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Switch Hit Podcast: Captain Cook leads from the front

Alastair Cook is once again the match winner for England. What can India learn from his no-nonsense batting?

(32:46) | December 10, 2012



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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

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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

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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

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