Ep 78: INCREDIBLE India Conquer the Gabba and England Win in Sri Lanka
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In the latest episode of The Cricket Podcast, Jack, Ross and Max break down the events from this week’s two thrilling Test matches.

In part they talk about India’s stunning win against Australia. The Gabba fortress has crumbled, India retained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, and it is impossible to kill Cheteshwar Pujara. The boys ask, how the fuck did this happen?

In part two (50 mins), they turn their attention to England v Sri Lanka. Joe Root and the boys pulled off a solid win, despite a few early shakes in their fourth innings chase. Do England need to worry about their spinners? Who will they pick for the second Test? And who is Randy Caddick?

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