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  • The Associates' year of living dangerously

    The Staff of l' Year of Living dangerous


    The coming year looks to be a busy employee, cricket to play, with five regional T20 WC qualifying finals and the Global Qualifier itself, planned for the end of October, ...

  • Virat Kohli is still evolving as captain across formats - Ravi Shastri

    Virat Kohli is still Developing as a Captain on the Formats - Ravi Shastri


    As India finish their 2018-19 overseas schedule spanning South Africa, England, Australia and New Zealand, coach Ravi Shastri - speaking exclusively to Cricbuzz - reflects on the various talking points emanating ...

  • 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 ...

  • The True Test

    The True Test


    Kusal Janith Perera is no stranger to headlines. When he first burst on to the international scene in January 2013 as a fresh-faced 22-year-old, he invoked inevitable ...

  • Chatter: Why is IPL 2019 different?

    Chatter: Why is IPL-2019 different?


    Breathe. For you are at the start point of sixty matches and a thrillingly assorted bag of cricketing drama packed into a little over 50 days. The IPL has rolled ...

  • Talking cricket with Suzie and Sophie

    Talking cricket with Suzie and Sophie


    Suzie Bates and Sophie Devine - 'Smash Sisters' to Adelaide and New Zealand - first featured for the White Ferns six months and one series apart in 2006. And in the 12 ...

  • 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 2007: A dominant champion like no other

    2007 world cup: A dominant, a champion like no other


    In the build-up to the 2019 World Cup, Cricbuzz is publishing an eleven-part series to reminisce every bygone edition. In this ninth instalment, middle-order mainstay Michael Hussey, ...

  • 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 ...

  • World Cup head to head: West Indies vs Pakistan

    World Cup head-to-head: the West of India vs Pakistan


    The West Indies of the old, led by Clive Lloyd, were an unstoppable force but they had to work hard in two semifinal encounters with Pakistan putting up spirited performances. ...

  • Amir's timely return to form a good omen for Pakistan

    Amir's time to Return to form, a good omen for Pakistan


    It is one of those bouncers that makes you sit up in your couches and put your hands on your head. Joe Root, one of the best one-day batsmen, ...

  • World Cup Head to head: India vs Sri Lanka

    World Cup Head-to-Head: India vs Sri Lanka


    June 16, 1979: Associates SL shock India in 1979 dead rubberOn a cloudy Manchester day, India took on their neighbours, Sri Lanka, in a contest that was slated to be ...

  • 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 ...

  • Is Broad the best Test captain England never had?

    Wide is the best Test Captain of the England never had?


    It doesn't seem all that long ago that it felt entirely legitimate to talk of batting's "Big Four" - Steve Smith, Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson and Joe Root - as ...

  • The Kerr of Tawa

    Kerr of Tawa


    Tawa is the northernmost suburb of Wellington, derives its name from a tree, which was found abundantly in the region. It is a city that lasted more than a century ...

  • Seamers outshine spinners in India's dominant home show

    Seamers overshadow the Cone in India'is the dominant home show


    A strong South African contingent, who hadn't lost a Test series away from home in the last nine years, arrived in the Indian shores in late 2015. A rookie ...

  • When the world first laid eyes on Sachin Tendulkar

    If the World first laid Eyes on Sachin Tendulkar


    The year is 1988. It's a chilly December morning in Baroda, and Chandrakant Pandit, Mumbai's wicketkeeper, has arrived in the city to attend a training camp. He is ...

  • How Mitchell Starc got back his smile again

    As Mitchell Starc again, smile again


    Mitchell Starc has got his smile back. And when Starcy's smiling, Australian cricket is smiling with him. For, it generally is a sign that he's bowling at his ...

  • 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 ...

  • Dewy-eyed teenagers in the quest for glory

    Dewy-eyed adolescent in a quest for glory


    George Balderson of England, Priyam Garg of India, Bryce Parsons of South Africa and Farhaan Zakhiel of Afghanistan with the trophy What is it about teenage prodigies? What is it ...

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