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‘We are looking for a higher standard of skill’

Were the words of Eoin Morgan after England’s 111-run World Cup defeat to Australia in the cauldron of the MCG.

Fast forward 122 days and the ODI captain beamed with triumph after helping England to their highest ever run chase by reaching 350 – yet another record broken in this rapid evolution.

Friday’s TCP will have all the latest from the England camp as well as in-depth coverage from another fascinating week in the County Championship, plus the usual features, gossip, exclusives and much, much more…

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s in tomorrow’s TCP

In this week’s TCP:

  • Peter Hayter gives us his verdict on England’s ‘astonishing’ new approach to ODI cricket
  • Paul Nixon hails Paul Farbrace and Andrew Strauss for keeping faith with captain Eoin Morgan
  • Peter Hayter’s column on his hopes the start to the summer will be reflected throughout the Ashes ten years on from the greatest series of all time
  • Alan Lee has been to visit Stoke Newington CC and reports on the wonderful work they are doing at Hackney Marshes
  • Jonny Bairstow has been in fine form for Yorkshire and hopes it will be enough to earn an England recall in the coming months
  • Michael Klinger is having a Blast with Gloucestershire – and hopes he can follow the lead of other ‘older’ Australians
  • Northants all-rounder Josh Cobb is loving life at Wantage Road – and is eyeing a return for Boom Boom
  • James Vince believes the Blast has helped him get back towards his top form for Hampshire – he gives us his views on the rest of the season
  • Clare Connor reacts to the news that the women’s game will have a Super League next season
  • All the action from four thrilling quarter finals in the Unicorns Trophy
  • The very latest from the club cricket scene across the country in our special club section
  • Derbyshire’s NatWestTrophy finalists of 1998 are next up in Neil Fissler’s Where Are They Now?

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