Livingstone reflects on valuable Big Bash League stint
Livi discusses reaching the BBL|10 final, playing in front of crowds again and opening the batting with World Cup winner Jason Roy
Lancashire batsman - and England's latest IT20 call-up - Liam Livingstone has been discussing another winter spent Down Under in the Big Bash League with Perth Scorchers.
Livingstone crashed 426 runs at a strike rate above 130 - including three half-centuries - to help Perth reach their first final in four years before suffering a narrow defeat to defending champions Sydney Sixers.
In a wide-ranging interview, with former Lancashire and England wicketkeeper Warren Hegg, the 27-year-old admits to 'feeling like a kid again' when playing in front of crowds for the first time in 12 months, as well as learning from fellow England man, and his Scorchers opening partner, Jason Roy.
Watch the full interview below
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