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  • '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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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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  • Not my cup of tee

    Not my Cup of tea


    Moeen Ali is not a golf fan, and while that may not seem particularly newsworthy, it does put him in the minority among English cricketers.The obsession with golf within ...

  • A cure for Choking?

    A Cure for the Redevelopment?


    We are inside the team hotel, on the eve of a do-or-die World Cup encounter. Nets have been done, team-talk talked, dinner eaten, and the players are ...

  • 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 ...

  • "My professional development for the year, is to play more golf"

    "of My professional Development, for the Year, is to play golf"


    Justin Langer left the rest of the Australian team's senior coaching staff in absolute befuddlement at the start of the summer in Adelaide when he announced that his "professional ...

  • Alex Hales' Hell week

    Alex Hales' Hell Of The Week


    A few years ago, after another bad day of PR for the England and Wales Cricket Board, one senior official at the governing body turned to another and quipped: "there'...

  • Favourites tag a huge compliment - Morgan

    Favorites day a huge Compliment - Morgan


    In the days prior to the 2015 World Cup, England were already nursing wounds. Alastair Cook had been sacked and Eoin Morgan given the mother of all hospital passes. His ...

  • Desperate Pakistan hope to banish recent ODI demons

    Desperate, the Pakistan, the Hope to banish the last ODI Demons


    If you've not been to Nottingham before, you're in for a treat.It's big enough to have a lot going on and just about small enough to ...

  • Aaron Finch - The train-hopping country boy leading Australia's World Cup sprint

    Aaron Finch, The Train tour country boy leader of Australia's World Cup sprint


    On May 29, a day before the World Cup started, the captains of the 10 participating nations were given an audience with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace.Once they were ...

  • Unassuming Behrendorff steps out of the Starc shadow

    Modest Behrendorff Steps of the Shadow Starc


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  • England's promise vs Australia's pedigree in tussle for one final spot

    England'is the Promise vs Australia's family tree, in a Duel for a final spot


    A mosey around Birmingham, a few coffees, perhaps some time in the hotel with their feet up. Aaron Finch will be headed to the cinema with his wife to see ...

  • The making of Hashim Amla

    The Manufacture of Hashim Amla


    Hashim Amla once told me that his blood was green. Although it chimed with the times (there was a green-flavoured energy drink available in those days) for him it ...

  • Embracing the genius of Test cricket as it is now

    Embracing the genius of the cricket Test, as it is now


    Test cricket has changed immeasurably and will continue to do so well after we are gone. The lesson to learn from a day like this, though, is to not just ...

  • The joy of watching a Steve Smith net session

    The Joy of watching a Steve Smith net session


    The Derby county ground was rendered half-empty for a strange 45-minute period on Friday (August 30). For, hundreds of spectators who'd paid 20 quid each to watch ...

  • Knackered Australia's mare on England's day

    Broken Australia'mare-England's Day


    Umpire Kumar Dharmasena called for lunch a minute early, at 12.59 pm, on Saturday (September 14). And Tim Paine wasn't quite sure why he'd done that. So ...

  • Big lateral movement, need to play late - Rahane's early pink ball assessment

    Great lateral Movement, to play to the end of the rahane proposed d'the beginning of the pink ball-Assessment


    There's 10 days - and an entire Test match - to go before India take a plunge into the relatively unknown territory (to them) of Test cricket under lights, but the ...

  • India continue to evolve from subcontinental stereotype

    India will continue to grow from a subkontinental embossed Stereotype


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  • 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. ...

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