England Women v New Zealand Women, 2nd ODI, Derby
The 17-year-old New Zealand allrounder reflects on the importance of variations for a legspinner
- Players/Officials : Amelia Kerr
Suzie Bates reflects on her record-breaking 124 not out off 66 balls against South Africa, at Taunton.
See ball, hit ball: Seventeen-year-old allrounder's philosophy during her unbeaten 232
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The Match Day team look ahead to Afghanistan and Bangladesh's Super Four clash, with both sides fighting to stay alive in the Asia Cup | Sep 21, 2018
Deep Dasgupta says Pakistan tried too hard to 'prove a point' in their previous meeting against India, and expects them to be sharper and more professional in the Super Four clash | Sep 21, 2018
Deep Dasgupta says targeting Afghanistan's weaker bowlers was the key to Pakistan's narrow win | Sep 21, 2018
Eisha Acton brings you all the weekly chatter from the world of cricket including the top banter from the Asia Cup and D'Arcy Short's dog woes | Sep 21, 2018
Deep Dasgupta praises Rohit Sharma's performance against Bangladesh, and wonders who might be India's long-term ODI pick at number four | Sep 21, 2018
Shahriar Nafees says the batting was to blame for Bangladesh's defeat against India | Sep 21, 2018
Deep Dasgupta and Shahriar Nafees analyse the first innings of the first two Asia Cup Super Four matches | Sep 21, 2018
England's chief selector Ed Smith explains the factors that led to Rory Burns and Joe Denly finding a spot in the Test squad for the Sri Lanka tour | Sep 21, 2018
At just 17, New Zealand's Amelia Kerr smashed the highest women's ODI score against Ireland
Mark Butcher breaks down which matches stand out after the announcement of the fixtures for the 2019 World Cup
After landing a surprise bid from three franchises in the IPL 2018 auction, the New Zealander will hope to do justice to the big money in...
Alan Gardner is joined by Mark Butcher, Andrew Miller and Andrew McGlashan from New Zealand to discuss the end of England's tour of New Z...
Andrew McGlashan says the weather - bad light and some rain - could shorten the final day of the Test series in Christchurch
Andrew McGlashan reviews day three of the second Test where England are in a good position to level the series against New Zealand