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Sim Series, Sri Lanka v England, 2nd Test: Team news

With the Sri Lanka v England Test series postponed because of coronavirus, we’re playing out two Test matches between Sri Lanka and England on Cricket Captain 2018’s ‘All-Time Greats’ mode… This is Sim Series. In the wake of England’s big win in the first Test, we asked whether they should be forced to omit players who retired before Sri Lanka ever played a Test match. Most of you said they should. Okay, people were able to respond to the survey multiple times if they wanted ...
Tags: England, Cook, Sex, Ian Bell, Sri Lanka, England cricket news, Paul Collingwood, Ben Stokes, Graham Gooch, Adil Rashid, Matt Prior, Monty Panesar, Jonathan Trott, Ian Botham, David Gower, Kumar Sangakkara

Flybe bailout opens a can of wormsFlybe bailout opens a can of worms

Comment: Ian Bell, head of travel and tourism for RSM
Tags: Travel, Ian Bell

Let’s anchor Ollie Pope as a flighty middle-order shotmaker and see where he takes us

Ollie Pope (via Sky Sports) Stereotypes are great. Stereotypes lighten the load on your mind. There has been no time in human history when stereotypes have had any kind of negative impact whatsoever. Fit a new person to an existing internal mental template and you free up a load of thinking time for all the important stuff like ‘what’s for tea?’ and ‘why do Mulder and Scully always wear sensible shoes when there’s a 40 per cent chance they’ll end up in a foot pursuit before the...
Tags: Sex, India, New Zealand, Pope, Ian Bell, England cricket news, James Vince, Scully, Mulder, Mark Ramprakash, Sam Northeast, James Hildreth, Keaton Jennings, Ollie Pope, Matt Renshaw James Hildreth Ollie Pope

Horace Goes Copyright Striking

In the universe of video game mascots, Horace’s star dimmed long ago. Hero of 8-bit hits Hungry Horace and Horace Goes Skiing, he was a shapeless blob with holes for eyes and a flick of hair generally mistaken for a single stunted arm. No official sequels have appeared for decades and few modern players even know his name. But Horace was recently embroiled in controversy after his apparent new owner, a retrogaming entrepreneur, issued copyright strikes against the character’s only YouTube superf...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Feature, Post, UK, News, Australia, Youtube, IP, Bbc, Copyright, Atari, Ian Bell, Sarah, Roland, Trademarks

Chris Woakes has a beard now and that definitely says something although we’re not exactly sure what

Chris Woakes (via TMS Twitter video) Remember when Ian Bell grew an almost-beard? That was a statement if ever there was one. Ian Bell’s beard said, “I am grizzled nowadays. I am a veteran. I am a man.” Gingery and flecked with grey, Bell’s was the facial hair of a cowboy who’d been on the trail for a few days. Bell’s beard had barely eaten and had only washed in an icy river. Bell’s beard was saddle sore. Bell’s beard had killed a man. It wasn’t a beard that reflected...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Bbc, Adelaide, Warner, Ian Bell, David Warner, Eoin Morgan, England cricket news, Mark Wood, Bell, Chris Woakes, Woakes, Mohammad Yousuf, TMS Twitter

Ian Bell primed for role as England's U19 World Cup batting coach

Appointment suggests Bell can look forward to a career in coaching when his playing days end
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Ian Bell, Bell

Let’s rate the ‘serious face’ of every England player in the new trailer for The Edge

The Edge (all images via YouTube) There’s a new trailer for The Edge, the documentary about that England team that got to number one in the world and then fell apart. We had ten questions about the first trailer, but this second one really ramps up the seriousness. NO ENGLAND TEAM FELL HARDER says one of the shouty captions and it’s pretty clear that there’s going to be quite a lot about the psychological challenges of Test cricket in this film. To really pull that off,...
Tags: England, Mississippi, Sex, Ian Bell, Kevin Pietersen, Jimmy Anderson, Andrew Strauss, England cricket news, Steven Finn, Graeme Swann, Jonathan Trott, Bell, Strauss, Monty, Jimmy, Cricket media

Warwickshire: Olly Stone and Ian Bell have June target for injury return

Injury-hit Warwickshire hope to have England internationals Olly Stone and Ian Bell back "around June".
Tags: England, Cricket, Ian Bell, Warwickshire, Olly Stone

Ian Bell: Warwickshire batsman out for three months after toe surgery

Batsman Ian Bell will miss the start of Warwickshire's season, after surgery to repair a ligament tear in his toe.
Tags: Cricket, Ian Bell, Warwickshire

