Monday 23 May 2016 09:23, UK
We hear from James Taylor and Michael Holding as well as the captains after England wrapped up victory over Sri Lanka in the first Investec Test.
Taylor discusses how players pass the time during rain delays, his disappointment at having been forced to retire just as he was establishing himself in the England side and how he is enjoying the chance to join the "big names" in the Sky Sports commentary team for the day.
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He also talks about his upcoming surgery, fielding at short leg and playing rugby against Jonny Bairstow.
Meanwhile, on the pitch England completed a comprehensive win by an innings and 88 runs with James Anderson taking another five-for to end with match figures of 10-45.
Afterwards, both captains - Alastair Cook and Angelo Mathews - as well as man of the match Bairstow, gave their reaction.
As well as that, Michael Holding explains why England's bowlers should be given the credit rather than the Sri Lankan batsmen being blamed for their low scores at Headingley and sees promise in Kusal Mendis.
The former West Indies fast bowler also ponders how England will try to replace Ben Stokes if the all-rounder is ruled out of the second Test at Durham.
Watch the second Investec Test between England and Sri Lanka, at Chester-le-Street, from 10am, Friday, Sky Sports 2. Or watch from £6.99 without a contract, on NOW TV.