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It's ball-by-ball like you've never heard before; it's ball-by-ball with your mates; it's ball-by-ball covering all England international matches and much more besides; it's high-brow, it's low-brow, it's laughter, it's song (just wait till you hear our jingles) all in the company of a knowledgeable collective of comedians, journalists, musicians, classicists, an MCC committee member, and a woman with a PhD in meerkat behaviour (they're bastards apparently). And YOU, contributing via Twitter on the issues at hand from one of the 193 countries who've already learnt of the Guerilla legend.
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Guerilla talks to Stuart Law
David Brook talks to West Indies head coach Stuart Law on the state of West Indies cricket.
We talk to Nepalese Captain Paras Khadka
Hendo talks to Paras Khadka about Nepal's rise as a cricketing force and the forthcoming triangular series at Lords starting July 29th.
We talk to Crickether about all things womens cricket
Nakul talks with Raf and Syd from Crickether.