Michael Collins

Can the England cricket team regain their composure?

England has some talented batters, but bowling remains an issue.

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Michael Collins

Dr Michael Collins is Associate Professor of Modern British History at UCL. He was one of the commissioners on the Independent Commission for Equity in Cricket’s report.

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