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  • Chatter: Why is IPL 2019 different?

    Chatter: Why is IPL-2019 different?


    Breathe. For you are at the start point of sixty matches and a thrillingly assorted bag of cricketing drama packed into a little over 50 days. The IPL has rolled ...

  • The T20 Revolution - Money Trail

    The T20 Revolution, Money


    During the IPL's 12th edition, Cricbuzz is publishing a five-part series looking at the broader picture of how Twenty20 is shaping cricket's future. The first installment follows ...

  • 2019 County Championship: A season full of opportunities

    2019 County Championship: A Season full of Possibilities


    Welcome to the most wonderful time of the year! Sure, a lot of events lay claim to such a tag - we see you, Christmas - but the start of the County ...

  • Sleeping giants stirring? USA and Nigeria hint at things to come

    Sleeping giant stirring? UNITED states and Nigeria Note on Things to come


    For those who put stock in status, the United States have long had comfortably the worst international record in the game's history. Their debut T20I series against the UAE ...

  • When discomfort rekindled the Bairstow fire

    If the Complaints relit the Fire of Bairstow


    Sportsmen and women are just straight-up weird. Once you get your head around that, a lot of what they do makes sense.Let's talk motivation. Of course, playing ...

  • Why are West Indies coaches being ignored at home and abroad?

    Why are the West Indies Trainers unknown in switzerland and Abroad?


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  • A decade that transformed women's cricket for good

    A Decade, transforms, and Women's cricket good


    A sold-out crowd at Lord's saw England win the World Cup in 2017 "On TV," was Cathryn Fitzpatrick's witty reply when asked where she saw women's ...

  • The age of India, the decade of Srini

    Years, India, the Decade of Srini


    The BCCI crown has tightly embraced N. Srinivasan in a decade India could've destroyed everyone in the room. Happily, it didn't. The great and the good, and a ...

  • Ngidi, ready or not, facing up to new normal

    Ngidi, ready or not, the new normal


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  • Rahkeem Cornwall: Cricket's gain, nearly the NFL's loss

    Rahkeem Cornwall: Cricket'is winning, about the NFL's Loss


    Cornwall has already shown that once he has a ball in his hands, it is difficult not to stay focused on his guile and skills as an off-spinner In ...

  • Rechristened Delhi Capitals' time to turn a corner

    Called Delhi Capitals' s first Corner of a turn


    There's an imaginary ticker clicking away as Delhi Capitals look over their shoulders. Rechristened only recently as part of a partial change in ownership, the Delhi franchise has existed ...

  • Mustafizur advised two weeks rest after ankle injury

    Mustafizur rahman (centre for recommended two Weeks of Break after Injury to the Ankle


    Bangladesh received another injury scare ahead of the World Cup after pacer Mustafizur Rahman was advised rest for two weeks on Thursday due to an ankle injury he sustained the ...

  • Mustafizur banking on his variations for World Cup success

    Mustafizur rahman (centre for banking on the Variations of Success in the world cup


    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman believes his go-to deliveries - the slower balls and the cutters - will be his best friends come the World Cup in England in May later this ...

  • The World Cup bridge for a divided United Kingdom

    World cup Bridges a split in the United Kingdom


    A three-member street play group, clad in all black, put on an impromptu skit near one of the entrances to the Baker Street station on the London Underground on ...

  • Jason Roy - England's Totem

    Jason Roy - England's Totem


    At the start of the 2010/11 football season, Arsenal carried out a series of psychological tests on their players.It was all very routine: a set of questions to ...

  • With Cup in hand, England beginning to win back the world

    With the Cup in his hand, in England, at the Beginning of reclaiming the World


    OK England you can have this World Cup, and we, the rest of the cricket world, will not scoff at you begrudgingly.You know how it is. You know how ...

  • Perry the greatest female player we're ever going to see: Charlotte Edwards

    Perry's greatest female Players, we're again and again to see: Charlotte Edwards


    Charlotte Edwards, the former England captain, has heaped praise on Australia's star all-rounder Ellyse Perry by calling her the "greatest" player the women's game is "ever going ...

  • Dion Myers to lead Zimbabwe at the Under-19 World Cup

    Dion Myers to lead Zimbabwe at the under 19 World Cup


    Former captain Prosper Utseya will be coaching the Under 19 side in the World Cup. Zimbabwe have named Dion Myers as captain of a squad with a few experienced players ...

  • Faf du Plessis heralds bright new day for revamped South Africa

    Faf du Plessis sounds clear on the Day of review, in south Africa


    There's a palpable sense of optimism in South African cricket with the return of former players as coaching staff Struggling football teams who sack their managers often show significant ...

  • Australia seek home comforts after rough away form

    Australia searching for home Comfort after the turmoil city


    I can put it [the losing streak] down to the top-4 not scoring the bulk of the runs: Warner There's been a wave of nostalgia and a flurry ...

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