Wisden 2019 provides a contemporary review of the rise and rise of the England one-day team as they head towards a home World Cup in the summer. In addition Editor Laurence Booth has selected some interesting features about cricket, on and off the field, such as the 1979 tournament, when England made it to the final, but lost out to Clive Lloyd's all-conquering West Indians, Jon Hotten's tricky life of the groundsman, under pressure from player and administrator alike and a review of how cricket began again in 1919, a few months after the end of the First World War.

Editor Lawrence Booth
Pages 1536
Price £55