As the Indian Premier League looks set to be cancelled or postponed, we speak to the chief executive of the Delhi Capitals Dhiraj Malhotra.
Plus should international cricketers take pay cuts to help out with the financial impact of coronavirus on the game?
And England women's star Tammy Beaumont on volunteering for the National Health Service and keeping fit in lockdown.
Photo: Virat Kohli and Joe Root (Getty Images)
The struggle of being stuck away from home
On this week's Stumped with Alison Mitchell, Charu Sharma and Jim Maxwell we discuss how the world is coping with the coronavirus pandemic.
We hear from cricketer Iain O'Brien who is frantically trying to get from New Zealand back to England to be reunited with his family.
We also look at the Hundred and how domestic cricket in England will have to adapt.
Plus we take a look at the new TV series taking us behind the scenes of one of cricket’s most famous tales of redemption. We are joined by Andre Mauger who directed 'The Test'.
Photo: Iain O'Brien of the Blackcaps walks back after an unsuccessful appeal against Sachin Tendulkar of India during the second one day international match between the New Zealand Black Caps and India at Westpac Stadium on March 6, 2009 in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo by Marty Melville/Getty Images)
Cricket in the time of coronavirus
This week we discuss how coronavirus is affecting cricket domestically, globally and financially. Doctor Daniel Plumley is a sports finance expert and gives us the latest.
We speak to bowler Tymal Mills on what it was like to play in Pakistan before the League was cancelled and what the feeling is among his fellow teammates. He also tells us what it was like to have cricket back in Pakistan.
Plus we hear stories of cricketing kindness from across the world where players and communities are coming together.
Photo: Credit: A health official wearing a facemask amid concerns of the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus checks the body temperature of a cricket fan ahead of a Pakistan Super League fixture (Photo: AFP)
Australia and Katy Perry light up women's cricket
Australia lit up the MCG in front of a record crowd to seal a fifth Twenty20World Cup title in style - Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma discuss how they can build on this success.
In contrast, we figure out why India's cricketers failed to deliver on the big stage and how long before we see the first women's Indian Premier League.
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Australia v India preview
Can the hosts and defending champions Australia make it 5 World Cup wins when they face India on home soil in Sunday's final of the women's Twenty20 World Cup final at the MCG?
It's the biggest tournament in the women's game to date - we'll preview the showdown.
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