The Cricketer February 2024

Issue 2402
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• George Dobell ponders what good The Hundred will do England in their Tests in India
• Jonathan Trott tells us how he believes England can win in India
• Graeme Fowler says looking after the ball in India is key
• Vic Marks hails the potential of his fellow Somerset offspinner Shoaib Bashir
• Mike Selvey reflects on the news that South Africa are sending a reserve squad to New Zealand
• England’s 2005/06 series in India is recalled in Eyewitness
• Anindya Dutta pays tribute to Bishan Bedi
• Huw Turbervill is looking forward to a 2024 where England’s men will play 17 Tests
• Nat Sciver-Brunt tells Annesha Ghosh how having a break has recharged her batteries
• Nick Friend says the relentlessness of the domestic schedule makes it unsustainable
• David Gower says there’s (Shai) Hope for Caribbean cricket yet after watching West Indies beat England
• Colin Croft comes off his long run to explain why West Indies players take the franchise buck
• Taha Hashim writes about his favourite cricketer, Brendon McCullum
• Endeavour showrunner/writer Russell Lewis explains why he loves cricket
• John Swannick asks whether the ECB’s All Stars Cricket youth programme is doing the job it’s supposed to