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Bob Willis says AB de Villiers could well be the best batsman of all time after blasting a record ODI ton off 31 balls.
South Africa’s Dale Steyn should be lauded as the finest seam bowler in the world, says Bob Willis.
Eoin Morgan’s first act as England captain should be to push himself back up the order, says Bob Willis.
Joe Root and James Taylor batted with great maturity to win England the fifth ODI , says Bob Willis.
England should win the fifth ODI on Thursday with Sri Lanka’s spin attack lacking punch, says Bob Willis.
England should rest Eoin Morgan and Ian Bell for the third ODI to try Alex Hales and James Taylor, says Bob Willis.
Bob Willis says England are going backwards in ODIs after their second straight loss to Sri Lanka.
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