Apr 192014
 
Hot Spot - County Cricket Latest, Trott Out, Moores In - Cricket World TV
Saturday 19 April 2014 

John Pennington and Matt Carter reflect on the latest LV= County Championship action, preview upcoming matches and comment on the latest news.

There were wins in round two for Middlesex, Sussex, Essex, Hampshire and Worcestershire and they look ahead to round three as the battle hots up.

They also comment on Jonathan Trott’s latest struggles and reflect on Peter Moores’ appointemnt as the new England head coach – for a second time.

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Hot Spot Schedule

IPL Hot Spot Discussions:
19th April – first impressions (JP/CN)

County Cricket Discussions:
19th April – Round 2 review/Round 3 preview (JP/MC)

Your Hot Spot Team

John Pennington (JP) – Cricket World Editor. Based in England. Hot Spot anchor.

Chetan Narula (CN) – Indian cricket correspondent. Based wherever India are playing & New Delhi

Ryan Bailey (RB) – Irish cricket expert – based in Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Matt Carter (MC) – County cricket analyst

Want to join the team? Drop us a line here

Apr 192014
 
Hot Spot - IPL 7 First Impressions - Cricket World TV
Saturday 19 April 2014 

After the first round of matches and having seen all eight teams in action, John Pennington and Chetan Narula reflect on the start of the Indian Premier League 2014 – IPL7.

They assess whether there have been any big surprises in the first few matches and then analyse wins for the Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders, Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals.

They also make their predictions for the games coming next.

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Hot Spot Schedule

IPL Hot Spot Discussions:
19th April – first impressions (JP/CN)

County Cricket Discussions:
19th April – Round 2 review/Round 3 preview (JP/MC)

Your Hot Spot Team

John Pennington (JP) – Cricket World Editor. Based in England. Hot Spot anchor.

Chetan Narula (CN) – Indian cricket correspondent. Based wherever India are playing & New Delhi

Ryan Bailey (RB) – Irish cricket expert – based in Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Matt Carter (MC) – County cricket analyst

Want to join the team? Drop us a line here

Apr 132014
 
Hot Spot - Intriguing Start To County Season - Cricket World TV
Sunday 13 April 2014 

In their first county cricket Hot Spot discussion show, John Pennington and Matt Carter reflect on the opening round of LV= County Championship fixtures and preview upcoming action.

There were wins in Division One for Sussex and Nottinghamshire while Glamorgan dismissed Surrey for 81 on their way to a 10-wicket win.

They review the four games that were played, picking out key performers, developing themes and then look ahead to this week’s action.

With centrally-contracted England players heavily involved and plenty of spots in the national team up for grabs, there is a lot of interest around this season.

They also pick which games they would most like to go to this week and predict where the action will be at its best.

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Hot Spot Schedule

IPL Hot Spot Discussions:
14th, 15th April – team-by-team previews

Your Hot Spot Team

John Pennington (JP) – Cricket World Editor. Based in England. Hot Spot anchor.

Chetan Narula (CN) – Indian cricket correspondent. Based wherever India are playing & New Delhi

Ryan Bailey (RB) – Irish cricket expert – based in Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Matt Carter (MC) – County cricket analyst

Want to join the team? Drop us a line here

Apr 022014
 
Video - West Indies Power Into WT20 Semi-Finals - Cricket World TV

In our latest cricket news video, we look back at the West Indies’ impressive charge into the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20 and the last games of the group stages.

Defending champions the West Indies were on top form and they defended a score of 166 for six by dismissing Pakistan for just 82.

Earlier, pre-tournament favourites Australia took just their first win, a seven-wicket hammering of Bangladesh, as they finished strongly.

And in the women’s competition, there were upset wins for Bangladesh and India, which had an impact on the semi-final line-up.

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