Sky Cricket Podcast: Bumble and Alastair Cook on England v Sri Lanka
Cook to 10,000; Anderson to 450; and cricket songs up for debate
Last Updated: 31/05/16 11:55am
England have won the Investec Test series against Sri Lanka with a game to play, Alastair Cook has become the first Englishman to pass 10,000 Test runs, and James Anderson has pocketed a 450th Test wicket.
Each of those milestones are discussed in detail on the latest Sky Cricket Podcast as we hear from England captain Cook - the youngest man to 10,000 and 12th overall - as well as David Lloyd and Mahela Jayawardena.
Cook chats about his landmark with Michael Atherton and explains how mentor Graham Gooch as well as his team-mates and family have helped him record such a substantial achievement.
Bumble, meanwhile, praises Anderson, who is now perched on 451 Test wickets, after match figures of 8-94 helped England defeat Angelo Mathews' side by nine wickets at Durham's Emirates Riverside.
Lloyd also looks at the struggles of Anderson's fellow England paceman Steve Finn - and continues his quest to think of song titles that can be given a cricketing tweak.
Plus, Jayawardena mulls over Sri Lanka's improvement with the bat after they posted a score of 475 in their second innings at Chester-le-Street and Dinesh Chandimal (126) hit a first Test ton outside of Asia.
For all that, plus the thoughts of Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews, listen to the Sky Cricket Podcast.