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Welcome to the Shackles Are Off Podcast - produced by England's Barmy Army. If you want chat about seam positions and long barriers, this isn't the podcast for you. If you like hearing some of the best stories from big names in the game, this might just be for you..... Jack Brooks, James Gregg and Chris Millard chew the fat with a new guest each week about changing room stories, new stories that you won't have heard before, and sometimes put a few rumours to bed.
 
“ Let’s talk cricket” features podcast focussing more on Indian cricket and world cricket in general. We are few cricket enthusiasts residing in US and Canada, and we would talk about Indian cricket along with notable world cricket events. The idea behind this podcast is to bring unseen and unspoken aspect of cricket analysis. We would be delighted if you follow our podcast and subscribe to it. We will do our best to keep you interested:) Keep listening!
 
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England white-ball captain Jos Buttler joins Sky Sports' Ian Ward and Kumar Sangakkara to discuss his side’s T20 World Cup success in Australia in November, including the thumping victory over India in the semi-finals, the Ben Stokes-inspired win over Pakistan in the final and Player of the Tournament, Sam Curran.…
 
Michael Atherton, Nasser Hussain and The Daily Telegraph's Nick Hoult look ahead to England's Test series in Pakistan. They talk about how things have changed since England's last tours of the country in 2000 and 2005, the selection of 18-year-old leg-spinner Rehan Ahmed and ponder whether 'Bazball' will work in Pakistan.…
 
One of the best, if not THE BEST England cricket captain that there's ever been, Eoin Morgan, joins the podcast to chat through his new festival of cricket, his own career, the transition from red ball to white ball, and a few other meaty topics. A voice like velvet, who gives every question is upmost and undivided attention.... this is a belter of…
 
Michael Atherton sits down to talk with England head coach, Brendon McCullum as his side prepare to return to play their first Test series in Pakistan for 17 years. McCullum speaks about what he sees as an 'obligation' to play entertaining cricket, the reasons behind the selection of 18 year old spinner, Rehan Ahmed and describes what type of coach…
 
Keaton Jennings has had a blinder of a year.... a triple, double and loads of 'normal' centuries for Lancs in the County Championship... earning him the highest-run scorer gong and with it... a spot back in the England Test team! One of the nicest, most humble people we've spoken to on the podcast.... he gives Greggy & Chris the lowdown on how he's…
 
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS OF BOTH WORLD CUPS. Doesn't get much better, does it? James Gregg and Chris Millard react to Sunday's heroics in excitable fashion... and are also joined by yet another walking, talking meme! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy England's Barmy Army
 
Ahead of the T20 World Cup final against Pakistan, England skipper Jos Buttler sits down with Michael Atherton and Eoin Morgan to reflect on his captaincy journey so far, the side's white-ball success since the 2015 World Cup, and why they must enjoy Sunday's match at the MCG.By Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain and Eoin Morgan join Ian Ward to preview Sunday's T20 World Cup final between England and Pakistan at the MCG. The pundits reflect on Jos Buttler's side's thumping win over India in the semi-finals before talking England's batting, Pakistan's bowling, captaincy, rain and if plans will already be in place in case a Super Over is requi…
 
England thumped India by 10 whole wickets to reach the final of the T20 WC Down Under.... and will play Pakistan on Sunday with a chance to get the job done! Remember folks to check out barmyarmy.com if you want to come to our World Cup Final watchalong at Greenwood Sports Bar in Victoria, London! Hear also from the brilliant Ebony Rainford-Brent a…
 
Ian Ward, Michael Atherton and Nasser Hussain look ahead to the T20 World Cup semi-final between England and India, discussing the 'incredible' Suryakumar Yadav and the reasons for his success, Jos Buttler and Alex Hales' opening partnership and whether England will consider picking an extra bowler at Adelaide Oval.…
 
As England get past New Zealand... it's Sri Lanka standing in the way of Jos Buttler's men and the knockout stages of the T20 WC. Reece Topley's dad joins Chris and Greggy for a chat... and Ravi Bop pops along too, to give his final whistle verdict in Brisbane the other night! info@barmyarmy.com for any emails or correspondence @BarmyArmy on Twitte…
 
We have a nice episode for you here, England legend Lydia Greenway joins us to chat about Fairbreak, punditry, and growing the game for girls... Barmy Army co-founder Paul Burnham is alongside (if you've not heard his stand-alone episode, scroll back and have a listen.... tales galore!)... and prior to that Chris and Greggy chat the World Cup, Paki…
 
Eoin Morgan and Ian Ward look ahead to England's T20 World Cup opener against Afghanistan on Saturday, discussing Reece Topley's tournament-ending injury, Alex Hales' reintegration and the strength of the side's death bowling. Former England skipper Morgan also explains how current captain Jos Buttler will be feeling on the eve of his team's first …
 
IT'S BEEN A WHILE. Sorry folks.... but to be fair, you've probably not missed us much for a variety of reasons, but we're telling ourselves that the main reason is that there has been so so so much cricket on. And how good did that Pakistan T20 series turn out to be? The small matter of the Word Cup starts next week, plus we have a Test series back…
 
Michael Atherton chats to Mo Bobat, the ECB's Performance Director for men's cricket, and David Court, the ECB's Player Identification Lead about the pathways for young talent and what goes into finding the next generation of world-class cricketers.By Sky Sports
 
Sir Andrew Strauss, Michael Atherton, Nasser Hussain, Ian Ward and Kevin Pietersen discuss some of the recommendations put forward in the ECB high-performance review, with the principle foundation of 'how can Test cricket be protected from the rise of shorter formats'.By Sky Sports
 
Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith joins Michael Atherton and Ian Ward to discuss the importance of his country's new T20 league, the future of Test cricket, his double century at Lord's in 2003 and leading the Proteas to the top of the Test rankings.By Sky Sports
 
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