Vaughany & Tuffers Cricket Club: Ravi Shastri says IPL will only get bigger & better| Podcast

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Ben, Michael and Phil reflect on yet another frustrating series for new England white-ball captain Jos Buttler. After levelling the ODI series with South Africa, England were forced to settle for a draw after the deciding match at Headingley was rained off.

We discuss Buttler’s stuttering start to life as skipper and draw comparisons with Joe Root’s tenure as Test captain, suggesting that Buttler, like Root, is suffering from a lack of support whilst also dealing with a packed schedule.

Our guest this week is the Indian cricket legend Ravi Shastri. After having profound success as both a player and a coach, he has now established himself as one of the leading commentators in the game. Shastri discusses some of the highlights from his glittering career, how he thinks the IPL will develop into a two season competition and gives us his take on ‘Bazball’.

We also discuss a remarkable innings from Glamorgan’s Sam Northeast, who hit 410 not out in the County Championship before a declaration denied him the chance to break Brian Lara’s record of 501!

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