Joe MacDougall Roar Rookie

Joe MacDougall

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London based pom and part time cricket blogger/podcaster. Part of the Sticky Wicket Cricket Podcast team. Website: www.joemacdougallcricket.com Twitter: @MacDougallJoe. Podcast (soundcloud): https://soundcloud.com/sticky-wicket-cricket-podcast. Podcast (iTunes): https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/sticky-wicket-cricket-podcast/id1193076447?mt=2

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How did England get to this point?

How did England get to this point?

9 Oct 2017

My phone beeps. A news alert flashes up on the screen: “England confirm Ben Stokes will not travel to Australia with the rest of the Ashes squad as it stands”.

The case for Ben Foakes in England’s Test side

The case for Ben Foakes in England's Test side

27 Sep 2017

With England’s Test team facing continued problems in their middle-order, a possible solution is gaining momentum: selecting Ben Foakes as a specialist keeper.

England look for their Ashes questions to be answered at Lord’s

England look for their Ashes questions to be answered at Lord's

4 Sep 2017

This Thursday at Lord’s, England remarkably have a deciding Test match against the West Indies.

Day-night Test cricket is an obvious necessity

Day-night Test cricket is an obvious necessity

30 Aug 2017

After a full week of analysis, talk of pink balls, discussing the pros and cons of introducing day-night Test cricket to ‘save the sport’, finally the dust has settled on England’s first foray into hosting a pink ball Test.

England’s series victory can’t hide batting problems

England's series victory can't hide batting problems

9 Aug 2017

England have secured a 3-1 victory over South Africa at home. Great result, right? Well, sort of.

England’s new selection policy: Sensible or underwhelming?

England’s new selection policy: Sensible or underwhelming?

16 Jul 2017

When England announced their supposedly new-look twelve-man squad for the first South Africa Test at Lord’s starting last Thursday, I think it’s fair to say there were some eyebrows raised.