Alex Hales, Chris Jordan return to PSL for play-offs after England's Caribbean tour

Hales replaces Ian Bell at champions Islamabad United, Jordan rejoins Peshawar Zalmi
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Ian Bell, Caribbean, Hales, Psl, Alex Hales Chris Jordan, Islamabad United Jordan

Something truly remarkable might be about to happen and it involves Keaton Jennings

Keaton Jennings (via Channel 5) Remember last week when Joe Denly was picked for England because he happened to be nearby and wasn’t Keaton Jennings? Well it looks like those selection criteria were a little too exacting so they may have to soften them a bit. You may be aware that there are fitness concerns about Foakes, Stokes and Woakes, but let us alert you to the fact that all the time you spend thinking about how their names rhyme was time you didn’t spend thinking about w...
Tags: England, Sex, Ian Bell, West Indies, England cricket news, Ben Stokes, Mark Wood, Jonny Bairstow, Chris Woakes, James Vince, Sam Curran, Ben Foakes, Joe Denly, Keaton Jennings, Foakes Stokes

First Test notes: Moeen's Immaculate Disaster

Moeen Ali is a poetic cricketer, a cricketer to watch, and almost everything he does is worth watching. When he has a bad Test, or a bad tour, he accommodates failure in his own way.The first innings in Barbados was a lovely example of this. Advance publicity on Moeen is that the short ball can unsettle him. His instinct is to hook, but he knows that he probably shouldn't, and in going against instinct he has created a problem for himself. When his first delivery from Kemar Roach came flying dow...
Tags: England, Sex, Ian Bell, Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali, Jos Buttler, Stokes, Steve Harmison, Bairstow, Barbados, Philip, Omar, Pietersen, Jimmy, Moeen, Higgins

Array of Official, Odd Mad Box Concepts Flood Twitter

The renders keep coming. Last week, Slightly Mad Studios CEO Ian Bell shocked the internet when he revealed that the company behind “Project Cars 2” was developing a “stand-alone console” called the Mad Box. He followed up the surprise news, announced via Twitter, with a short interview with Variety in which he detailed some of […]
Tags: Twitter, News, Ian Bell, Project Cars, Slightly Mad Studios, Mad Box

First Look at In-Development Console Mad Box

Slightly Mad Studios, the company behind “Project Cars 2,” kicked off 2019 with the surprising news that it was developing a “stand-alone console” called the Mad Box. On Friday, the company’s CEO revealed the first images of the system. CEO Ian Bell said in a Tweet Friday that the Mad Box would have a carry handle […]
Tags: News, Ian Bell, Project Cars, Slightly Mad Studios, Mad Box

Project Cars game studio is working on “the most powerful console ever built”

London-based game development shop Slightly Mad Studios – which is behind the Project CARS racing sim series, as well as the Need for Speed: Shift franchise – is living up to its name with the announcement of its next project: a game console to rival the Xbox and PlayStation, and support VR content, in three years’ time. That’s from CEO Ian Bell, who told Variety that the ‘Mad Box’ console will “support most major VR headsets and those upcoming and the specs will be equivalent to a ‘very fast PC...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, London, Ian Bell, Variety, Slightly Mad Studios, Plugged

Slightly Mad Studios’ CEO Reveals Details on New Console (EXCLUSIVE)

Slightly Mad Studios is developing a “stand alone console,” that will support VR, CEO Ian Bell revealed Wednesday. The Twitter account of Ian Bell, CEO of Slightly Mad Studios cryptically tweeted “The Mad Box is coming” on Wednesday. When reached for more details, Bell told Variety that the console will ship in “around three years […]
Tags: Hardware, News, Ian Bell, Bell, Variety, Project CARS 2, Slightly Mad Studios, CES 2019, Mad Box, Need for Speed: Shift

Ten important questions after watching the trailer for that new England documentary ‘The Edge’

The Edge is a 1997 film starring Anthony Hopkins, Alec Baldwin, Elle Macpherson and Bart the Bear, a kodiak bear who also starred in Legends of the Fall among other things (actual fact). It is a lost-in-the-wilderness-getting-hunted-by-a-kodiak-bear film. The Edge is also going to be a 2019 documentary about the last England team that got to number one in the world but then fell apart. You can watch the trailer here. Here are ten important questions that arise after wat...
Tags: England, Mississippi, Sex, Alastair Cook, Ian Bell, Kevin Pietersen, Jimmy Anderson, Andrew Strauss, England cricket news, Monty Panesar, Graeme Swann, Andy Flower, Jonathan Trott, Chris Tremlett, Bart, Monty

