It's the summer of 2021. Day-night cricket is now a regular on the program in India and South Africa. England has built a roofed stadium, the Giles Clarke Bowl. And Test cricket, unexpectedly, is still alive.
Chris Dutton Former Australia vice-captain Brad Haddin has declared day-night Test matches "a massive success", adding his replacement Peter Nevill now "feels at home" as the team's wicket-keeper.
Phil Lutton Courtney Walsh, the great West Indian fast bowler, believes the hopes of Caribbean Test cricket could rest with the pink ball.
Jesse Hogan As Cricket Australia remain stoic about the potential of the West Indies for the summer's marquee Tests, at the MCG and SCG, its biggest hope of a record crowds at those venues rest with the Big Bash League city derbies.
Phil Lutton Jason Holder wants his team to stand their ground, like Steve Waugh against Curtly Ambrose, when they begin their three-Test tour in Hobart.
Chris Barrett Having begun the home summer with the pace trio of Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood Australia's fast bowling contingent may well be entirely unrecognisable when they resume on Thursday week against the West Indies in Hobart.
Chris Dutton Brad Haddin won a World Cup, scored 23 first class centuries and played 66 Tests. But he couldn't do what Owen has done.
Tom Decent New South Wales have successfully chased the 102 runs required to win for the loss of three wickets in their Sheffield Shield clash against Queensland on Monday.
Andrew Wu New Zealand have sent a please explain to the International Cricket Council over the controversial decision review system call which spared Nathan Lyon in the third Test.
Steve Smith has defended the strange decision to send Mitchell Starc out to bat with a broken foot when only two runs were required for victory and there were two other fit batsmen ready to go.