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  • Tinkering little things to be as well-prepared as I can be for Ashes: Tim Paine

    Tinkering with small Things in order to be well prepared to what point I can be out of the Ashes: Tim Paine


    The last 12 months have been like a roller-coaster ride for Tim Paine. After the ball-tampering saga in Cape Town, he was the chosen one to lead Australia'...

  • The making of Rishabh Pant

    The Manufacture of Rishabh Pants


    He'll hit you for a six...He'll babysit your kids...In the midst of India's utter dominance in the Melbourne Test in January, Rishabh Pant got an ...

  • Professional betting and how it works during IPL

    Paris professionals, and how it works during the initial load


    The Indian Premier League does not just mean big money for players and coaches. For professional gamblers, it is the most lucrative two months of their year.We are not ...

  • Riki Wessels braces for refreshing role flip in Worcestershire

    Riki Wessels Parentheses to refresh Role-flip, in Worcestershire


    As manager of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson always maintained that giving youth its head was vital to the success of the club. "If you give young people your attention ...

  • 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 ...

  • The Hundred: 99 battles won, 1 war lost

    The Hundreds: 99 Fights won, 1 lost the War


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  • The Afghanistan and Nabi chronicles

    Afghanistan and Nabi Chronic


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  • The Baby Whisperer and an unbreakable bond

    The Baby-Whisperers and an indissoluble Bond


    At the end of England's football World Cup journey in Russia, just before the squad dispersed after reaching the semi-finals, Gareth Southgate assembled his charges for one last ...

  • Archer does right by himself and the Caribbean

    Archer was Right in itself, and the Caribbean


    Jofra Archer says it will be "just another game" when England play West Indies on Friday. But how can it be?For Archer, the motivation could not be clearer: a ...

  • Cec Wright, who played with Sobers, Worrell, at 85 is still taking wickets

    Cec Wright, who has played with Enabled, Worrell, 85 still under counters


    Cecil 'CEC' Wright often gets stopped on the road during his long walks around his hometown of Royton, some 10 miles out from Manchester, by sixty-somethings with the same ...

  • In training Yuvraj, there was a method to my madness - Yograj Singh

    In the Training Yuvraj, it was a Method to my Madness Yograj Singh


    By Makarand WaingankarAre great men born great or are they made great? This question is relevant to the story of a father who saw in his son a born player. ...

  • Craig McMillan - The batting innovator long before the T20 era

    Craig McMillan - The Batting of the innovator, long before the T20-era


    Given how much of his life he gave to the game, it was unusual to hear Richie Benaud, brilliant Australian player, captain and commentator, stumped by anything on a cricket ...

  • World Cup 2019 will go down in history as one that got away from us: Gary Stead

    World cup 2019, will remain in History as the one, that got away from us: Gary Stead


    Head coach Gary SteadWe were just one run short. It's a really hollow feeling that you play 100 overs and score the same amount of runs and then still ...

  • Crushed at Lord's, but no longer living off scraps

    Crushed in Lord's, but Life is more from pieces


    It could not have ended any worse.Day three started full of promise of a miracle to leapfrog Sion Mills (1969), Sabina Park (2007) and Bengaluru (2011). Fans streamed through ...

  • Champions Leagues - contrasting visions for European cricket's future

    The Champions League is contrasting Visions of the European cricket'Future


    As Europe's remarkably venerable club competitions heat up in a sweltering continental end-season, the traditional flow of the European cricketing summer will be disturbed this year by the ...

  • Quietly confident, Agarwal gears up for Caribbean challenge

    Calm, confident, Agarwal gets ready for Caribbean challenge


    A rather understated phase of India's maiden series win in Australia in 2018, one which perhaps tilted the series on its head, came at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in ...

  • When Contractor met Griffith: Concussion, illness and the end of a Test career

    If the Contractor has fulfilled Griffith: Concussion of the brain, of the Disease and the End of a Career-Test


    After his brutal assault on Australia's batsmen during his Test debut, there is no doubt that Jofra Archer is the man of the moment. But of course the enthralling ...

  • Cook's journey of hopes, dreams and scaling more targets

    Cook's Travel, Hopes, Dreams, and Scale and more Goals


    Sam Cook couldn't quite believe it. There he was, in September of 2017, in the Edgbaston changing room, a 20 year-old fast-bowler at the end of just ...

  • Antigua Diaries: Drivin' around with a Gavaskar fan

    Antigua Newspapers: Drivin' a Gavaskar fan


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  • Win against Bangladesh has given us self-belief: Andy Moles

    Victory against Bangladesh was us the faith in yourself: Andy Moles


    A new 20-year-old skipper, a dismal World Cup campaign and an opposition who'd made their backyard a fortress. Andy Moles, the former Warwickshire batsman, couldn't have ...

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