As we head into the second-half of the season there are a number of England players who may be concerned about their place in Roy Hodgson’s squad for this summer's European Championships. These are players that have struggled for regular club football for differing reasons. In this article we are going to highlight five players … Continue reading Five England Players Who Need Games Ahead of The Euros
England head into the fourth and final test against South Africa having already sealed a series win and looking to finish on a high and complete a 3-0 win. England have dominated a series that many thought would be a difficult one despite South Africa’s drubbing at the hands of India. England will have to … Continue reading England Looking To Seal 3-0 Win
Jermain Defoe is a goalscorer, he will always be a goalscorer so why hasn’t he been included in recent England squads. Does Roy Hodgson feel his time at International level has gone and he wants blood younger strikers but there is no getting away from the fact that Defoe will score goals given the opportunity. … Continue reading Does Defoe Deserve England Recall?
England’s seven wicket victory over South Africa in the third test, not only sealed victory in the series with a game to spare. It also saw a number of players improving their individually rankings including man of the match Stuart Broad. England went into the third test with a 1-0 lead in the four-match series … Continue reading Broad Spell Propels Him To Number One
England spinner Moeen Ali took three wickets on the final morning of the first test match against South Africa as England sealed a 241 run victory. Ali took the prize wicket of AB de Villiers with the third ball of the day and paceman Steven Finn added to his three wickets on day four to … Continue reading England Seal First Test Win
Jos Buttler struck the fastest One-Day International century by an Englishman as England sealed a 3-1 series win over Pakistan. After suffering a 2-0 defeat in the test series, England have bounced back to win the one-day series. England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bat first, to follow the pattern in … Continue reading Buttler Blitz Sets Up Series Win
Since England’s exit from the World Cup in 2014 they remain unbeaten, winning six games out of six in their European Championship qualifying campaign but is this true reflection of where England stand in International football. If as expected they beat San Marino on Saturday they will confirm their place at next summer’s European Championship, … Continue reading Are England Strong Contenders For The Euros?
Peter Moores was in his second spell as the England head coach, with his first spell coming to an end after he fell out with then captain, Kevin Pietersen. They were believed to have disagreed on several issues, including the team’s training regime and the possible call-up of former captain Michael Vaughan for the upcoming tour … Continue reading Peter Moores: I’m Not Just About And Data And Stats
Eoin Morgan and Joe Root both struck centuries as England chased down their target of 350, with six overs to spare to level the one-day series with New Zealand 2-2, and set-up a series decider at Durham on Saturday. England arrived at Trent Bridge 2-1 down in the series having won the first match at … Continue reading England Set-Up One Day Decider At Durham
It’s international break right now and I started thinking about weather England will ever be a force in international football. My feeling is that I will never see England win anything in my lifetime. I feel one of the major reasons for this the Premier League. Don’t get me wrong—I love the Premier League and … Continue reading Why England Will Never Be A Force In International Football