August 2018

The Cricketer August 2018

Issue 1808
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• The Cricketer unveils its blueprint for the future of English cricket from 2020.
• Mike Atherton, Nick Compton, Bob Willis, Rod Bransgrove, Bryan Henderson, Mick Newell, Kevin Hand and Tammy Beaumont have their say.
• Will India tire of international cricket? Will they become unbeatable? Simon Barnes gives his verdict…
• Huw Turbervill interviews Mike Gatting, John Emburey, Chris Cowdrey, Graham Gooch and Derek Pringle, the five (well, four and a half) England captains in the weird summer of 1988.
• Paul Edwards looks back at England’s previous 999 Tests as they prepare for their 1,000th against India at Edgbaston.
• Rob Bagchi insightfully recalls Len Hutton's 364 against Australia at the Oval, 80 years ago.
• Jack Russell talks about his passion for art (and wicketkeeping) with James Coyne.
• The Big Match sees Yorkshire and Surrey negotiate the sea frets at Scarborough, and Nottinghamshire are profiled in the County Set.
• Our superb columnist line-up of George Dobell, Barney Ronay, Mike Selvey, Nasser Hussain and Michael Henderson are also all present and correct.
• The August issue of The Cricketer – out now!