Category Archives: Tim Bresnan

Graeme Swann: Spinner, Skipper, Auteur by Alan Tyers

Me. Swanny. England Captain. This. Is. Huge. With this news, I’ve taken a massive step forward towards post-cricket stardom. Chap! The career after you stop playing all depends on the profile you’ve built up during your cricketing days, and this … Continue reading

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Yorkshire plan to bring Bresnan into Roses battle

Yorkshire are confident of fielding Jacques Rudolph in the Roses match at Headingley and will have Tim Bresnan in their side from the second day if he is not required at Lord’s. Rudolph flew in today (July 19) and is … Continue reading

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Broad keeps place; Bresnan is back

Stuart Broad has been included in a 12-man England squad for the first Test against India at Lord’s, and fellow pace bowler Tim Bresnan is also in the squad. Broad is not ensured off his place in the final XI, … Continue reading

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Tim Bresnan: How to bowl reverse swing

Before England left for the Ashes trip, Tim Bresnan spoke to the magazine about his previous experience in Australia as a club cricketer and the secrets of reverse swing. Find the audio below, Edward Craig asking the questions.

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XI Reasons Why England Won In Australia

Kookaburra mastered? Tick. Local media tamed? Tick. Serious preparation? Tick. Lawrence Booth on how England kept the ur   1 Military planning Andrew Strauss came under fire from predictable quarters when he missed the Bangladesh tour in early 2010 but … Continue reading

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CMJ: Epic tie has significant timing for cricket

What a shame that the wonderful India v England first round match in Bangalore was not the World Cup final! It would be an exaggeration in the euphoria of the moment, perhaps, to call it, like Ben Hur, an epic … Continue reading

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Fifth Ashes Test: The Ruthless Finish

The Urn was already safe but England had one more nail to drill into the Australian coffin. Match report from the Ashes souvenir issue by Gideon Haigh at Sydney CRICKET teams have relaxed and become a little demob happy in … Continue reading

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Fourth Ashes Test: Back To The Saggy Green

Australia v England 4th Test by Andrew Miller at Melbourne From the latest Ashes-winning issue of the magazine, available here THROUGHOUT England’s long and miserable years of Ashes subservience was there ever a day to match the depths to which … Continue reading

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England's World Cup XI revealed

England are currently stuck between picking a team to compete in this marathon series against Australia – and this has become important since England went 3-0 down – and gearing up a side for the very different challenge of 50-over … Continue reading

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ASHES LIVE: Khawaja falls as rain ends day early, Sydney, day one, evening

From Sam Collins in Sydney Close: fifth Test, day one, Sydney Match score: Australia 134-2 (Hussey 12*) Session score: Australia 23-2, England win Session in six words: Clarke and Khawaja go before rain Usman Khawaja will not forget this day … Continue reading

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