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  • The T20 Revolution - Meritocracy Supremacy

    The T20 Revolution, Meritocracy Superiority


    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 instalment showed ...

  • 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. ...

  • 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 ...

  • The plant-powered Siddle that won't peter out

    The plant-powered Siddle, who won't peter


    Peter Siddle is in a happy place, and why not. Here he is still running in ball after ball at full steam just like he was in his Test debut ...

  • Smith and Archer - the two heroes who left Lord's spellbound

    Smith and Archer - both Heroes of the left, Mr.'is forbidden


    Steve Smith has hit the floor face-down. A collective gasp goes around Lord's as Jos Buttler runs in to check on him. Jofra Archer takes two steps towards ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • I'll try to be a conscience keeper to the BCCI office bearers - Shantha Rangaswamy

    I'll try to be a certain keeper on Officials of the BCCI - Shantha Rangaswamy


    Shantha Rangaswamy has become the first female representative of the Indian Cricketers' Association to be part of the BCCI Apex Council. Have things changed after the Lodha reforms? "Yes", she ...

  • Quicker than ever, Wood showcases class on Test return

    More than ever, the Wood, windows and Class in the Test return


    There was a delay to the start of the West Indies first innings and it was nothing to do with a dodgy sightscreen for a change.A disagreement had arisen ...

  • Jordan sends a memo before the World Cup

    Jordan sends a memo before the world cup


    The end of the first Twenty20 brought with it great excitement. England had just taken a 1-0 lead in the "seriously, how many more matches are there?" series. A ...

  • How Moeen's differences as a man separates him as a player

    As Hi's Differences in the way in which a Man separates him as a Player


    August 2016, Kia Oval, London. England v Pakistan. England: Cook, Hales, Root, Vince, Ballance, Bairstow, Moeen, Woakes, Broad, Finn, Anderson. First day, fourth Test, England ahead in the series 2-...

  • Lyon, Cummins, and an England nightmare

    Lyon, Cummins, and England Nightmare


    Before Edgbaston, Nathan Lyon had never taken a five-wicket haul in the fourth innings of a Test away from home. Before Edgbaston, Pat Cummins had never led the Australian ...

  • There'll be times when Archer will blow teams away: Broad

    There'll once, if Archer Blow teams Path: Wide


    As far as truncated days go, things could not have gone any better for England.Just 24.1 overs were managed on day three and perhaps in any other setting, ...

  • Waugh believes Warner, Bancroft will turn the corner

    Waugh believes Warner, Bancroft turn the Corner is


    The weather forecast on Friday (August 16) for London, and pretty much all of England and Wales, suggested that the rains would come by around lunch-time and not leave ...

  • Dom Sibley - Chasing the England dream

    Dom Sibley - Hunting in England Dream


    Dom Sibley was thirteen or fourteen at the time - he can't recall exactly - and remembers making a hundred for Whitgift School. Understandably, he was excited about his feat but ...

  • Smith return boosts Australia; reshuffled England hope to ride on momentum

    Smith Return boosts Australia; mixed with new England, the Hope of the race Momentum


    It has been a long summer for Chris Woakes. A key part of England's World Cup winning team, he has been an ever present in England's Test side ...

  • A test of England's major in bouncebackability

    A test of the England'is a major in bouncebackability


    It is such a shame that New Zealand's excellent, commanding victory in the first Test at Bay Oval last week will not be rewarded with World Test Championship points. ...

  • Former England captain Bob Willis passes away aged 70

    The former England Captain Bob Willis dies at the Age of 70


    Willis (r) is fourth on England's list of highest wicket takers after Anderson, Broad and Botham. Former England captain and fast bowler Bob Willis has passed away, aged 70 ...

  • Fast and forthright, the Bob Willis way

    Fast and honest, Bob Willis Way


    Bob Willis (right) and Ian Botham (left) circa 1981. "I can't wait to hear what Bob Willis is going to say about this!"It has been a popular refrain ...

  • The rise and rise of Jhye Richardson

    The Rise of Jhye Richardson


    For the first time, Joe Piromalli, head coach of the Freemantle District Cricket Club (FDCC), saw Jhye Richardson; he was immediately recalled, Duncan Spencer. For those who came too late, ...

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