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Old 19th May 2020, 11:04   #1
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England resumption.

According to the papers England are going to start international cricket in July with the series against the West Indies. All the tests are going to be held at either Old Trafford or the Ageas Bowl.
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Old 20th May 2020, 11:53   #2
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ICC say sweat is allowed to shine the ball but the ECB say no sweat.

Bowlers

Sam Curran
Tom Curran
Jamie Overton
Craig Overton
Dom Bess
Jack Leach
Lewis Gregory

Mark Wood
Ben Stokes

James Anderson
Saqib Mahmood
Matt Parkinson

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Ollie Robinson
Jofra Archer

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Moeen Ali

The ICC Cricket Committee heard from the Chair of the ICC Medical Advisory Committee Dr Peter Harcourt regarding the elevated risk of the transmission of the virus through saliva, and unanimously agreed to recommend that the use of saliva to polish the ball be prohibited.

The Committee also noted the medical advice that it is highly unlikely that the virus can be transmitted through sweat.

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Old 29th May 2020, 11:55   #3
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Moeen Ali James Anderson Jofra Archer Jonny Bairstow Tom Banton Dom Bess Sam Billings James Bracey Stuart Broad Henry Brookes Pat Brown Rory Burns Jos Buttler Brydon Carse Mason Crane Zak Crawley Sam Curran Tom Curran Liam Dawson Joe Denly Ben Duckett Laurie Evans Ben Foakes Richard Gleeson Lewis Gregory Sam Hain Tom Helm Will Jacks Keaton Jennings Chris Jordan Tom Kohler-Cadmore Dan Lawrence Jack Leach Liam Livingstone Saqib Mahmood Dawid Malan Eoin Morgan Craig Overton Jamie Overton Matt Parkinson Ollie Pope Adil Rashid Ollie Robinson Joe Root Jason Roy Phil Salt Dom Sibley Ben Stokes Olly Stone Reece Topley James Vince Amar Virdi David Willey Chris Woakes Mark Wood

Do they really need that many?
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Old 29th May 2020, 12:00   #4
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I am guessing that in the circumstance of playing more than one format behind closed doors at the same time, they want as many active players as possible to pick from. The talk has been of staging a test match and limited overs match at pretty much the same time.
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Old 29th May 2020, 13:12   #5
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I am guessing that in the circumstance of playing more than one format behind closed doors at the same time, they want as many active players as possible to pick from. The talk has been of staging a test match and limited overs match at pretty much the same time.
I'm not sure about two different formats on the same day and I'd be surprised they could get two nations over at the same time. I'd happily watch England v England Lions though, or perhaps a tri-series as they have enough players.
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Old 29th May 2020, 13:24   #6
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I'm not sure about two different formats on the same day and I'd be surprised they could get two nations over at the same time. I'd happily watch England v England Lions though, or perhaps a tri-series as they have enough players.
I donít know how they intend to work it but perhaps the Pakistan team might be over for limited overs games while West Indies are here for tests. They have a far shorter window for getting their games in. Normally we would have been playing ODIS by now.
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Old 29th May 2020, 14:32   #7
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Moeen Ali James Anderson Jofra Archer Jonny Bairstow Tom Banton Dom Bess Sam Billings James Bracey Stuart Broad Henry Brookes Pat Brown Rory Burns Jos Buttler Brydon Carse Mason Crane Zak Crawley Sam Curran Tom Curran Liam Dawson Joe Denly Ben Duckett Laurie Evans Ben Foakes Richard Gleeson Lewis Gregory Sam Hain Tom Helm Will Jacks Keaton Jennings Chris Jordan Tom Kohler-Cadmore Dan Lawrence Jack Leach Liam Livingstone Saqib Mahmood Dawid Malan Eoin Morgan Craig Overton Jamie Overton Matt Parkinson Ollie Pope Adil Rashid Ollie Robinson Joe Root Jason Roy Phil Salt Dom Sibley Ben Stokes Olly Stone Reece Topley James Vince Amar Virdi David Willey Chris Woakes Mark Wood

Do they really need that many?
Richard Gleeson?, I assume the selectors didn't see his woeful efforts in the Big Bash in Australia, one of the worst overseas player performers in the comp. ever. Maybe he's better than that.

Is Brydon Carse now Qualified.
Good for James Bracey and for Gloucestershire in general, although I would like to have seen Chris Dent considered ahead of Keaton Jennings.

If you didn't get picked, you would feel you have no chance of International Cricket in the forseeable future.
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Old 30th May 2020, 07:52   #8
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Are the ODI and test teams not going to be isolated from each other - ie nobody will play in both formats ?

Hopefully the test team gets priority and picks itself - only question is Buttler .
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... Hopefully the test team gets priority and picks itself - only question is Buttler .
I think I'd want to go for:

Burns
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Root
Stokes
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Bowlers picked taking into account likely conditions. I think the team will need two spinners. If Archer and Wood are fit I think that both of them are better than either Broad and Anderson.
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I'm not sure about two different formats on the same day and I'd be surprised they could get two nations over at the same time. I'd happily watch England v England Lions though, or perhaps a tri-series as they have enough players.
I can't believe they'll play two formats on the same day. Surely it's more likely to be a couple of ODIs in between back-to-back Tests or an ODI series during a ten day break between Tests?

I'm sure we've had two touring sides here before on a number of occasions with one playing warm up matches while the other plays internationals, and sometimes a triangular ODI tournament.
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I If Archer and Wood are fit I think that both of them are better than either Broad and Anderson.
Interesting. I wouldn't agree though. Not if we're playing the Test matches in England, anyway.
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Interesting. I wouldn't agree though. Not if we're playing the Test matches in England, anyway.
If the squads cant overlap then surely Broad and Anderson are in the test team as they aren't ODI players anymore.

Archer is a tough choice - probably test team. Also Stokes.

Leach test team.
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The next big tournament either this year or probably next will be the World T20. I would want those who are likely to be playing in that to be more involved in the limited overs stuff compared to Tests.

Therefore, Archer and Buttler to ODI's as there is competent cover for them in the Test team. Stokes is the toughest one.
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The three test series will be played between 8-28 July. No word on other formats but is seems unlikely that they will be played at the same time.
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The three test series will be played between 8-28 July. No word on other formats but is seems unlikely that they will be played at the same time.
Or at all... ?
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Ian Bell's (yes, I follow him!) take on who would be in a respective test/t20 side if a game was played on the same day. Bairstow/Buttler/Moeen/Archer are in the t20 side and Foakes takes the gloves for the test side.
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The three test series will be played between 8-28 July. No word on other formats but is seems unlikely that they will be played at the same time.
Three W Indian players have pulled out of the squad including Hetmyer which is a shame.
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If Root has said he would miss a Test to attend the birth of his baby - and thus break bio-security - is there any point in picking him ?
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If Root has said he would miss a Test to attend the birth of his baby - and thus break bio-security - is there any point in picking him ?
They will find ways to get around this i'm sure.

If he was just a fringe Test Player, i'm sure it would be harder to get him back into the fold.
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A big difference is that they can actually test him for Covid regularly as they will need to do to secure the grounds as appropriate.
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