Reflective and renewed, Ian Bell is ready to solve England's No 3 problem

Ian Bell is a man who knows a thing or two about the importance of the number three slot. The Warwickshire man was shunted up to the position at various points during his England career but never truly nailed it down. The list of England number threes in recent years is a lengthy one with only Jonathan Trott looking truly at home in a position that has often proved pivotal in the sport’s longest format.
Tags: England, News, Ian Bell, Warwickshire, Jonathan Trott

Ian Bell: Warwickshire and England batsman signed by Islamabad United in PSL

Warwickshire and England batsman Ian Bell is signed by Pakistan Super League champions Islamabad United.
Tags: England, Cricket, Ian Bell, Warwickshire, Psl, Pakistan Super League, Islamabad United

The hits and misses from a low-key PSL 2019 player draft

Ian Bell, who last played for England in 2015, proved to be a surprise pick, while Shahid Afridi found a new home and Brendon McCullum was overlooked
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Ian Bell, Brendon Mccullum, Shahid Afridi, Psl

Shimron Hetmyer just narrowly missed out on making back-to-back hundreds against India

Shimron Hetmyer (via ICC) On Sunday, Shimron Hetmyer made 106 off 78 balls against India. Today he made 94 off 64 balls. We’ve only seen a handful of video clips, but let us tell you that Shimron can unfurl a satisfyingly ludicrous follow-through when the mood takes him. He is 21 years old and we’re sure you’ll agree he promises to be a great deal of fun. The general rule at the minute is that good young batsmen in the weaker teams count double. Pretty much everyone wants to see a bit more fr...
Tags: Sex, India, Ian Bell, Icc, West Indies, Anya Shrubsole, India cricket news, Shimron Hetmyer, Shimron, Shimron Odilon Hetmyer Shimron Odilon Hetmyer

Ian Bell's hundred means Warwickshire closer to keeping their promise

Jonathan Trott was also closing in on three figures as the prolific pair ground down the Sussex attack
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Ian Bell, Sussex, Warwickshire, Jonathan Trott

County Championship: Ian Bell puts Warwickshire in control at Sussex

Division Two leaders Warwickshire take control on the opening day of their match at Sussex as Ian Bell hits an unbeaten ton.
Tags: Cricket, Ian Bell, Sussex, Warwickshire

When an Old Cricketer Leaves the Crease

When the moment comes, and the gathering stands And the clock turns back to reflect On those years of grace, as the footsteps trace For the last time out of the act Well this way of life’s recollection The hallowed strip in the haze The fabled men in the noonday sun Are much more than just yarns of their daysRoy Harper, When an Old Cricketer Leaves the Crease When John Murray - a man who was simply ‘JT’ to a generation - died in late July, Mike Selvey, who is old enough to have played with him ...
Tags: England, Cook, Australia, Sex, Melbourne, Alastair Cook, Ian Bell, Matt Prior, Jonathan Trott, Strauss, Monty, Mike Selvey, John Murray, Brian Carpenter, Roy Harper, Alastair You

Ian Bell, 204 - never better than when he has gone

Since Ian Bell has come to terms with the fact that his England days are over, he has made it seem more illogical than eve
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Ian Bell

Ian Bell: Warwickshire batsman passes 20,000 first-class runs as Glamorgan struggle

Warwickshire's England batsman Ian Bell passes 20,000 first-class career runs with 204 at Colwyn Bay against Glamorgan.
Tags: England, Cricket, Ian Bell, Warwickshire, Glamorgan, Colwyn Bay

County Championship: Ian Bell puts Warwickshire on top v Glamorgan

Division Two leaders Warwickshire finish day one at Colwyn Bay on top, posting 116-3 in reply to Glamorgan's 203 all out.
Tags: News, Ian Bell, Warwickshire, Glamorgan, Colwyn Bay

Defending champions Nottinghamshire face exit as serene Ian Bell marshals victory

The holders were handed their sixth defeat of the North Group campaign by a Bears team which remains in the qualification race thanks to a solid bowling display
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Nottinghamshire, Ian Bell, North Group

Prolific form revives Ian Bell's thoughts of England comeback

The 36-year-old is enjoying an outstanding domestic season and England's middle-order remains fragile
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Ian Bell

Ian Bell: Warwickshire batsman wants to add to 118 Test caps

Warwickshire's Ian Bell still has the hunger to play for England - 12 months on from doubting whether he wanted to play cricket at all.
Tags: England, News, Ian Bell, Warwickshire