Definition of the Day: Top Order

The first three or, at a push, four batsman at the head of the scorecard – what England currently seem to be lacking in the early part of the summer of 2016.

Usage: “The top order really aren’t firing at the moment, perhaps it’s time for a change of personnel?”

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