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CricViz Analysis: Virat Kohli v James Anderson

The defining narrative of this series has been the contest between Virat Kohli and James Anderson, a contest which ended on Day Four at The Oval. Ben Jones looks back on one of the great sporting rivalries. Read more

CricViz Analysis: England v India, Third Test, Day Three

Ben Jones analyses the ebb and flow of luck between two masters of the game, Virat Kohli and James Anderson.  Read more

CricViz Analysis: The Perfection of James Anderson

Ben Jones analyses the technical refinement and strategic intelligence which has James Anderson still bowling as effectively now as he was 10 years ago. Read more

CricViz Analysis: England v India, Second Test, Day Four

After England claimed victory at Lord’s to go 2-0 up in the Test series against India, Ben Jones analyses another firecracker spell from Stuart Broad. Read more

CricViz Analysis: England v India, Second Test, Day Two

After an extraordinary day at Lord’s, Ben Jones analyses the unique set of circumstances in which India’s batsmen found themselves. Read more

CricViz Analysis: England v India, First Test, Day Four

The first Test of the series will live long in the memory and for that, says Ben Jones, we can thank the wonder of the moving ball. Read more

CricViz Analysis: Virat Kohli – The Evolving Genius

Virat Kohli returns to England a far greater player than the man who averaged 13.40 in 2014. Ben Jones has analysed the constantly shifting batsmanship of the Indian captain. 

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CricViz Analysis: Second Test, Day 1

After a week when Broad and Anderson have been under pressure, Ben Jones examines how England’s veterans flourished by pitching it up.
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ANDERSON LEADS ENGLAND TO VICTORY

England v Pakistan, Second Test, Day Four Analysis

England 589 for 8 dec and 173 for 1 dec (Cook 76*, Root 71*) beat Pakistan 198 and 234 (Hafeez 41, Anderson 3-41, Woakes 3-41) by 330 runs 

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HOW ENGLAND BOWLED OUT PAKISTAN

England v Pakistan, Second Test, Day Three Analysis

England 589 for 8 dec and 98 for 1 (Cook 49*) lead Pakistan 198 (Misbah 52, Woakes 4-67) by 489 runs

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