What to expect from England's new recruits and an assessment of The Hundred


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Mark Butcher, Jo Harman, Taha Hashim and Yas Rana preview the third England-India Test, looking at what we should expect from the possible new additions to the team – Dawid Malan, Saqib Mahmood and Craig Overton. The panel also reflect on the first season of The Hundred. There's an interview with Jake Lintott who has enjoyed an extraordinary year in which he's gone from a teacher without a professional contract to a champion in The Hundred with a CPL gig later this summer. There's also a conversation with Glamorgan one-day skipper Kiran Carlson who led his county to their first trophy in 17 years. He offers insight on both this year's One-Day Cup and what it's like to count Marnus Labuschagne as one of your teammates. We're working in partnership with Beer52 across the next few podcasts.. To get a free case off 8 unique Beers, head to www.beer52.com/wisden or use the code wisden at beer52.com when ordering and cover just the postage costs of £5.95. We're also recording the podcast over the next few weeks from Sixes Cricket Club, if you haven't heard about Sixes. Sixes Cricket Club is the new cricket-themed social entertainment venue, with restaurant, bar and cricket nets! All Wisden Podcast listeners can receive 10% off their Food & Drink by quoting Wisden10 on their booking notes. To celebrate the 40 year anniversary of Botham's Ashes, the Sporting Club are running a series of dinners over the course of the summer... The next two coming up are at the Oval on the 9th September and Headingley on the 15th September Head to the Sporting Club website to get your tickets.

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