Cricket Captain 2019 will be released on May 30th to coincide with the ODI Cricket World Cup!
You can read about the new features here…
With Cricket 19 released on console just two days earlier, it’ll be a busy gaming time for cricket fans.
We’ve got to get out of the house and look after our families sometimes though, so I’ll be giving Cricket Captain 2019 a miss, for now at least.
If you buy it then good luck and enjoy!
The word from the horse’s mouth is that Cricket Captain 2019 will be “Releasing for the start of the World Cup”.
Big Ant’s latest console effort, Cricket 19, will be with us around the same time and it’s great that the latest instalment of Cricket Captain will be arriving to coincide with this summer’s showcase too.
Don’t worry Dawid. If I get my hands on Cricket Captain 2019 for the Mac or dig out my PS4 and buy Cricket 19, I’ll provide you with another England cap!
It’s safe to say that England’s T20I series in the West Indies hasn’t quite been what DM was hoping for…
On another positive Dawid, with first team England appearances err, appearing unlikely, I might find a place for you in my Telegraph Fantasy Cricket Team. Clouds and silver linings and all that!
Cricket Captain 2019: What I’d like to See
I posted a ‘Suggestions for 2019’ article last year…
…but now that we’re in 2019, it seems like an appropriate time to revisit this.
Telegraph Fantasy Cricket CC/ODC 2019: How to Select a Team
As with Cricket Captain, 2019 is upon us, so if we want to succeed at TFC, then we already need to get our thinking caps on! Again, as with Cricket Captain, I’ve put forward my tactics before but feel that I can now expand on those in greater depth.
I’ll likely do both the above articles as audiocasts. My short-lived YouTube experiment is probably on hiatus. I just don’t have the space to be able to keep it clean and make it look sleek. I’ve got some really good ideas but with a second child having just arrived in a very small house, the audiocasts are a bit more feasible than recording videos.
Shehan Karunatilaka: Chinaman Book Review
I’m about fifty pages into this and am enjoying it so far. There’s such a lack of quality cricket fiction out there but hopefully this has bucked the trend.
Please take at look at my previous book reviews here…
Many thanks for following and please keep doing so as we approach a magical year for cricket… 2020!