WATCH: Anderson chats to Hameed
Ahead of his international debut, Haseeb Hameed sat down with James Anderson for an exclusive chat about his superb season with Lancashire County Cricket Club as well as looking ahead to spending time with England.
19-year-old Hameed became only the second teenager to represent England in a Test Match since 1949 when he opened the batting in the first Test against India in Rajkot on November 9.
WATCH: Paul Allott warns of Indian challenge
Ex-Lancashire and England fast bowler, Paul Allott, told Lancashire County Cricket Club eclusively that England’s challenge during their five Test match series against India will revolve around spin bowling.
Allott noted that the results will rely heavily on how the English batsmen come to terms with the top ranked Test Match side’s spin bowling attack.
Watch the full interview here.
Faulkner returns to Lancashire
James Faulkner is to return to Emirates Old Trafford to play in next season’s NatWest T20 Blast.
The Australian all-rounder helped Lancashire to their first T20 tournament victory in 2015, scoring 302 runs, and becoming joint top wicket taker in the tournament alongside fellow Lancastrian Stephen Parry with 25 wickets each.
Faulkner said, “Finals Day at Edgbaston was one of the best days of my career so hopefully we can replicate the success of 2015 next year.”
Red faced Red Rose players working hard in the gym
The David Lloyd gym has been packed with players from Lancashire County Cricket Club aiming for peak physical form in preparation for the approaching season.
After a disappointing 2016 overall, Lancashire are keen to make improvements with physical fitness far from being ignored.
Anderson looks ahead to India series
Prior to England’s Test series in India, we spoke to England bowler James Anderson in an exclusive interview about the challenges the side will face.
Anderson missed the first test due to a shoulder injury sustained in the summer, but hopes to play a significant role later in the five match series.
Watch: Glen Chapple explains coaching philosophy
Lancashire’s first team coach and Lancashire legend, Glen Chapple, spoke about his process to get the best out of the Red Rose players.
He said, “It’s about the attitude that they bring to training and their understanding of how they’re going to make themselves better.”