“The argument that no one watches TV any more sounded odder than ever. When the UK next hosts the World Cup, the government must insist that England’s games can be watched by the man and woman on the street, not just those who can afford the subscription. ” As well as giving Eoin Morgan a platform to explain how multiculturalism inspired his victorious team, and a defense of five-day Test cricket after the suggestion it be cut to four, Wisden also raises the subject of unconscious bias in English cricket. The question is asked as to whether this was present amid the narrative of Archer’s year. Booth writes: “[Jofra Archer was] regarded in some quarters as an interloper, until he helped win a World Cup, when he became a national hero. Then, as soon as his pace dropped, or he struggled on heartless pitches in New Zealand with the Kookaburra [ball], his motivation was questioned.