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  • Lungi Ngidi's perfect half-dozen

    Lungi Ngidi'is a perfect half-Dozen


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  • 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, ...

  • Scheduling bloopers, umpires' animosity, and the story of BCCI's domestic nightmare

    Planning Blunder, the Referees' s Hostility, and the History of the AIB's domestic Nightmare


    The sun wasn't shining very brightly in New Delhi on December 22. It certainly wasn't hot enough for sure to dry a pitch that had been watered only ...

  • Live Cricket Score: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals, Match 30, IPL 2019

    Live Cricket Score: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals, Match 30, IPL-2019


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  • The Baby Whisperer and an unbreakable bond

    The Baby-Whisperers and an indissoluble Bond


    At the end of England's football World Cup journey in Russia, just before the squad dispersed after reaching the semi-finals, Gareth Southgate assembled his charges for one last ...

  • The rivalry you know, the friendships you don't

    The Rivalry, which, as You know, the Friendships that You don't


    While India-Pakistan cricket encounters might ride high on tension, life outside the field has been quite different for the players. Former cricketers from the two sides, who played each ...

  • Cec Wright, who played with Sobers, Worrell, at 85 is still taking wickets

    Cec Wright, who has played with Enabled, Worrell, 85 still under counters


    Cecil 'CEC' Wright often gets stopped on the road during his long walks around his hometown of Royton, some 10 miles out from Manchester, by sixty-somethings with the same ...

  • The long walk back to happiness

    The long Way back, Fortunately


    Reece Topley is speaking with more raw honesty than he has in any of our previous conversations. It is early January, five months after career-defining surgery on his back. ...

  • Champions Leagues - contrasting visions for European cricket's future

    The Champions League is contrasting Visions of the European cricket'Future


    As Europe's remarkably venerable club competitions heat up in a sweltering continental end-season, the traditional flow of the European cricketing summer will be disturbed this year by the ...

  • Minimalist Root cuts the batting fluff

    Minimalist Root the Reductions of the water fluff


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  • The fault is in the star

    The Error is in the star


    On a hot October afternoon in 2017, an Indian national - let us call him Gautam - landed at Harare International Airport. With his visa pre-arranged through the Harare Metropolitan Cricket ...

  • A decade that transformed women's cricket for good

    A Decade, transforms, and Women's cricket good


    A sold-out crowd at Lord's saw England win the World Cup in 2017 "On TV," was Cathryn Fitzpatrick's witty reply when asked where she saw women's ...

  • Turning back the pages

    Turn the Pages


    10,000 First Class runs, 100 games for Tamil Nadu: so what are the lessons for Abhinav Mukund? It has been a fantastic start to the decade for me, completing ...

  • Corona, cricket and ground realities - Part I

    Corona, cricket and-Soil-Facts - Part I


    The last two ODIs of South Africa's tour of India was amongst several cricket matches around the world that were postponed indefinitely Afghanistan by Kaushik RangarajanAfghans are no strangers ...

  • Langer looks at 'silver lining' in having time off from cricket

    Long anticipated 'good' take the Time Away from cricket


    In these trying times, Langer is finding solace in "the fact we're home with our families, we sleep in our own bed, we eat home cooked dinners" Justin Langer ...

  • Potential pay-cuts a 'small thing' in the bigger picture - Paine

    Potential pay Cuts has 'Things' to the larger Image - Paine


    Tim Paine is not looking beyond the World Test Championship final at the moment While the Covid-19 pandemic has brought cricket around the world to a standstill, things are ...

  • A chat with McCullum, a call with SRK

    A chat with McCullum, a Call to the help of CRS


    L Balaji's injury paved way for KKR to bench McCullum in favour of Brett Lee for the IPL 2012 final. That also opened up a spot for Bisla, who ...

  • Colin Miller - A retirement out of the blue

    Colin Miller, a decrease in the sky


    Blue is the colour. Colin Miller circa. 2001. A Test debut at 34, then an Allan Border Medal punctuated by a sudden exit - Colin Miller's international career [18 Tests] ...

  • MS Dhoni: Behind the camouflage

    MS Dhoni: Behind the Camouflage


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  • 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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