England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is likely to appoint former England opener Marcus Trescothick as batting coach. At the same time, also a potential replacement for wicket-keeper coach could include former England wicketkeeper, James Foster. As per reports in Dailymail.co.uk., Marcus
Wicket-keeper plays a very important part of the bowling team and that’s why this role has been given to a specialist. In the 140+-year-old international cricket histories, we have seen many great wicket-keepers and their evolutions in wicketkeeping techniques. There are also
Depression is now becoming a very serious issue in our lifestyle. Many people from the world, including from developed countries, are battling against this depression. While many people are still not aware of this issue, sometimes it takes a dangerous in their
Since his return to international cricket after completing the one-year suspension period, Australian cricketer Steven Smith has slowly but smoothly developed his batting and built up to his familiar world-class level. However, recently during the home Test series, when the Australian top-orders
The former English skipper and the batsman Marcus Trescothick to join the England camp for the upcoming Ashes series. He will be part of the team for a couple of matches, where he is set to help the batting coach in helping
Classic as ever- England veteran Marcus Trescothick on Thursday (June 27) has announced to hung his boots from the professional cricket after the culmination of English county season, this year. Trescothick is the part of Somerset Cricket Club (SCC) in the first-class
Former England opener Marcus Trescothick feels if England harbour hopes of winning the 2019 World Cup, then the form of Jos Buttler with the bat in hand will be very crucial for England. They will be hosting the tournament after 1999 and
With the introduction of Twenty20 cricket across the globe, it has undoubtedly raised the bar of the gentleman’s game in contemporary times. Many are of the belief that the fast-paced cricket has ruined other formats, but that’s not to be the case.
Former England opener batsman Marcus Trescothick has lambasted Australian Vice-captain for his irrational comments regarding traditional upcoming Magellan Ashes series while terming the ‘hatred’ and ‘war’ comments. The Somerset-born ex-specialist left-handed batsman Trescothick for Three Lions pronounced the diatribe from top-order batsman
Former England star batsman and the current opener of Somerset, Marcus Trescothick has agreed to extend his contract with the club for a year more which will see the southpaw play for the county team till the end of the 2011 season.