Michael, Phil and Ben reflect on yet another series defeat for England’s white-ball cricketers after a chastening loss to South Africa. Although England have gone through a home summer without a white-ball series win for the first time since 2013, the boys say it is too soon to panic.
Jason Roy’s struggles with the bat have been a talking point but Vaughany says it is important Matthew Mott and Jos Buttler stand by him if England are to stand any chance of winning the World Cup in October.
England’s women, on the other hand, have had a summer to remember. After navigating their home matches undefeated, they are now in action in the Commonwealth Games and are hoping to top it all off with a gold medal. Sophia Dunkley, one of the young stars of the team, joins the guys from Birmingham to discuss the summer, the Commonwealth games, taking inspiration from the Lionesses and the future of the women’s game.
Plus, we talk about the return of the Hundred and give YOU the opportunity to have a free hit at Phil!
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