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  • I have learnt most in my life from failures and setbacks - Virat Kohli

    I've done the most in my Life, Mistakes and Failures - Virat Kohli


    It's been barely two weeks since that World Cup heartbreak in Manchester. Firm favourites to lift the title, India lost in the semifinal to New Zealand. Even before the ...

  • 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 ...

  • World Cricket League Division 2 - Team Previews

    World Cricket League Division 2, The Team Preview


    With ODI status and a place in Associate cricket's top-flight on the line, there's never been more at stake at the World Cricket League's final, frenetic ...

  • The meaning of the World Cup

    The Importance of the world cup


    Virat Kohli crossed a Rubicon in March when he led his Indian team out in an ODI against Australia wearing camouflage-style caps. Sanctioned by the ICC, fully endorsed by ...

  • 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 ...

  • BCCI comes under NADA - All you need to know

    The BCCI under-NADA - Everything You need to know


    The Indian cricket board (BCCI) has relented in its long standoff with the government over control of the dope-testing regime of its cricketers and agreed to come under the ...

  • Warner snaps the yellow tape

    Warner snaps with the yellow Band


    Warner needs conflict. Without it, he is just another fine cricketer. With it, he is exceptional. Plenty of the first 3,359 days of David Warner's international career were ...

  • David Gower and the Goliath of change

    David Gower and the Goliath of Change


    Cricket has been good to Gower, and Gower has been good for cricket David Gower was bored. So bored. The empty room's silence had invaded his head, where it ...

  • Shunning past negativity, Roy sees a clear future

    Avoid eating in front of the Negativity, the Roy sees a serene Future


    Among many observations from Jason Roy's time on the international scene it is his bluntness when past failures are brought up.He is not unique in that sense. Sports ...

  • Being brash, bold, and unapologetically Caribbean

    To be wicked, Grease, and a huge Radiation force, Caribbean


    Etchings on every honours board. Statues on every street corner. Call-backs in every commentary stint. Reminders of past Caribbean glories live on in accomplishments, stone and anecdotes.There's ...

  • Another messy day of cricket for CSA

    Another disorder Day Cricket for CSA


    Like most journalists, Stuart Hess didn't want to make the news when he arrived at the Wanderers on Sunday morning. Unlike most journalists, he didn't have the choice. ...

  • Prolific Malan wants to keep the pressure up on England regulars

    Prolific Malan wants to keep the Pressure on England, one of the Regulars


    Malan's last Test appearance was against India in 2018. England batsman Dawid Malan believes he can make himself hard to ignore for consideration in the ODI and Test formats ...

  • It's not just about playing, it's what you give back: Brendan Taylor

    It'is not only to play, he's is that give back: Brendan Taylor


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  • How Ashwin developed his carrom ball

    As Ashwin develops his carrom ball


    Among the myriad variations that Ravichandran Ashwin brings to his off-spin bowling across formats, one of the most effective ones is the carrom or soddakuball. For the uninitiated, carrom ...

  • Carey happy with Australia's settled T20 line-up

    Carey happy with Australia'is attached to the T20 line-up


    Alex Carey said that he was open to the idea of playing in front of empty stands when cricket resumes Alex Carey, Australia's limited overs wicketkeeper-batsman and the ...

  • The Associates' year of living dangerously

    The Staff of l' Year of Living dangerous


    The coming year looks to be a busy employee, cricket to play, with five regional T20 WC qualifying finals and the Global Qualifier itself, planned for the end of October, ...

  • Impact of Big Threes of India and New Zealand

    Effects of Big Threes of the India and new Zealand


    With the world Cup less than five months is of greater importance in the context of removed, the adopted 50-over contests from the end of that. Teams try different ...

  • Lyon edges Ashwin in adaptability, reckons John Emburey

    Lyon Edges Ashwin in the ability to adapt, writes John Emburey


    John Emburey was perhaps the premier off-spinner of his time, even if his international numbers might otherwise suggest. In 64 Tests between 1978 and 1995, divided by two rebel ...

  • Ravi Shastri mulls batting Virat Kohli at No. 4 in World Cup

    Ravi Shastri is considering Batting of Virat Kohli in 4th Place at the world cup


    Since losing to Pakistan in the 2017 Champions Trophy final at The Oval, India have won ODI series in West Indies, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Along ...

  • 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, ...

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