Misbah's press-ups? Root's double ton? Hales' fireworks? Here are our pundits' moments of the summer. What's yours?
Jason Roy's perfectionist streak will ensure he continues to improve on the international stage, says Sir Ian Botham.
Sir Ian Botham says England's selectors are considering selecting leg-spinner Adil Rashid for the third Test at Edgbaston.
England could turn to Mark Wood if Ben Stokes' injury rules him out of the third Test against Pakistan, says Sir Ian Botham.
Sir Ian Botham says England are the most feared Test side in the world and deserve to be top of the ICC rankings.
Sir Ian Botham is backing Jos Buttler to continue his impressive ODI form in Friday's clash with Sri Lanka at Edgbaston.
Sir Ian Botham expects Sri Lanka to give England a strong test during the sides' five-match ODI series.
Sir Ian Botham believes England may experiment and hand Jake Ball his Test debut in the third Investec Test against Sri Lanka.
Ian Botham believes Alastair Cook could play for five or six more years and challenge Sachin Tendulkar's all-time Test run record.
England paceman Steven Finn "needs to get a bit nasty" in order to rediscover his bowling rhythm, says Sir Ian Botham.
Sir Ian Botham is tipping Joe Root and Stuart Broad to play starring roles for England in the second Test at Durham.
Sir Ian Botham has backed England to rise to top spot in the Test rankings after their emphatic victory over Sri Lanka.
Sir Ian Botham is excited to see James Vince make his debut for England in Thursday's first Investec Test against Sri Lanka.
Sir Ian Botham is urging England to bat all-rounder Ben Stokes up the order in the ODI series against South Africa.
Sir Ian Botham believes England should stick with Alex Hales, despite the opener averaging just 17 against South Africa.
Sir Ian Botham isn't writing off England's chances of winning the fourth Test against South Africa at Centurion.
Sir Ian Botham expects England to march towards the top of the Test rankings after securing a series win in South Africa.
Sir Ian Botham is backing a 'fired up' England to secure a 2-0 lead over South Africa in the third Test at Johannesburg.
Ian Botham sees England taking plenty of positives into the final two Tests after the draw against South Africa in Cape Town.
Sir Ian Botham is still backing England to beat South Africa in their Test series despite the hosts finding form at Newlands.