About the Product
The most famous sports book in the world, the Almanack has been published every year since 1864 and contains coverage of every first-class game in every cricket nation, and reports on all Test matches, ODIs and T20 internationals. Trenchant opinion, compelling features and comprehensive records make it the cricketers’ bible worldwide.
Wisden 2020 provides unparalleled coverage of an extraordinary year of cricket. The 157th edition of Wisden celebrates the World Cup triumph of England’s men on a memorable day at Lord’s. The cover captures the moment of victory – and arguably the most important split second in the history of English cricket – as Jos Buttler runs out Martin Guptill from the last ball of the super over to confirm England as champions.
Wisden 2020 reports not just on a remarkable World Cup, reliving the climax through the eyes of England’s players, but on a topsy-turvy Ashes, the Stokes Headingley miracle and all. Wisden also names its champion all-format county, and remembers Bob Willis, who died in December. Emma John reveals what it’s like to be a woman member of MCC, while Colin Shindler looks back 50 years at a summer of demonstrations and barbed wire.
Limited Edition Being Geoffrey Boycott Books (108 Tests and 100th Hundred):
These items are usually dispatched the next working day, via Royal Mail Recorded 1st class delivery. A signature is required upon receipt. Please allow 2-4 working days (2-6 days in December) for delivery within the UK.
Books produced by Fairfield Books (Being Geoffrey Boycott, The Legend of Sparkhill, Summer Days Promise, Who Only Cricket Know, Beyond the Boundaries, Golden Summers, Cricketers’ Who’s Who 2022 and 2021, The Official History of the Cricket World Cup):
These items are usually dispatched the next working day, via Royal Mail 1st class. Please allow 2-4 working days (2-6 days in December) for delivery within the UK. Global shipping is via MHI Priority (untracked) and typically takes 6-10 days. Orders for UK delivery including more than one item may be sent 2nd class – if this is the case, delivery may take 1-2 days longer.
All other books (The Covers Are Off: Civil War at Lord’s and It’s Always Summer Somewhere: A Matter of Life and Cricket):
UK orders are usually dispatched the next working day, via Royal Mail 48. You can expect to receive your order within 3-5 working days.
You will receive an email with tracking information on the day of dispatch.
Global shipping is available, sent via Royal Mail International Signed For. The delivery time varies depending on the region, but typically takes 5-7 working days.
The shipping cost for international orders is calculated at checkout, based on your delivery address.
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