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T20 Blast Preview

The NatWest T20 Blast - the main T20 competition in Britain - begins this weekend.

Cricket, Previews

England v South Africa Test Series Preview

England take on South Africa in a four-match series which many see as the beginning of the build-up to the Ashes series later this year.


De Villiers et al have earned their right to choose

AB De Villiers is missing - but Steve Harmison does not think this is an issue for Test cricket in general.


Harmison – I would have stayed with Roy

Steve Harmison does not believe Jason Roy should have been dropped by England for their ICC Champions Trophy semi-final with Pakistan.


Resting talk for Stokes is nonsense

Steve Harmison insists that talk of resting England star Ben Stokes is nonsense.


ICC Champions Trophy Preview

Hosts England are favourites to land the ICC Champions Trophy which gets underway later this week and we preview all the action.


Harmison on IPL latter stages; Stokes/Buttler should be playing

Steve Harmison looks at the IPL latter stages and he firmly believes Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler and Chris Woakes should be in India and not Spain.


Steve Harmison Column

Steve Harmison looks at England's Champions Trophy Squad, the IPL and also talks about Zafar Ansari's decision to quit cricket.


County Championship Preview with Steve Harmison

The summer is nearly here and that means the County Championship cricket season is about to begin and we preview both Division One and Two with England and Durham legend Steve Harmison.


IPL Preview with Steve Harmison

English interest in the Indian Premier League has never been greater with an England player in every one of the eight teams in the 2017 tournament. We preview the action with Steve Harmison.


We don’t need another Stanford debacle! ECB have to get 20/20 right

Steve Harmison delivers his thoughts on the new 20/20 league for England and is hopeful that this time the ECB are getting it right and we won't see another 'Allen Stanford' type debacle.

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