I think you should let the ball come to you, which is what Langer does better than any of the left-handers in this Australian side.
If the ball is moving around a bit you can't commit yourself down the pitch
Vaughan now plays more on the crease than he did
In many ways the hunt for a new Botham is just about over, although it is only Test match two out of five
There are three more games to come and at the end of that we'll know whether we've had another Botham's Ashes.
As they say the sun shines on the righteous.
To be honest, David, I'm struggling,.. I have not been to bed yet. Behind these glasses tells a thousand stories.
Whatever happens in India and Pakistan, the next big challenge is Down Under.
I started gardening with my grandmother when I was 6
Because it has been such a long time since we won, maybe we are all the more grateful that the wait has ended. I have such strong memories of '85 as captain, holding up the urn and celebrations at the Oval but that was it. We never had a parade in those days.
People are talking of his susceptibility to the rising delivery, but let me tell you that when you are out of form, every ball looks like a hand grenade.
As a player you are always made to feel welcome, but at the same time, there is too much pressure.
It was a question of helping a man prepare in the way that suits him best. The theory is if you give a man responsibility for his own actions, then it is up to him to accept that responsibility.
He is a very positive captain; he is proactive as well as reactive. He is keen to read the game, to get in there, and he never stops thinking about the game, the situation, and trying to turn it to his advantage. He has been very good for the game.
So much depends on the performance, and here you are also tied up in the emotion the game evokes.