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Here’s a sneak peek at what’s in this week’s edition of TCP…
• A breakdown of the IPL auction which saw a number of English players pick up deals.
• Chris Stocks gives the latest on Jofra Archer and his “dream” of representing England.
• Tim Wigmore looks into Steve Smith’s IPL inclusion over Joe Root despite having an inferior T20 record.
• Derek Pringle counters the arguments of administrators in New Zealand regarding the morals of the IPL and its player draft.
• Izzy Westbury on sibling rivalry in cricket – which duo comes to mind?
• Alison Mitchell believes the aim of attracting a world record MCG crowd in the Women’s World Cup Final is achievable.
• Paul Nixon on why the array of T20 tournaments around the world can affect county cricket.
• Sussex’s Luke Wright on his need for rest and the rise of Jofra Archer.
Moving on from the Ashes – Gary Ballance talks his England future after being drinks-carrier for much of the Ashes.
“They got rid of me” – Durham stalwart Graham Onions talks frankly about his move to Lancashire.