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Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where Pakistan are firmly in control of the 1st Test against England. After the tourists were all out for 326, with Shan Masood scoring a superb 156, their bowlers seized the moment to leave England on 92-4 at the close. Aggers, Michael Vaughan and Azhar Mahmood look back on the day while Henry Moeran interviews Masood and England bowler Jofra Archer, who discusses England's display and how he felt to miss the 2nd Test against West Indies when he broke the bio-secure protocols. There's also an interview with PCB chairman Ehsan Mani on why he thinks England should tour in Pakistan once again and whether we could see a Test match against neighbours India soon.
In this episode, Atul Wassan tells us about Robin Singh, who came from West Indies to India for his post-graduation, but fell in love with cricket early on and started playing for Tamil Nadu. Tune in to this episode as we take a look at his incredible cricket journey.
Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where England endured a frustrating first day in the 1st Test against Pakistan. Rain interruptions and some excellent batting from Babar Azam allowed the tourists to finish the day on 139-2. Azhar Mahmood tells Aggers why he thinks it's been a good day for Pakistan while Michael Vaughan asks whether Azam could have a similar impact on this series as Steve Smith did in the 2019 Ashes. Dan Norcross gets reaction from England head coach Chris Silverwood and Pakistan opener Shan Masood and, with a new biography about the late Bob Willis being released this week, Aggers speaks to his widow Lauren and brother David about Headingley 81, Bob's style of punditry and his love of Bob Dylan.
In this episode, Atul Wassan talks about an Australian cricketer who is known for his incredible reflexes and commendable catching skills, he is none other than Mark Waugh! Tune in to hear interesting stories about his life and game.
In this episode, Atul Wassan talks about the cheetah skills that Jonty Rhodes exhibited on the field, his cricket journey, and more! Tune in for some interesting facts about his game and life.
Tuffers & Vaughan: Collingwood and Trescothick on coaching, England against Pakistan, and facing Wasim and Waqar
Phil and Michael are joined by Paul Collingwood and Marcus Trescothick to discuss England’s ODI series victory over Ireland, their experience of coaching the side, and how England can still improve in the 50-over having won the World Cup last year. We get the inside track on Pakistan with the PCB Managing Director Wasim Khan ahead of the start of the Test series. PLUS we get Michael and Phil’s memories of facing some of Pakistan’s legendary quicks Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis.
In this episode, Atul Wassan talks about the incredible career of 'Kalai ka Jadoogar' - none other than Mohammad Azharuddin! Did you know, he was not only known for his batting magic, but for his fielding skills too? Tune in to know more such interesting stories.
After speculations about it being postponed to next year, like other a major sporting events, the world's richest T20 cricket tournament is now scheduled to take place amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and subject to government approvals will take place in UAE between September 19 to November 8. In this episode Gaurav and Mihir talk about why the BCCI could not afford to postpone it, why UAE has been picked as the destination, and what its logistics would look like. Additional link - Shamik's IPL piece (https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/explained-how-uae-saved-bcci-millions-of-dollars-6525623/)
In this episode, Atul Wassan talks about the king of legendary batting skills, flamboyant hairstyles, and a lot of controversies - Kevin Pietersen! Tune in to know more such interesting trivia about his life!
In this episode, Atul Wassan tells us about the Andrew Symonds' game and controversies! Did you know, he was offered to play for the team of England, but let go of the offer to play for Australia? Tune in for more such trivia about him!
England 's 2020 Test series victory against West Indies will be the last time the two countries contest the Wisden Trophy. The next time they meet in a series they will play for the Richards-Botham Trophy, named after two legends of the game: Sir Viv Richards and Sir Ian Botham. In this special TMS podcast, the two men tell Isa Guha about their friendship, their period together as team-mates at Somerset and their rivalry on the pitch when on opposite sides for their respective nations.
In this episode, Atul Wassan tells us Kapil Dev's legendary journey! He talks about how the cricket fever once was not as high as it is today, and things took a turn only once Kapil Dev held the victory cup for India during the 1983 world cup! Tune in to know more such stories in this episode.
Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where England have won the third Test and the series against West Indies. It was a momentous day for Stuart Broad as he became only the second Englishman to take 500 Test wickets. Aggers, Michael Vaughan and Carlos Brathwaite review the series while we get reaction from Broad and the respective captains, Joe Root and Jason Holder. Broad's partner-in-crime Jimmy Anderson discusses their close relationship on and off the pitch, plus there are further tributes from former England skipper Alastair Cook and the chairman of the club where Broad played as a youngster.
