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India's MS Dhoni is unrivalled as an ODI captain and as a finisher of an innings, says Bob Willis.
Steven Finn has rediscovered his snap - so get him back in the Test team now, says Bob Willis.
Bob Willis believes Alastair Cook should seek some batting advice from former mentor Graham Gooch.
Lancashire and Yorkshire will set the tone for a thrilling Royal London One-Day Cup season, says Bob Willis.
Bob Willis insists Matt Prior may not have played his last Test after announcing he will take a break from cricket.
Alastair Cook will not be sacked as captain this summer even if England lose to India, says Bob Willis.
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