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  • A breakthrough series accompanied by hope for the Windies

    An avant-garde of the Series, accompanied by the Hope for the Windies


    Two comprehensive wins set-up West Indies' first Test series triumph over England since 2009. After years of turbulence on and off the field, there is a sense this victory ...

  • Turn up the sound of praise for Turner

    Turn the sound, the Praise for the gymnasts


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  • Much ado about numbers

    A lot of Noise to pay


    Away from the glitz and glamour of the World Cup a string of rather remarkable results in Associate cricket briefly broke into the news cycle this week. Of these, the ...

  • Live Cricket Score: Windies vs England, 1st Test, Day 2, Bridgetown

    Live Cricket Score: Windies vs England, 1st Test, Day 2, Bridgetown


    In an entertaining 18-wicket day, Windies head stumps with a 339-run lead. You look secured and well placed in the competition, despite suffering a short collapse in their ...

  • 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 ...

  • Glenn Maxwell: Battling the impostor syndrome

    Glenn Maxwell: against the Syndrome of the impostor


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  • 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 ...

  • Pakistan getting back in sync with pacy beats of the past

    Pakistan is always in sync with rapid beats of the Past


    Imagine being Imran Khan in this present Pakistani pace attack. You're 32 and making a comeback to the Test squad after nearly 3 years. But not many seem to ...

  • Echoes of the past in Gayle's final ODI in Caribbean

    Echoes of the Past in Gayle's Last ODI in the Caribbean


    After the fourth West Indies-England ODI, a peculiar online discussion emerged about high-scoring games. The crux of the debate centred around satisfaction. Can you really enjoy a high-...

  • 'Safety-first approach' with Williamson after scans reveal grade one tear

    's Safety-first Approach' Williamson, after analyses reveal a Degree Tear


    New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has suffered a grade one tear to his left pectoral minor muscle while fielding on the third morning, MRI scans revealed on Tuesday (March 12). ...

  • Two hungry sides with a chance to make history

    Two hungry Pages with a chance to make History


    Boyd Rankin knows what's it like to play in an Ashes Test in front of a packed stadium. He's felt the sinking feeling after a massive Test defeat. ...

  • A game of fine margins

    A Game of fine Edges


    Lasith Malinga bowls the final delivery of the 20 overs to Shivam Dube with Royal Challengers needing a six off this final delivery to tie the scores with Mumbai Indians ...

  • The four quarters of Mr. 360

    The four Quarters of Mr. 360


    Sadly even in these three-dimensional times, mathematics doesn't allow 360 degrees to be spread across the z-axis. Therefore, let us simpletons stick to x and y to ...

  • 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'...

  • Flintoff urges England to pick Jofra Archer for the World Cup

    Flintoff asks England to Get Jofra Archer for the world cup


    Andrew Flintoff has urged England to throw caution to the wind and pick Jofra Archer in their final World Cup squad.It was just a fortnight ago that Archer received ...

  • Smith 'blanks out the white noise' ahead of World Cup defence

    Smith 'poster white Noise' before the world cup Defence


    Any amount of abuse, boos and creative-yet-insulting references to the sandpaper incident from the stands will fall to deaf ears during the World Cup as Australia's then ...

  • Homecoming 2.0: The Chalice of Champions

    Homecoming 2.0: The Cup of Champions


    Adverts on the underground, radio slots on the BBC, trophy roadshows, viral marketing, press engagements in trendy dens, graffiti artists on Bristol walls, a listening party for the official song, ...

  • In the know Matt Henry sets the tone

    In Matte white Henry sets the Tone


    The pitch was green, the toss was won. The sun had barely peaked out and notices had been sent far and yonder about a Bat-v-Bat World Cup. As ...

  • Learn from your mistakes and move on, Kettleborough's philosophy

    Learn from Mistakes and move on, Kettleborough'is the Philosophy


    By his own admission, it was a conversation that changed Richard Kettleborough's life. It was 1999 and he was still on the books at Middlesex, trying to cling on ...

  • Bangladesh feed off fire and intensity from the famed quartet

    In bangladesh, feed on Fire and the Intensity of the famous Quartet


    Just over 12 years ago, in Port of Spain, Trinidad, Bangladesh lined up for their first match of the 2007 World Cup against India. Still finding their way in international ...

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