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Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White with an alternative (and sometimes musical) look at cricket...
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4.9 stars from 2,290 ratings
Infectiously addictive.
If you could bottle the feeling of happiness and joy that emanates from this amazing podcast and sell it, the world would be infinitely brighter. Not just for cricket fans, although if you love the game then it’s most definitely for you! And my love for Mattchin knows no bounds! Go well!
ZK0183 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/17/19
Best thing since sliced
This podcast is amazing, you don’t have to even like cricket to enjoy it. I have listened to every episode since day 1. I look forward to listening every week. And genuinely feel like I am part of a family. I would love to spend an evening with the lads, would be on my bucket list. My only...Read full review »
Isaac_meat via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/17/19
Listening in Des Moines, Iowa. As is my newborn son when I do the midnight feed. Every night he gets a “go well” from Dad. Pretty sure I can make out a “cheers” between the cooing. His nappies are a bit spicy though in the morning.
smhoyle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/17/19
Recent Episodes
On the morning after the night before, Greg, Jimmy, Felix (with a very croaky voice) and Mattchin, look back at THAT game with a very Special Tailenders recorded in the pub.
Published 07/15/19
Greg, Jimmy and Felix are at Lord's for England v New Zealand plus a special 'GCS' from Jeremy Coney and will Mattchin get a ticket for the match?
Published 07/14/19
Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White reflect on England's semi-final win over Australia, plus GCS, a banner update, go wells and can they get a World Cup final ticket for Mattchin?
Published 07/12/19
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