Cricket Writers on TV podcast: Women's World Cup reviewed
Last Updated: 27/08/17 4:21pm
On this week's Cricket Writers on TV podcast, the panel reflect on the hugely successful ICC Women's World Cup tournament, look ahead to the third Test between England and South Africa and discuss the ongoing pay dispute in Australia.
Mike Selvey, Adam Collins and Saj Sadiq joined Paul Allott to delve behind the best headlines in the Sunday newspapers, with particular focus towards the sell-out women's final at Lord's, where an Anya Shrubsole-inspired England would ultimately triumph.
Also up for discussion, the potential for the women's game to grow even further, the inclusion of Tom Westley in the England Test squad, Pakistan's progress following their ICC Champions Trophy win earlier this summer, and whether this winter's Ashes is under threat as Cricket Australia and its players continue to feud.
Cricket Writers on TV continues throughout the summer, on Sky Sports every Sunday for 14 weeks until the end of August.
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