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The Cricketers' Who's Who 2023

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Or we’d open it just to see who’s had the dodgiest haircut or to read out some of the amusing comments. The Cricketers’ Who’s Who 2023 is the essential guide to the new cricket season, and is the must-read and much-loved accompaniment for anyone interested in the English game. Like Afridi, Kagiso Rabada broke onto the international scene at a young age and has never looked back. Since averaging over 110 in the 2019 Ashes, the Sydney native has been slightly less productive in Test cricket, but remains among the elite batters in the longest format. More than 400 (nearly but not quite all) players who make up the 18-county system, as well as all the contracted women’s players, have answered questions ranging from the thorny (“Which bowler would you least like to face?

We will process your exchange or refunds as soon as possible, but kindly allow up to 10 days from the day we confirm your entitlement to a refund/exchange.There are profiles of all the head coaches, a look at how each county is shaping up for the new season, and fixture lists for the England men’s and women’s teams. Or try to keep a dry eye upon reading which animal Mason Crane would choose to be: “A tortoise, because they are always home. Smith has succeeded on all surfaces, and will be remembered as one of the greatest batters of the 21st century when he retires. More than 400 players have answered questions ranging from their views on the structure of county cricket to the things that give them joy, giving readers a unique insight into everyone who will be competing this summer, from emerging youngsters to established England stars such as Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer.

To use a traditional, and somewhat simplistic, measure of an all-rounder, Shakib’s batting average is higher than his bowling average in Tests, ODIs and T20s.

Close to 500 players have answered questions ranging from the greatest performance they have ever witnessed to their lives away from cricket, giving readers an exclusive insight into everyone who will be competing this summer. Dom Sibley lists The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho as his favourite, a book that was written in just two weeks. Jonathan Agnew proudly displays his status as a “Lorry driver for SBA (Asbestos), Leicester” and Kim Barnett his time as a bank clerk. Then again, Alastair Cook does mention in the 2013 foreword that CWW has been a key source for Graeme Swann’s sledges and dressing room “bants” over the years, so maybe it does have some things to answer for.

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