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Bob Willis explains why it is not vital that Andrew Flintoff performs on his T20 comeback for Lancashire…
Uncapped seamer Harry Gurney will add some variety to England's bowling options, says Bob Willis.
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Bob Willis thinks Jonathan Trott will be absent from England duty for some time following his relapse.
England need Jonathan Trott's skill as they embark on a post-Kevin Pietersen era, says Bob Willis.
South Africa's never-say-die attitude in the third Test exemplified Graeme Smith's reign, says Bob Willis.
Shane Watson's return will boost Australia, says Bob Willis, but South Africa will nick the series.
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