Audio: England prepare for winner-takes-all Stanford match
Thursday 23 October 2008
The money-spinning Stanford Super Series is about to get underway in the Caribbean in what promises to be one of the most exciting and controversial events in the history of cricket.
Kevin Pietersen's men will take on a West Indies select XI, the Stanford Superstars, on Saturday 1 November in a winner-takes-all $20m match in Antigua.
England will also take on this season's Twenty20 Cup champions, Middlesex, and Trinidad & Tobago.
To coincide with this landmark event The Independent has linked up with PA Sport to produce a series of podcasts throughout the series.
Click below to listen to the first podcast, which is a preview of the whole series.
The podcast includes:
* An interview with PA Sport's cricket reporter who will be in the Caribbean for the series, Richard Gibson.
* An in-studio discussion about the Stanford series and Twenty20 cricket in general with PA Sport's cricket expert, Rory Dollard.
* A contribution from umpiring legend Dickie Bird.
* An interview with Paul Winslow, of the England supporters group, The Barmy Army
We will bring you three more podcasts throughout the series. They will include more fun-packed features and contributions from Middlesex captain Shaun Udal and Kent and England batsman Robert Key.
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