A free copy of the Playfair Cricket Annual 2019 worth £9.95 is on offer to customers who order the latest edition of the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack 2019 for £44.99 plus P&P – a saving of more than £10 on the published price. The annuals set cricket fans up for the summer with both books containing statistics and information about the new season which includes the ICC Cricket World Cup and an Ashes series on home soil.
This 40th edition tells you all you need to know about every player from all 18 counties, as well as the England Women squad and the panel of first-class umpires.
There are profiles of all the head coaches and a look at how each county is shaping up while in the Comment section, editor Benj Moorehead looks forward to what promises to be a thrilling summer of cricket, with England hosting the World Cup and then Australia in the men’s and women’s Ashes.
The Cricketers’ Who’s Who is the essential guide to the 2019 cricket season.
As fans look forward to a bumper summer, with the Cricket World Cup and an eagerly anticipated Ashes series, cricket will rarely have had so much exposure. There are comprehensive Test match and limited-overs records and career records to help you follow the action, as well as series records against Australia. For the first time, England will also play Ireland in Test match cricket.
For any cricket fan, the season is never complete without a copy of Playfair to guide you through it all.
The 72nd edition of the Playfair Cricket Annual is packed with all the information you need to follow the cricket season in 2019.
Wisden 2019 provides a contemporary review of the rise and rise of the England one-day team as they head towards a home World Cup in the summer.
In addition Editor Laurence Booth has selected some interesting features about cricket, on and off the field, such as the 1979 tournament, when England made it to the final, but lost out to Clive Lloyd's all-conquering West Indians, Jon Hotten’s tricky life of the groundsman, under pressure from player and administrator alike and a review of how cricket began again in 1919, a few months after the end of the First World War.
This 156th edition of Wisden includes everything from the cricket year - from Ben Stokes's trial for affray to the game in Leicestershire that had to be stopped when a parrot landed on a fielder's shoulder and wouldn't budge.
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