Test Match Special

Coverage of England’s cricket matches. Insight and analysis from Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott, plus interviews with the top players.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02nrsl2

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      England beat the rain and Bangladesh


      Reaction as England record their first win of the Women’s World Twenty20.


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      Tuffers & Vaughan: 'Foakes a natural on the Test match stage'


      Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan look ahead to England's second Test in Sri Lanka.


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         46m
       
       

      A win overseas and wicket-taking number 3s


      England end the longest winless streak in overseas Tests in their history.


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      Jennings in a fishbowl, Foakes' folks, and fielding apps


      England establish their dominance thanks to Keaton Jennings.


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      Foakes’ records put England in control, and Leach on Crohn’s disease


      Michael Vaughan and Jonathan Agnew look back on a dominant second day for England.


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      Ben Foakes, Alastair Cook’s video, and Sir Viv Richards


      Michael Vaughan and Jonathan Agnew talk through a dramatic first day in Galle.


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      “One of the worst one-day performances I’ve ever seen from England”


      Jonathan Agnew, Vic Marks & Simon Mann look back on a humbling day for England


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      England’s series win and Eoin Morgan’s bobbing head


      Eoin Morgan joins Michael Vaughan & Simon Mann as England win ODI series win in Sri Lanka


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      Tuffers and Vaughan: Chess and ‘Pig’ dominate rain delay


      Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan analyse another clinical performance from England


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         52m
       
       

      Another soggy English victory, and Swanny’s Strictly secrets


      Jonathan Agnew, Simon Mann and Simon Hughes look back on England’s win


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