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I like the pitches, I feel I know the fields for plan A and B, but this is our time as a team - we've been building for a while and we've got experience but also middle ones, guys who have played 35-45 Tests, and that is when you learn as a player how to get your team out of trouble or how to put your foot on the throat. We just need to get out of the Gabba with something.feedback
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Sep 12 2017
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Aug 14 2017

We've got a huge amount of respect for the way the West Indies play and the competitive spirit they bring. With a slightly inexperienced team you know they are going to be hungry for success, they are going to be determined to prove themselves and that is something we need to be aware of.feedback

Aug 07 2017

They asked me to wave at them a couple of times, and it's difficult when you're batting. But it can help at places like here and Edgbaston, where the crowd do get on your side and you ride the wave a little bit.feedback

Jul 31 2017

Today, he bowled as quickly as I've seen him bowl. He had the wind behind him; his tail was up, and I think that bouncer that hit Elgar early in his spell really fired him up.feedback

Jul 31 2017

From mid-off, it felt very quick - and the slips were pretty impressed.feedback

Jul 30 2017

It has been a very focused week from us. When we arrived at the Oval we had to put the disappointment behind us. We did not dwell on it too much but we had to speak about how we get better. The first day was a good example of the lessons we have learned. We have got a naturally quick scoring team but sometimes you can reign that in to suit conditions. We did that on the first day but still scored at three an over. The big test will be if we win tomorrow is next week at Old Trafford.feedback

Jul 30 2017

With Stokesy he is a better cricketer when he is in a battle. When he is fired up. The team are learning how to get him in that mode more often than not. He has that real steely focused look about him. He was pumped up for that spell. As players you say to him 'this is your time. Keep going at him. He got the crowd behind him and you could see he was focused on what he had to do.feedback

Jul 30 2017

Root asked the team to make sure our intensity was high in training and that leads you into a Test match well. With back-to-back games, when bowlers tend to rest up a bit, can we match that again?feedback

Jul 30 2017

With Stokesy, he's a better cricketer when he is in a battle and fired up – the team are learning how to get him in that mode more often. He's such a great competitor and he has that steely, focused look about him. He was pumped up for that spell and made a big difference.feedback

Jul 30 2017

It's been a focused week for us. We put Trent Bridge behind us and didn't dwell on it too much and that first day was an example of some lessons we have learned. We are a naturally attacking team but we showed we can rein it in a touch. I suppose the big test now, if we win here, will be next week.feedback

Jul 30 2017

You back yourselves to get six wickets on a day-five pitch. It has shown signs of variable bounce and as soon as the sun comes out it has played better for the batsmen. But you have always felt in the game with the ball.feedback

Jul 30 2017

He had the wind behind him, his tail was up and the bouncer that hit Elgar really fired him up. Fielding at mid on it felt quick. It felt like one of those intimidating spells like Andrew Flintoff used to bowl, heavy and at the batsmen. He dragged the team with him for that little spell and hopefully he can have another spell tomorrow.feedback

Jul 04 2017

A lot of it is to do with the front arm keeping tight. If I keep it in tight, then the right arm comes over straighter and I can move it away. I'm never a massive away-swinger, but I do want to be able to stand the seam up straight and run the ball down the slope.feedback

Jul 04 2017

It reminds you how special it is, and how lucky you are to be a part of it. I've played over a hundred Tests, but this feels like a debut. It's great. I've just turned 31 and I'm still finding things in my action to improve. You don't ever want to fall into the trap of not having anything to work on. I've been bowling probably the best of my career over the last four years.feedback

Jul 04 2017

I maybe averaged 40 against left-handers. Since I've gone round the wicket, I think it's at 15 or 16.feedback

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