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Switch Hit: As big as the Ashes?
Switch Hit Podcast: Does England's win in India rank as high as an Ashes win down-under?
(30:25) | Dec 18, 2012
Switch Hit Podcast: Captain Cook leads from the front
Switch Hit Podcast: Alastair Cook is once again the match winner for England. What can India learn from his no-nonsense batting?
(32:46) | Dec 10, 2012
Switch Hit: England's all-round rotation
Switch Hit Podcast: Giles for Flower. Finn for Broad? Will England's rotation policy come back to bite them?
(32:41) | Dec 3, 2012
Switch Hit: Mumbai magic
Switch Hit Podcast: KP and Cook show that England can play spin on the subcontinent while Monty and Swann leave India bamboozled.
(31:54) | Nov 27, 2012
Switch Hit: Ahmedabad to worse for England
Switch Hit Podcast: With Alastair Cook's marathon innings the only bright spot in their defeat, can things get any worse for England. Are wholesale changes to the team the only way to salvage the tour?
(33:35) | Nov 19, 2012
Switch Hit: It's a mystery?
Switch Hit Podcast: Are India's 'mystery' spinners a danger to England, or are they a thing of mystery? Plus, will England go 'fitness first' or risk Finn and Broad?
(32:41) | Nov 13, 2012
Switch Hit: An opening for Compton
Switch Hit Podcast: Is Nick Compton a shoe-in for the second opener spot in the first Test? Plus, could we see a very different England bowling attack Ahmedabad?
(31:06) | Nov 6, 2012
Switch Hit: An un-West Indian triumph
Switch Hit Podcast: Darren Sammy leads the West Indies to a World T20 win based on team ethic - does this finally spell a change in fortunes for cricket in the Caribbean?
(34:47) | Oct 8, 2012
Switch Hit: Can KP be reintegrated?
Switch Hit Podcast: Will Kevin Pietersen’s ‘reintegration’ into the England setup turn around the muddled thinking that has blighted the team in recent months? The Switch Hit team look at the wider issues around the batsman’s reconciliation with the ECB.
(34:00) | Oct 3, 2012
Phillip Hughes 1988-2014There has never been a team meeting quite like it. Australia's Test squad met in the SCG dressing room on Friday morning, as they and their forebears have done hundreds of times over the past century or more. This time, it was to mourn for Phillip Hughes.
Phillip Hughes 1988-2014Phillip Hughes was the victim of a freakish accident, the kind that is rarely seen in any sphere of life and has only once before been recorded as the result of being struck by a cricket ball
CricketThe world of cricket has paid tribute to Phillip Hughes, the Australian batsman who died at the age of 25 after being struck on the head by a bouncer at Sydney Cricket Ground
AustraliaPhillip Hughes' Test career appeared on the verge of reignition before he was fatally hit on the head while batting in Australia's domestic Sheffield Shield
AustraliaPhillip Hughes has died as a result of the injuries he sustained when struck by a bouncer on Tuesday, Cricket Australia has confirmed
Players achieve greatness in different ways. With KP, embryonic greatness poured out like incense
“A bowler or wicketkeeper delivers a bit of a kick up the backside - just like a goalkeeper shouts at his centre-half. This is international sport, not the Under-11s”
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