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  • 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 ...

  • 'If a player's available for West Indies, he'll be considered for World Cup & beyond'

    's a Player'is Available for the west Indies, it'll be, as for the world cup & on'


    Cricket West Indies president Ricky Skerritt has revealed to Cricbuzz that a new selection policy in the Caribbean will see the Caribbean side going into the World Cup with their ...

  • 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 ...

  • The T20 Revolution - The Rauf Route

    The T20 Revolution, The Route To The Top


    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 three parts ...

  • 'I started going insane' - Afridi admits being aware of spot-fixing saga beforehand

    'I started, crazy,' - Afridi-known aware of this spot-Fixing saga in Advance


    Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi, in his recently released autobiography 'Game Changer', reveals he knew about the 2010 spot-fixing saga even before the sting operation took place. The all-...

  • World Cup 1987: The spark of the Australian legacy

    World cup 1987: the Spark, the Australian Heritage


    In the build-up to the 2019 World Cup, Cricbuzz is publishing an eleven-part series to reminisce every bygone edition. In this fourth instalment, Craig McDermott recalls how the "...

  • World Cup 1996: Not-the-best team's fairytale win

    World Cup 1996: Not the best team of l's fairy Tales win


    In the build-up to the 2019 World Cup, Cricbuzz is publishing an eleven-part series to reminisce every bygone edition. In this sixth instalment, Aravinda de Silva and Arjuna ...

  • Destined to play for Pakistan, is Shaheen Afridi

    Determined to play for Pakistan, is Shaheen Afridi


    It was the start of the 2017 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Pakistan's premier first-class tournament, when Shaheen Afridi became Pakistan's latest social media sensation. Then just 17, ...

  • 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 ...

  • Lord's - The foundation stone of Ireland cricket

    Lord's, The base of cricket Ireland


    William Porterfield is not a sentimental man. But even he could not suppress a bout of wistful nostalgia as he made his way from the away dressing room in the ...

  • 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 ...

  • England's 'revolving door' part of a wider malaise

    England d' 'Door' S Part of a larger Malaise


    With the possible exceptions of Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union and manager at Manchester United, the toughest gig in Great Britain these last few years has been ...

  • WBBL 2019 - Standing alone and standing apart

    WBBL 2019 - Standing alone and standing by the side of


    The road leading up to North Sydney Oval (NSO) from the Sydney Harbour Bridge had turned magenta for nearly a week leading in to October 18. And the first landmark ...

  • Tom Blundell - The reticent, laidback Kiwi in MCG record books

    Tom Blundell - the restraint, the more relaxed Kiwi in MKG book of records


    Blundell got his maiden Test ton in the MCG Test Till as recently as 18 months ago, Tom Blundell would spend his winter working a labour job for a cricket ...

  • When data met humanity - coaching in the 2010s

    If the Data meets the Humanity of coaching in the Years 2010


    The analytical aspect of coaching evolved rapidly during the 2010s The title of the book that Jason Gillespie is reading during his Big Bash travels may or may not surprise ...

  • 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 ...

  • News Digest: Coronavirus and cricket

    News Digest: the Coronavirus and the cricket


    A fan attends the Dharamsala ODI in a mask Cricket around the world continues to be impacted by coronavirus, now labelled as a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Here'...

  • Two decades on, Bransgrove the visionary looks to further progress

    Two Decades later, Bransgrove, the VISIONARY sees Progress


    Rod Bransgrove sees only potential where others may see problems June 13, 2003, and the sun is beating down on a baking hot Friday afternoon in Hedge End, Southampton. It'...

  • Thomas wants to just run in and bowl, now in Test cricket

    Thomas just wants to in the Execution, and the Husk, now, in the cricket Test


    Although a regular in the ODI and T20I teams, a Test cap has eluded West Indies fast bowler Oshane Thomas It is the obvious question to start with. Does Oshane ...

  • The many shades of black on cricket's grey, unlevel playing field

    The many Shades of black-and-cricket's-Grey, the inequality of Conditions


    The BLM movement has brought the gaping inequality in South African society - and cricket - even closer to the forefront. Dorothy Tsotsobe is formidable. Not solely because she is a woman, ...

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