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The Cricket Collective - Why Brook Must Play At The World Cup & A Tribute To Heath Streak

Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to discuss the biggest talking points from England's T20 series against New Zealand, and they explain why Harry Brook must play at the upcoming World Cup in India next month. England captain Heather Knight reflects on the news that her team will receive equal match fees as the Men's side, and she also reflects on the T20 series against Sri Lanka so far. The former Zimbabwe captain Alistair Campbell joins the show to pay tribute to his former team-mate Heath Streak, who sadly passed away this week, and they discuss the idea of Cricket being introduced at the 2028 Olympic Games as well as looking at the latest movements in County Cricket.

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