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Morning! How are you? I’m dreadful thanks for asking, same as you – and just like you I’d not have it any other way
In theory, this should be simple: England need 36 runs to win, and have seven second-innings wickets intact; easy. Yeah, just. At the wicket is an impetuous headbanger with a point to prove, and a debutant who’s never experienced anything remotely like this; with the ball are various spinners on home territory; and in between them is a pitch doing loads but not too much.