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2017-18 Ashes special
- Watch the videoAlexander Campbell: from SCG to ROH, ballet's gain from cricket
- Watch the videoGraeme Fowler: Rooty's best I've ever seen: Foxy on Ashes skippers
- Read the articleThe Guerillas Ashes predictions part 1: this will be violent
- Read the articleUsman Khawaja: Beware the Aussie batting enigma
- Read the articleThe Guerillas Ashes predictions part 2: The steady loss of hope
- Read the articleIt's a love thing: Ashes meetings that left their mark
- Read the articleAlas poor Stokesy: the Ashes according to Shakespeare
- Read the articleEnding the pain: summer of '05, a trick of the memory
- Donate nowBecome a Patreon: Support our commentary
- Read the articleThe Root of the problem: he's just too good
- Read the articleHeard, but unseen: The Invisible Ashes
- Read the articleBingeing Poms victims of media morality
- Read the articleA fond obituary for the pride of Perth
The Gabbatoir debrief podcast
Well that was an annoying end to say the least. Listen to Hendo, the Bear and Dave Brook give their post mortem of the 1st test from the Gabbatoir in its immediate aftermath. It was quite lively.
The Guerillas Ashes betting podcast
With just a week to go till the kick off of the war that is the Ashes we take you through the betting markets. If you want to win some lovely lolly this Ashes you may want to lay everything we talk about, but there are some wise old heads here and that may be the wrong move. Listen to our guide and make your own mind up.
The Guerillas Ashes preview podcast
It was no job for young men (or women) so Guerilla Cricket called on its Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse – Manny, Nigel, Nigel and Fred, gents in that brief period between maturity and senility – to pass judgement on this winter's Ashes. The result is a podcast which asks: is James Vince a sacrificial lamb? Who is Cameron Bancroft? And why can't Davy Warner land a decent punch? Some of these are even answered.
Guerilla Cricket talks to principal ballet dancer at the Royal Opera House Alexander Campbell about cricket, ballet and the Ashes.