Posts Tagged: Steven Finn

Congratulations to Bangladesh as England Spin to Defeat

Bangladesh Cricket logo

Well done Bangladesh on a first test win over Eng­land. The vic­tory was thor­oughly deserved and the series could have so eas­ily fin­ished 2–0 to the hosts rather than the 1–1 draw. Both matches were excel­lent adverts for test crick­et in that they were test­ing for both teams with the Tigers in my mind claim­ing… Read more »

Points to Ponder After Opening Loss

One test in, Eng­land are one-nil down. Well done Pakistan Hav­ing brushed Sri Lanka aside Eng­land are in the midst of a much stern­er test against an in-form Pakistan. And the vis­it­ors suc­ceeded where many oth­ers have failed of late, i.e. to expose England’s weak­nesses. Per­haps England’s main weak­ness is a lack of top qual­ity… Read more »

3–0 to England… what have we learned?

The Ashes urn

I’ve been away on hol­i­day for the past 2½ weeks and haven’t had chance to write about the crick­et.  Dur­ing that time there have been 2 more Ashes test matches and Eng­land have exten­ded their lead to 3–0.  Hav­ing been away from all the talk­ing heads I haven’t heard what they have to say, so… Read more »

England vs New Zealand: Second Test, Day 5

England v New Zealand

And so it happened. Eng­land wrapped up a con­vin­cing vic­tory thus tak­ing the series 2–0. It was all a little too easy. Only the weath­er could have saved New Zea­l­and from cer­tain defeat. It rained, but just not quite enough, and Eng­land stepped up to the plate and showed their true class. They are a… Read more »