Rhys Wallis looks back at times in sporting history when the underdog came out on top.
Rhys Wallis reviews England’s Cricketing Tour in India and explores their options going forward
So all as expected. Australia cruise to an easy ten-wicket victory over England at the Gabba. But it could have been different. For three days this Test match was a tight and tense affair with neither side able to land the decisive blow; England failed to press home their advantages when in the ascendency, though. […]
The Second World War stole the lives of many great men and less importantly, robbed numerous potential sporting legends of the best years of their career. As a man who volunteered for the army in 1939, Len Hutton could easily have fallen into either category. The Yorkshire opener spent the time between his twenty-third and […]