England Cricket Captains Since World War II

Who have captained England in Test (5 day international) matches since 1945?
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Seasons
Tests
Captain
1946-47
8
Wally Hammond
1946-50
14
Norman Yardley
1947-48
3
Gubby Allen
1947-48
1
Ken Cranston
1948-49
7
George Mann
1949-51
15
Freddie Brown
1951-52
4
Nigel Howard
1951-52
1
Donald Carr
1952-55
23
Len Hutton
1954
2
David Sheppard
1955-61
41
Peter May
1959-69
27
Colin Cowdrey
1961-64
30
Ted Dexter
1963-66
25
Mike Smith
Seasons
Tests
Captain
1966-67
7
Brian Close
1968
1
Tom Graveney
1969-73
31
Ray Illingworth
1972-73
8
Tony Lewis
1973-75
19
Mike Denness
1974-75
1
John Edrich
1975-77
14
Tony Greig
1977-81
31
Mike Brearley
1977-78
4
Geoff Boycott
1980-81
12
Ian Botham
1981-82
7
Keith Fletcher
1982-84
18
Bob Willis
1982-89
32
David Gower
1986-88
23
Mike Gatting
Seasons
Tests
Captain
1988
2
John Emburey
1988
1
Chris Cowdrey
1988-93
34
Graham Gooch
1989-91
3
Allan Lamb
1992-2001
15
Alec Stewart
1993-2001
54
Mike Atherton
1999-2003
45
Nasser Hussain
1999
1
Mark Butcher
2003-08
51
Michael Vaughan
2004-06
2
Marcus Trescothick
2006-07
11
Andrew Flintoff
2006-12
50
Andrew Strauss
2008-09
3
Kevin Pietersen
2010-date
38
Alistair Cook
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