Cricket Weekly #21: Reviewing the BBC Sport World Test XI

In this weeks edition of Cricket Week, Riley reviews the BBC Sport World Test XI as well as giving his own XI.

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Cricket Weekly #17: The Test Episode One Review

In the latest edition of Cricket Weekly, our cricket correspondent Riley Taylor reviews the first episode of Amazon documentary The Test.

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Cricket Weekly Column #16 We’re Back!

Cricket Weekly is back! In the 16th edition of Overtime’s cricket column, Riley Taylor takes a look back at the past six months to see what we have missed.

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Australia Take Series With Massive Win

Tweet Featured Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/125524007@N08/40385533802www.davidmolloyphotography.com Sri Lanka: 117 (Perera 27, Gunathilaka 21, Zampa 2-20, Stanlake 2-23) Australia: 118/1 (Warner 60no, Smith 53no, Malinga 1-23, de Silva 0-18) Australia romped to a successive T20 victory against Sri Lanka as the hosts won by nine wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. Kusal Perera (27) and Danushka Gunathilaka (21) top-scored for the visitors in a miserly total of 117 as the Aussie bowlers ran through their batting order with Billy Stanlake, Pat Cummins, Ashton Agar and Adam Zampa all…

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Cricket Weekly Column #15 Ashes Fifth Test Recap

Tweet Welcome to the 15th edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. This week, we look at what happened at The Oval during the Fifth Ashes Test with England looking to tie up the series after Australia retained the urn at Old Trafford. What happened at Old Trafford? Old Trafford was a low point in what has been otherwise a superb English summer of cricket as Australia retained the Ashes for the first time in 17 years. After being on such a…

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Cricket Weekly Column #14 Ashes Fourth Test Recap

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the 14th edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. This week, we look at what happened at Old Trafford during the fourth Ashes Test with the series now wide open after the miracle at Headingley. What happened at Headingley? It was appropriate that there was a two-week gap between the Headingley Test and the Old Trafford Test as it would give England fans a chance to recover from a two-week hangover from one of the…

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