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In the new issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out July 15, Phil Walker tries to wrap his head around what has happened to England’s Test team this summer, and considers where their bold new strategy could take them and the format at large.
Elsewhere, we speak to Moeen Ali about what the future might hold for him, seven emerging female stars tell us how professionalisation has impacted their lives and careers, Daniel Brigham re-examines the impact made by Andrew Strauss on the 10th anniversary of the former England captain’s retirement, and Jon Hotten tells us what it’s like to collaborate with Geoffrey Boycott.
Our County Files section includes interviews with Toby Roland-Jones, Jordan Thompson, Colin Ingram and Simon Harmer, while Andrew Miller laments the ECB’s neglect of the T20 Blast.
Mark Ramprakash gives the inside track on how Eoin Morgan’s otherness seduced English cricket, Mark Alleyne talks to Taha Hashim about the merits or otherwise of positive discrimination, Raf Nicholson gives her analysis of the women’s Test at Taunton, and Lawrence Booth reports from the Netherlands after a very enjoyable – but probably one-off – tour.
We also have a guest column from Tim Wigmore on the eye-watering IPL broadcasting deal, an interview with spin wizard Mushtaq Ahmed, and more otherworldly brilliance from Andy Zaltzman.
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