Welcome to "The Vaughany and Tuffers Cricket Club," a podcast that takes you on a captivating journey into the world of cricket. Former England stars Michael Vaughan and Phil Tufnell are joined by the Telegraph's Ben Wright for chats with ECB bigwigs and international stars, to village viral sensations. A celebration of cricket in all its glory and absurdity, with new episodes every Wednesday. Come join the club.
The podcast explores every aspect of the game, from the art of bowling and batting to the fierce rivalries between cricketing powerhouses such as India, Pakistan, England, Australia, South Africa, Bangladesh, West Indies, and New Zealand. Michael Vaughan and Phil Tufnell analyze the strategies employed in Test matches, T20s and ODIs around the world.
They offer insights into county cricket, the Hundred and the inner workings of the England Cricket Board. From the elite stadiums to the heart of village and league cricket, this podcast celebrates the grassroots spirit that drives the sport forward.
The hosts also delve into the exhilarating moments that define cricket, including the intensity of the 2023 Ashes, the drama of World Cups, and the revolutionary "The Hundred" tournament.Throughout the podcast, Vaughan and Tufnell share their experiences as cricketers, providing unique insights into the sport. They discuss the legendary all-rounders, the opening batsmen who set the tone, and the charismatic skippers who lead their teams to victory.
The podcast also showcases interviews with current players, like Sam Curran, Joe Root and Trent Boult and the coaches who are leading the world game.
So, whether you're an ardent cricket fan or new to the sport, "The Vaughany and Tuffers Cricket Club'' promises to be a thrilling and informative journey through the captivating world of cricket. Get ready to be bowled over by this engaging podcast that will leave you wanting more after every episode.
On the eve of the third and final Test with New Zealand, Ben, Phil and Michael sit down with England's batting coach and former opener Marcus Trescothick to discuss what has changed in such a short space of time since the arrival of new head coach Brendon McCullum.
The boys also get his take on the lack of English coaches in the game as well as his own aspirations to become a head coach and what it's like to work with the likes of Root, Bairstow and Lees on a daily basis.
We also get stuck into England's one-day side after their record breaking innings against the Netherlands, and ask if captain Eoin Morgan is running out of time ahead of the T20 World Cup later this year.
And after the chaos of last week at Trent Bridge, the mailbag makes a welcome return to the show!
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