Former England captain Charlotte Edwards and Henry Moeran react as Australia beat England by eight wickets to lift the Women’s World Twenty20 title.
England coach Mark Robinson picks apart his side’s loss, and the TMS team look back on the tournament as whole, from the rain-soaked pitches to controversial umpiring decisions and stellar support in the stands.
Missed catches, missed opportunities
Ex-England captain Charlotte Edwards and Henry Moeran reflect on England’s first defeat of the 2018 Women’s World Twenty20, losing narrowly to defending champions West Indies, with reaction from current captain Heather Knight.
England will now face India in the semi-finals
Hats off to Shrubsole
Former England players Ebony Rainford-Brent and Charlotte Edwards join Henry Moeran to reflect on a strong bowling performance from England in their Women’s World Twenty20 win over South Africa, led by a hat-trick from Anya Shrubsole.
England beat the rain and Bangladesh
Former England captain Charlotte Edwards joins Henry Moeran to review England’s first win of the Women’s World Twenty20, beating Bangladesh by seven wickets via DLS Method.
We’ll hear from England’s Kirstie Gordon after a successful debut in which she took three wickets, and Test Match Special commentator Charles Dagnall joins from Guyana to preview the action from Group B.
“One of the worst one-day performances I’ve ever seen from England”
Jonathan Agnew, Vic Marks and Simon Mann look back on a humbling day for England, who were thrashed by Sri Lanka in Colombo. We’re also joined by Al Jazeera journalist David Harrison, who speaks in depth about the worrying allegations made in their documentary on corruption in cricket.
And, on a very different note, Graeme Swann reveals that he’s had a naked spray tan, and we speak to the man who lost a bet and got a tattoo of Alastair Cook’s batting average.