Bye: We provided Hong Kong cricket with a little promotion in a previous addition of Extras…
… and now England speed merchant Tymal Mills is heading east to blitz any batsmen that come before him.
Leg Bye: We provided Pakistan cricket with a little promotion (Because it needs it, it’s not like cricket is already big in Pakistan!) in a previous addition of Extras…
… and now England ‘speed merchant’ Steven Finn is heading east to blitz any batsmen that come before him.
No Ball: Liam Livingstone for England anybody?
… or at least in your Telegraph fantasy team. Watch out for my article in April on who, why and how to pick a successful team!
P.S. Despite LLs 50, we lost the T20I against Zimbabwe in Boston, USA by nine wickets with none of our bowlers able to strike. Our solitary wicket was a run out.
Wide: Duckett delivers!
It’s back to back wins for England’s Test side after victory in Sharjah. With Haseeb Hameed and Keaton Jennings rested, Ben Duckett made the most (Well, made something) of the opportunity to bat in his recognised position by scoring exactly 50. Duckett put on 47 for the first wicket with debutant Daniel Bell-Drummond, who made 8. Jake Ball recorded match figures of 12-62 as UAE were bowled out for just 61 in their first innings and courtesy of some generous bowling changes, a more respectable 163 in their second. Adil Rashid batted as well as anybody for England in recent times when making 59 batting at six in England’s second innings. Rashid shared a last wicket stand of 48 with a determined Jack Leach before Ball led England to a 175-run victory.