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Matt Prior's son has some very specific demands when they play backyard cricket together.
What's happened to Albie Morkel?
AB de Villiers was with Morkel at the time.
As we all know, to win cricket matches you don't need skill, determination, fitness, organisation or anything like that - you need momentum. Who's got the momentum in the ICC World Twenty20? After one match, Farveez Maharoof felt it was Sri Lanka.
But if early momentum's important, Stuart Broad's confident:
They haven't even started yet and they've already got momentum. Jade Dernbach agrees.
And Luke Wright:
That's a fair point. All of this rather assumes that the teams will be able to retain any early momentum. Surely, if anything, you want late momentum in a tournament where the final's at the end.
The change in momentum
James Franklin knows how quickly momentum can be lost.
Pat Cummins has a new skill.
Today's England cricketer knows the importance of eating well. Yesterday's England cricketer, however…
The breakfast beverage
Lou Vincent is starting early.
What's your philosophy?
Shaun Pollock. Obviously.
Like when you're winded, you mean?
Durham's Ben Stokes is feeling peckish.
Don't take it down. Just eat there. Why does an activity as common as eating always have to revolve around destruction?
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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