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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 ...

  • Might England offer a blueprint for CSA's domestic revamp?

    Could England, a construction plan for CSA's domestic revamp?


    In just over a month, the attention of all cricket lovers will be gripped by the World Cup in England and Wales. This is good news for Cricket South Africa (...

  • The Fire Burns Blue: A peek into the past, a mirror for the future

    The Fire is Burning, and Blue: A Look back to the Past, a Mirror to the Future


    Suresh Menon, the cricket veteran-writer, took the leap from naming schema ", The fire Burns blue - A history of women's Cricket in India' as "the most beautiful book about ...

  • 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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  • Polishing Afghanistan's rough diamonds

    The polishing of Afghanistan's of Diamonds


    Charl Langeveldt's laugh is quite something. It booms out at you, uninhibited and unexpected after every few sentences. At one point, Afghanistan's bowling coach struggles to get his ...

  • 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 ...

  • Jasprit Bumrah - India's golden goose

    Jasprit Bumrah - India's golden goose


    It was a scorcher of a morning at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, and the hosts were mortally wounded by a devastating spell of high-paced swing bowling the previous ...

  • Try forgetting the English summer of '19

    Try to forget, the English Were '19


    Stuart Broad is coming over the wicket. Steve Smith, has already jumped across his stumps, as he has so routinely through the series.The ball arrives a fraction quicker than ...

  • "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 ...

  • Pujara, Jackson leave Karnataka reeling

    Pujara, Jackson to leave the Cocoon Karnataka


    Cheteshwar Pujara and Sheldon Jackson steered Saurashtra out of a precarious situation to a dominance with an unbeaten double century stand on the fourth day of the semi-final game ...

  • Bowlers put India in the ascendancy

    The bowlers to put India on the Rise


    Ross Taylor came in with a fine knock of 93 and was part of a century-stand with Tom Latham. Before a must-win situation to stay alive in the ...

  • Hetmyer shows his worth with a mature, scintillating hundred

    Hetmyer shows its Value, along with a cheese, fruit, a hundred


    When Shimron Hetmyer bats in a floppy sunhat, cricket lovers swoon. There is something so classical, something so exotic about that look. It brings back memories of times gone by, ...

  • Live Blog -- Day 2: Afghanistan vs Ireland, Only Test

    Live Blog -- Day 2: Afghanistan vs Ireland, Just to Test


    It's always the set up. Shahidi, perhaps for the first time in his innings seemed just a tad uncertain, looking to defend at a delivery that spun big and ...

  • Can spirit of the game be at variance with laws of the game?

    Can Spirit of the Game in Conflict with the Laws of the Game?


    Tempers are frayed, allegations are made, motives are assigned, voices are shouted down and everyone is in a tizzy. You would think someone had been assaulted, swindled or waylaid. And, ...

  • 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'...

  • In imperious form, Buttler chases Root-like consistency

    In favourable form, Buttler hunting Root Consistency


    What will Jos Buttler do next? That is the question on the lips of cricket lovers up and down the country after he made a 50-ball hundred against Pakistan ...

  • I carried a champagne bottle in my bag when we went to play the final: Kapil Dev

    I was carrying a Bottle of Champagne in my Pocket, when we went to play the Final: Kapil Dev


    Kapil Dev's toothy grin holding aloft the Prudential Cup on the Lord's balcony after India beat the West Indies on June 25, 1983 is an image that will ...

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