Is the COVID-19 pause a good opportunity to shake up the way Indian cricket works? From the IPL coming back and the question marks it poses to Indian domestic scene to their own personal experiences in the system and their ambitions for change, veteran coach KP Bhaskar and Ranji Trophy winner Sheldon Jackson discuss the impact of the pandemic on cricket in India.
England batsman Ollie Pope joins Phil Tufnell, Michael Vaughan and Mark Chapman to give the view from the dressing room, as England prepare to try and seal a series win over the West Indies.There's high praise for Pope from Tuffers and Vaughan, who say he's reminiscent of England captain Joe Root. The panel also look at Stuart Broad's excellent form since returning to the side, and assess the squad for the ODI series against Ireland.
Daniel Norcross presents from a wet Old Trafford on day four of the 3rd Test between England and West Indies. Play was abandoned due to the weather and will resume on the final day with the tourists on 10-2, chasing an unlikely 399 to win. Joe Root's side will need to take eight wickets to win the Test and series. Due to the washout Simon Mann took the opportunity to chat with summariser Carlos Brathwaite and asked him to answer some of our listeners' questions. Inevitably much of the discussion surrounded the World T20 Final in 2016 when he hit four successive sixes in the final over to lead West Indies to victory against England. He reveals what was going through his mind as Ben Stokes bowled at him in that finale and what was said between the pair afterwards. Amidst all the cricket talk, we also let Carlos have a go at doing the Shipping Forecast!
Dan Norcross presents a bonus TMS podcast to commemorate the 30th anniversary of one of the most famous innings ever played at Lord's: when Graham Gooch scored 333 against India in the 1st Test. You'll hear a replay of a special programme presented by Jonathan Agnew featuring archive commentary and some of the main protagonists from that memorable 1990 match including Gooch himself, Kapil Dev and Mohammad Azharuddin. Then Dan, Phil Tufnell, Andy Zaltzman and Vic Marks get together to recall their memories and talk about Gooch's England career.
30: क्रिकेट फैंस के लिए खुशखबरी है। वेस्टइंडीज और इंग्लैंड के बीच टेस्ट सीरीज का आखिरी मैच जारी। लीजेंड्स ऑफ चेस, भारतीय ग्रैंडमास्टर विश्वनाथन आनंद की पांचवीं हार
आईपीएल 2020 का आयोजन 19 सितंबर से यूएई में किया जाएगा | वेस्टइंडीज और इंग्लैंड के बीच टेस्ट सीरीज का आखिरी मैच जारी, सुनिए खेल से जुडी और भी कई खबरें इस एपिसोड में रत्नाकर पांडेय के साथ।
In this episode, Atul Wassan talks about a Gabbar of cricket from South Africa - Shaun Pollock! Atul Wassan tells us how Shaun never professionally learnt cricket, instead, it was something running in his genes. Did you know, he is the 7th highest wicket-taker in the world? Tune in for more such stories!
Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where England are on the verge of a series win over West Indies following the third day of the deciding Test. Stuart Broad’s six wickets across two innings have not only brought Joe Root’s side close to victory but also left the bowler just one away from 500 career Test wickets. His four in four overs had the tourists 197 all out, 172 behind. England later declared on 226-2 with Rory Burns hitting 90 and Dom Sibley and Root scoring 56 and 68 respectively to set Jason Holder’s side a target of 399. But thanks to Broad's efforts with the ball, the tourists finished on 10-2 in their second innings at the close. Aggers, Michael Vaughan and Carlos Brathwaite discuss the action while Simon Mann gets the thoughts of Burns and Roston Chase. There’s also an interview with Surrey chief Executive Rchard Gould and a Surrey fan as the Oval held the first sporting event in England with a crowd since lockdown began.
In this episode, Atul Wassan talks about the legendary all-rounder from West Indies, Garry Sobers! He started his journey with test cricket at the tender age of 17 and went on to win many accolades! Tune in to know more such fascinating stories about Garry Sobers.
Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where England are in a good position to win the 3rd Test - and the series - against the West Indies. Stuart Broad's rapid-fire 62 helped Joe Root's side to a total of 369. He and his old pal Jimmy Anderson then took two wickets apiece as the tourists closed on 137-6. Aggers, Michael Vaughan and Carlos Brathwaite pick over the day's play while Eleanor Oldroyd chats both to Broad and to Kemar Roach, who joined an exclusive group of West Indian bowlers to take 200 Test wickets. Elsewhere, there's an interview with two sisters who have composed Full Tosca - TMS: The Opera during lockdown and we rewind to 1991 to hear a classic View from the Boundary interview with the legendary actor Peter O'Toole, who recalls playing cricket on the set of Lawrence of Arabia with Omar Sharif.
Today (25th July, 2020) would have been the first day of the Tokyo Olympics, but thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic that was not to be. In this episode, Mihir and Gaurav discuss what this postponement has meant for Indian athletes that had been preparing for it and what India’s chances would have been this time.
Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where England have the upper hand after the first day of the 3rd test between England and the West Indies. After looking shaky at 122-4, unbeaten knocks of 91 from Ollie Pope and 56 from Jos Buttler leave Joe Root’s side in a good position. Michael Vaughan, Carlos Brathwaite and Aggers look back on the day while Eleanor Oldroyd speaks to Pope about his innings and whether he’ll be able to sleep with a century so close. Sir Andrew Strauss joins Aggers to discuss his late's wife's foundation on Red For Ruth day.
In this episode, Atul Wassan tells us stories from the life of Ian Botham. He shares how Ian fell in love with both football and cricket as a child and how he thought he will play football for the rest of his life. Things took a turn, and he took up cricket professionally. Tune in to know why and how this happened with some more interesting stories from his life!
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by former West Indies T20 captain Carlos Braithwaite, England World Cup winner Isa Guha and the BBC’s cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew to preview the third Test between England and the West Indies at Old Trafford. Brathwaite expresses concerns about the way the English public treat their X-Factor players – comparing the treatment of Jofra Archer to that of Kevin Pietersen. Former England and Somerset spinner Vic Marks, who is also the cricket correspondent for The Guardian and The Observer, joins the pod to discuss how England should use spinners Dom Bess and Jack Leach in the future.
Michael Vaughan and Phil Tufnell join Eleanor Oldroyd to review England's 113-run victory over the West Indies in the second Test at Old Trafford. They look at the impact of Ben Stokes, and whether he is now one of the World's best batsmen. They also look ahead to the third Test, looking at whether England should stick with the same bowling line-up, or restore Jimmy Anderson and Jofra Archer to the team. And Elly has a cookery challenge for Tuffers and Vaughan.
Jonathan Agnew presents the TMS podcast from Old Trafford, where England have levelled the series against the West Indies with a 113-run victory in the second Test. Michael Vaughan and Carlos Brathwaite discuss where it was won and lost with Simon Mann, while Aggers gets reaction from England captain Joe Root, man-of-the-match Ben Stokes and West Indies skipper Jason Holder. Elsewhere Sir Alastair Cook explains why he’s leaving the commentary box to put his pads back on for Essex and Aggers is joined by a panel of journalists to discuss Jofra Archer’s exclusion from this match for breaching the bio-secure protocols.
सबा करीम ने बीसीसीआई क्रिकेट परिचालन प्रमुख के पद से दिया इस्तीफा, दक्षिण अफ्रीका में नए फॉर्मेट में क्रिकेट खेला जा रहा है और एफसी गोवा 2021-22 में होने वाली एसीएल में भाग लेने वाला पहला भारतीय क्लब बनेगा
Jonathan Agnew presents the TMS podcast after an exciting fourth day of the second Test between England and the West Indies at Old Trafford. England will begin the final day 219 runs ahead on 37-2 after the tourists were bowled out for 287. Aggers, Michael Vaughan and Carlos Brathwaite review a lively final session that saw Stuart Broad take 3 wickets in 14 deliveries and Joe Root send out Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler to open their second innings. Eleanor Oldroyd speaks to Broad and West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite and there’s an interview with West Indies chief executive Johnny Grave about the decision to send the team to play in England and how COVID-19 could affect the game on the islands.
In this episode, Atul Wassan tells us the story of the legendary cricketer Mahela Jayawardene. Atul Wassan shares how everyone used to underestimate Mahela Jayawardane, but they truly understood his magic after seeing his incredible cover drive shots! Tune in to hear more such interesting stories about the life and times of Mahela Jayawardane.
