coming up. The loss of Root may be a blessing though.

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