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New Zealand in England 2015

The epic chase that wasn't, Danny's last stand, and rapid doubles

May 18, 2015: Lord's this week will mark the 100th time England and New Zealand have faced each in Tests. We pick 10 notable clashes between the two nations

Andrew McGlashan

England news

The candidates to replace Downton

Apr 9, 2015: ESPNcricinfo runs the rule over those in the frame for the director of England cricket role to be created by the ECB

George Dobell

What makes a good commentator?

Apr 1, 2015: The best are subtle, unhurried cheerleaders who never rush to judgement but rise above the din

Rob Steen

England news

Strauss, Hussain among those out of England running

Oct 9, 2013: Andrew Strauss, Angus Fraser and Nasser Hussain have all confirmed they are not in the running to replace Hugh Morris as managing director of England cricket

George Dobell

England news

Strauss the perfect fit for ECB

Sep 13, 2013: With a complicated web to weave, the ECB may have identified the ultimate company man in charming, soothing Andrew Strauss

David Hopps

ESPNcricinfo for Cricket Summit

'Restore Champions Trophy, restrict bilateral ODIs'

Aug 20, 2013: Nasser Hussain and Rahul Dravid, former England and India captains, have called for the restoration of the Champions Trophy and the severe restriction of bilateral limited-overs series to reinvigorate Test cricket

Nagraj Gollapudi in London

The Investec Ashes 2013

Is the leadership weighing heavy on Cook?

Jul 29, 2013: He has less than 100 runs in four Ashes innings - bringing to mind a number of England captains whose batting suffered when in charge

Rob Smyth

Bopara and the cultural conundrum

Jul 3, 2013: Why does Britain still await its first batting star of Asian stock?

Rob Steen

The burden of being Ramps

Jul 11, 2012: In all the talk about Mark Ramprakash's unfulfilled talent, there is little acknowledgement of the unique pressures he faced

Rob Steen

'Will Fletcher risk annoying a lot of people in India?'

Sep 7, 2011: Nasser Hussain looks at the challenge ahead of his former coach, his own experience as a British Asian captaining England, and how to balance cricket's three formats

Interview by Sharda Ugra

Nasser Hussain

'As captain you need people to want to play for you'

Sep 6, 2011: The former England captain talks about leadership, the captaincy styles of Strauss and Dhoni, and more

Interview by Sharda Ugra

India in England 2011

IPL influence needs careful managing - Hussain

Sep 4, 2011: Nasser Hussain has said the IPL, world cricket's richest 'domestic' Twenty20 tournament, will 'entice' and 'exhaust' players in the future if it is not carefully handled by national boards

Sharda Ugra

India in England 2011

Hussain says series will point way ahead for India

Sep 4, 2011: India's one-day series against England is, Nasser Hussain believes, less about a result and, more finding out where their team is headed

Sharda Ugra

England news

England geared for ODI improvement - Hussain

Sep 3, 2011: England "need to learn to win in one-day cricket" as they have what it takes to emulate the dominance of West Indies in the 1970-80s and Australia in the 2000s, says Nasser Hussain

Sharda Ugra

1999

When Nasser was booed at The Oval

Aug 27, 2011: They might be the world No. 1 at the moment, but exactly 12 years ago a defeat at The Oval left England at the bottom of the table

Martin Williamson

England's rise to No. 1

England reach their first peak

Aug 14, 2011: The groundwork which enabled England to reach No. 1 in the Test rankings was put in place before the new millennium

Andrew McGlashan

Nasser Hussain

'I wish I could have batted like KP'

Apr 11, 2010: Nasser Hussain talks about turning into a batsman, fear of failure, his relationship with Duncan Fletcher and leaving at the right time

Interview by John Stern

England v Australia, first Test, Edgbaston, 1997

Summer sun, something's begun

Feb 28, 2010: Sure Australia were plagued by injuries, but Nasser Hussain gave the English fans hope this year would be different

Andrew Hughes

England v West Indies, 1st npower Test, Lord's, 1st day

Shades of Hussain as Bopara arrives

May 6, 2009: The following scenario may sound familiar. England are at a low ebb after a desperate winter campaign, and a new coach decides it's time to take a punt with one of the most problematic positions in the side

Andrew Miller at Lord's

Joe Hussain 1940-2008

Nasser Hussain's father dies aged 68

Apr 29, 2008: Joe Hussain, the father of former England captain Nasser Hussain, died in his sleep on April 26, aged 68

ESPNcricinfo staff
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