Former England director of cricket Andrew Strauss says it has been a "long five months" since his wife Ruth died from a rare lung cancer in December.
Yorkshire's Tim Bresnan backs David Willey to "tear it up" for the county after being left out of England's World Cup squad.
England have "the best opportunity in my time" to win the World Cup this summer, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
From World Cup possible to certainty in the space of three games, the multi-talented Jofra Archer has impressed on and off the field.
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Liam Plunkett says the England players "know that they can get better" heading into a home Cricket World Cup.
England are right to drop Alex Hales but now they must concentrate on a once-in-a-lifetime summer of cricket, says Jonathan Agnew.
BBC Sport assesses whether England can win this summer's World Cup - or if a "moment of madness" will ultimately be their downfall.
Mark Wood's fiery spell against West Indies was exciting and dynamic - now it is up to England to manage him properly, says Jonathan Agnew.
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