Patrick and Paul talk at length about Australia’s performance in the World T20, dial up an Indian correspondent to get the local feel for the tourney and then shoot through the big issues in The Final Over — get some!
Patrick and Paul have upgraded to improved circumstances, so any complaints will be about content, not audio, quality! Press play above to get stuck into some intelligent, funny and insightful (all hopefully) discussion on the World T20!
Patrick is trundling in with a fraying Kookaburra in his right hand and Paul is launching back over his head for half a dozen over long on!
Patrick and Paul chat about the recently completed Chappell-Hadlee series, debate the controversial Mitchell Marsh dismissal and try to work out why Australia’s pre-WT20 scheduling is so bizarre.
A packed agenda sees Patrick and his copodder Paul dissect the Big Bash final, review the five ODIs between Australia and India, critique Australia’s unusual selection policy viz Shaun Tait and Usman Khawaja and delve deep into pitchsiding. “It’s our best yet!” exclaimed Patrick!
Patrick joined Paul at the crease to chat the rained over third test between Australia and the West Indies, mansplain Chris Gayle’s atrocious behaviour and marvel at the success of the Big Bash. Oh, and bad news for Sri Lanka: we’ve taken the 1996 World Cup off you and claimed it for ourselves!
Patrick and his puddy Paul joined forces to discuss the Boxing Day test versus the West Indies, look ahead to the New Year’s test in Sydney, chat about Death Of A Gentleman and provide some thoughts on the fifth iteration of the Big Bash League.
This week Patrick and his learned cricket colleague Paul tackle the demise of West Indian cricket, preview the fifth iteration of the Big Bash and, ahem, pay tribute to Shaun Marsh.
Patrick and his much more professional co-host Paul look back on a thrilling three days (and nights) in Adelaide, give their verdict on day/night cricket and its future and look ahead to the first test versus the West Indies in Hobart. It’s a bloody good 40 or so minutes!
Cricket cognoscenti Paul and man who enjoys the odd trundle Patrick are back for another lighthearted but highly detailed look at the world of cricket.