Allison Mitchell presents the TMS podcast from a soaked Old Trafford, where persistent rain meant there was no play on the third day of the 2nd Test between England and the West Indies. However, there’s still plenty to enjoy from the TMS team. Allison speaks to Sir Alastair Cook and Phil Tufnell about Ben Stokes after yet another brilliant innings and how he may develop over the next couple of years. With The Oval set to be one of the venues to trial welcoming back fans to cricket grounds, the Surrey chief executive Richard Gould explains how preparations are going. And it’s cricket, but not as we know it…commentator Pommie Mbangwa joins the team to discuss the inaugural Solidarity Cup in South Africa: a new format featuring three teams each facing 12 overs in two six-over blocks, with the match split into two halves.
International cricket made a comeback amidst the pandemic with the test series between England and West Indies. The series took place under a 'biosecure bubble’ and turned out to be a fascinating affair with West Indies recording an emphatic four-wicket win over England in the first Test of the three-match series. The event, like so many others, took place without a live audience. In this episode, Gaurav and Mihir talk about West Indies’ win, the conditions under which the match took place and whether a live audience ends up helping or hurting the player's performance and the viewing experience.
Jonathan Agnew looks back on day two of the 2nd Test between England and the West Indies at Old Trafford. 176 runs from Ben Stokes and Dom Sibley’s 120 put Joe Root’s men firmly in charge as they declared at 469-9. The tourists ended the day on 32-1 after John Campbell was dismissed LBW by Sam Curran following a review. Carlos Braithwaite and Michael Vaughan review the day’s action with Aggers, while Eleanor Oldroyd speaks to Stokes about his century and how the team has rallied around Jofra Archer following his exclusion from the match for a breach of the bio-secure protocols, as well as West Indies all-rounder Roston Chase. There’s also an interview with the remarkable former Warwickshire batsman Andy Moles, who has been walking 10km for charity despite having his lower left leg amputated just three months ago.
Jonathan Agnew reflects on an attritional first day of the second test between England and the West Indies at Old Trafford. Joe Root’s side recovered from being reduced to 29-2 to close on 207-3, with Dom Sibley and Ben Stokes unbeaten on 86 and 59 runs respectively. TMS summarisers Michael Vaughan and Carlos Braithwaite give their reaction to the day’s play and to Jofra Archer’s exclusion from the team after a breach of the bio-secure protocols. We’ll also get reaction from England coach Chris Silverwood.
In this episode, Atul Wassan tells us the tales of India's batting god, Sunil Gavaskar! He shares stories of how Gavaskar compensated for his duck innings during his first Ranjhi Trophy, how he was selected for the India team during his first season itself! Tune in for more such stories.
In this episode, Atul Wassan talks about the legendary batsman from Pakistan, Inzamam-Ul-Haq. He started playing cricket at the tender age of 15, and made it to the national team at 21 years of age! He took Brian Liar's wicket on the first ball of his first over! Tune in for more such legendary stories.
In this episode, Atul Wassan tells us about India's wall of India cricket - Rahul Dravid! He started playing cricket at the young age of 14 and went on to play many more matches. He performed very well at the under 19 championship and then further went on to play the Ranjhi trophy! Tune in to know more about his story.
Phil and Michael have their say on where things went wrong for England in the opening Test of the series. The futures of Joe Denly and Jos Buttler are discussed as the batting failed to fire again. We look at the non-selection of Stuart Broad, his anger and frustration at missing out, and how the England management can simultaneously focus on the present and work towards trying to win in Australia next winter. Carlos Brathwaite joins the pod to tell the story of West Indies' improvement under Jason Holder and whether the side continue to be underestimated. Plus, we hear exactly what's said out in the middle in the heat of battle with some brilliant audio from the stump mics.
कोरोना वारस की वह से सभी खेल स्थिगित कर दिए गए थे लेकिन अब क्रिकेट की एक बार फिर से मैदान पर वापसी हुई है। वेस्टइंडीज ने इंग्लैंड को सीरीज के पहले में 4 विकेट से हराया सुनिए खेल से जुडी और भी कई खबरें इस एपिसोड में रत्नाकर पांडेय के साथ।