With England returning to Sri Lanka for an ODI series for the first time since 2014, Patrick Noone reflects on how things have changed for the visitors since their last tour.
About Patrick Noone
Patrick first joined CricViz to work as an editor for the World T20 in India. He has also been a cricket analyst for Opta since 2011, covering both international and domestic cricket in England and Australia.
Entries by Patrick Noone
On the verge of England’s squad announcement for their winter tour to Sri Lanka, Patrick Noone makes the case that Keaton Jennings should retain his place in the XI.
The Asia Cup will take place in the UAE for the first time since 1995. Patrick Noone looks at the likely conditions and how they might affect the bowlers of Pakistan, one of the favourites to lift the trophy.
England wrapped up the series at the Ageas Bowl, but concerns remain about their top order’s ability against the moving ball.
Patrick Noone looks at how Ishant Sharma has become Alastair Cook’s nemesis as the England opener misses out once again at Trent Bridge.
Despite England’s famous win at Edgbaston, the repetitive nature of Alastair Cook’s recent dismissals are cause for concern. Patrick Noone analyses his struggles.
CricViz analyses India’s opening batsmen options.
CricViz reviews the fourth ODI between England and Australia in Durham.
CricViz reviews the third ODI between England and Australia in Nottingham.
CricViz previews the ODI series between England and Australia.
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