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  • Everyone loves Kohli because he speaks honestly - Warne

    Everyone loves to Kohli, because he speaks honestly Warn


    The inaugural Indian Premier League champions, Rajasthan Royals, are in midst of a makeover. Their talismanic skipper then, Shane Warne is once again the face driving that change. On Sunday, ...

  • Daryl Harper - Smiling because he means it

    Daryl Harper Smiled, because he believes it


    It took him nearly two decades, but Daryl Harper finally had his closure. It aptly came at the Adelaide Oval too, even if from an unlikely source. It was here ...

  • 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 ...

  • Be like India or England? - South Africa's lower order conundrum

    Be, such as India or England? - South africa's reduction of the Puzzles


    Faf du Plessis finds himself in an unusual position for a South African captain. With less than five months for the world Cup, there is very little expectation that the ...

  • In numbers: How the World Cup teams fare - The Powerplay

    By the numbers: As the World Cup teams of fee - Powerplay


    With the World Cup in the horizon, Cricbuzz - in a three-part series - investigates how the teams have fared at various stages of an ODI match in the current World ...

  • In Numbers: How the World Cup Teams fare - The middle overs

    By the Numbers: As the World Cup Teams-fresh - Mid-overs


    With the World Cup in the horizon, Cricbuzz - in a three-part series - investigates how the teams have fared at various stages of an ODI match in the current World ...

  • Allan Lamb, the man who set the ODI pace that England have finally caught on to

    Allan Lamb, the Man, the ODI Pace that England, finally, prisoner


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  • Why a floating pinch-hitter is the need of hour at 2019 WC

    Why a floating pinch hitter is the Need of the Hour 2019 WC


    November 8, 1987, Kolkata's Eden Gardens, and Australia, attempting to win a first World Cup, are 151 for 1 in the 37th over when Dean Jones chips England's ...

  • 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 ...

  • England - very good or very lucky?

    England - very good or very happy?


    Depending on who you listen to or who provides your kicks on Twitter, England are either very good or very lucky. Sometimes they are both, and to illustrate that let'...

  • The three stages of Liam Plunkett

    The three Phases of Liam Plunkett


    At the end of the 2012 summer, Jack Brooks signed for Yorkshire from Northamptonshire. Being something of an eager beaver, he had sorted out a flat which had a spare ...

  • The Alchemists - How New Zealand punch above their weight

    Alchemists, such As new Zealand wallop on His Weight


    When James Neesham took the final wicket to seal a remarkable semi-final victory over India on Wednesday, the look on his captain's face almost suggested that New Zealand ...

  • Steyn - A slick machine made for speed and breaking records

    Steyn - smooth Machine for the Speed and break Records


    439 wickets at 22.95 from 93 Tests. Dale Willem Steyn finishes with more wickets in Test cricket than any other South African. It will be an understatement if one ...

  • Live Cricket Score - West Indies vs India, 1st Test, Day 4

    Live Cricket Score West Indies vs India, 1st Test, Day 4


    Shami into the act; One to goStumps in disarray again. A recurring pattern in the last hour or so. But this time it is Shami, who gets Chase to play ...

  • Is it time for Kohli to replace Dhawan as T20I opener?

    It is Time for Kohli to replace Dhawan as T20I nf?


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  • How Mitchell Starc got back his smile again

    As Mitchell Starc again, smile again


    Mitchell Starc has got his smile back. And when Starcy's smiling, Australian cricket is smiling with him. For, it generally is a sign that he's bowling at his ...

  • Dravid proposes plan to facilitate alternative careers for youngsters

    Dravid offers plan to facilitate alternative Careers for Young people


    Life after retirement is one of the biggest anxieties facing professional sportsmen the world over. In India, with youngsters today being encouraged to take up sport as a career, and ...

  • Rhodes rues short bowling from both ends, explains Mustafizur's non-selection

    Rhodes streets short bowling from both ends, " says mustafizur rahman (centre for's non-Selection


    Bangladesh would have been better off going for the short-ball ploy from one end rather than from both the ends, their head coach Steve Rhodes admitted after the second ...

  • MCC World Cricket Committee recommends clock-timers and free-hits for Tests

    MCC World Cricket Committee recommends that clock, the Timer, and free hits for Testing


    The MCC World Committee, which met in Bengaluru on the March 8 and 9, has come up with a wide range of recommendations to make Test cricket spectator-friendly, the ...

  • Batting in IPL through the prism of contextual stats

    Stick the DPI through the PRISM of the contextual stats


    Debates in cricket revolve around context, but cricket statistics hardly do. Scoring 10 runs per over is expected in the slog overs, while scoring at the same rate in the ...

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