Cricket Coach

Cricket Coach 4.3

Cricket Coach is the most realistic cricket game available for Windows PC's

Cricket Coach 2009 is the most realistic cricket game available for Windows PC's. Featuring an accurate match engine and detailed strategy options, cricket on your computer has never felt so real! Play as any of the Test Match playing nations, or pick from over 100 domestic sides. Manage your team both off and on the field, they need your leadership to succeed!

Cricket Coach 2009 takes the series into new territory. Building on top of the hugely popular earlier games the 2009 release includes a huge range of new features. Every cricket fan needs it in their collection.

* The most detailed database of world cricketers available in any computer game.
* Great new game engine that is lightening quick compared to all previous games in the series.
* Detailed batting and bowling tactics allow you to control your team on the field. Use your cricketing knowledge to guide your team to victory.
* Realistic domestic schedule for each season. Lead your team in their division of the County Championship, have a blast in the T20 cup, show off your one day skills in the FP trophy and P40 league.
* Easy to use field editor allowing customised fields. Also tell your bowlers what line and length to bowl, plus type of delivery
* Improved match engine provides realistic cricket action all the way from long five day test matches to rain reduced T20 slogs.
* Fully simulated Indian T20 franchise league. Once again completely unique to Cricket Coach 2009. Also includes exciting player auction reflecting real life.

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