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  • The making of Rishabh Pant

    The Manufacture of Rishabh Pants


    He'll hit you for a six...He'll babysit your kids...In the midst of India's utter dominance in the Melbourne Test in January, Rishabh Pant got an ...

  • Wakley assures honesty, hunger and drive to lead Northants back from the brink

    Wakley ensures the Justice, of hunger and its Training, Northants back from the Abyss


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  • World Cup 1996: Not-the-best team's fairytale win

    World Cup 1996: Not the best team of l's fairy Tales win


    In the build-up to the 2019 World Cup, Cricbuzz is publishing an eleven-part series to reminisce every bygone edition. In this sixth instalment, Aravinda de Silva and Arjuna ...

  • The scars of Auckland 2015

    The Scars of Auckland 2015


    Four years on from the match that has come to define a generation of South African cricket, one moment still stands out clearly for Russell Domingo. It was late at ...

  • Smith and Archer - the two heroes who left Lord's spellbound

    Smith and Archer - both Heroes of the left, Mr.'is forbidden


    Steve Smith has hit the floor face-down. A collective gasp goes around Lord's as Jos Buttler runs in to check on him. Jofra Archer takes two steps towards ...

  • Live Cricket Score: South Africa vs Pakistan, 1st T20I, Cape Town

    Live Cricket Score: South Africa vs Pakistan, 1st T20I, Cape town


    What a match this has turned out to be! Pakistan's winning streak ends on 9 matches. South Africa win a rare T20I at Newlands. 192 was never going to ...

  • McDermott "open to discussion" for return post Saker resignation

    McDermott "Discussion" for the Return of the post Saker Resignation


    On a day David Saker resigned with immediate effect as Australia's assistant coach, the man he'd replaced three years earlier, Craig McDermott, has said a potential return to ...

  • Navdeep Saini - cutting the wolf loose on pace

    Navdeep Saini - cut the wolf Loose on the Tempo


    There's an interesting study about how wolves hunt. More often than not, the experienced one in the pack attacks the prey while the young ones play the supporting cast. ...

  • Shami attributes rediscovery of bowling rhythm to weight loss

    Shami Attributes Rediscovery of the bowling Pace of Weight Loss


    The 2014-15 season was a happy time for Mohammed Shami - he was a key member of the Indian pace department, having bagged in excess of 50 wickets in 27 ...

  • Ravichandran Ashwin - Fighting perceptions

    Ravichandran Ashwin Fights Perception


    Ravichandran Ashwin, as a competitor, hardly ever gives an inch to the opposition. That applies both figuratively and literally if you're the non-striker. So it's no surprise ...

  • Ready reckoner: Bangladesh

    Ready Rechnerin: Bangladesh


    Why should you support them?Quarterfinals in World Cup 2015. Semifinals in Champions Trophy 2017. But Bangladesh aren't quite the toast of the cricketing world now. Afghanistan are; their ...

  • Qualification scenarios: England's wobble gives other teams hope

    Qualification Scenarios: the England's swing for other teams, hopefully


    While Australia became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019, the hosts find themselves in a spot after their two successive ...

  • Qualification scenarios: New Zealand one win away from semifinal spot

    Qualification Scenarios: new Zealand's Victory road from a Half-spot


    While Australia became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, hosts England find themselves in a spot after their two successive ...

  • Qualification scenarios: India a win away from semifinal spot

    Qualification Scenarios: in India, a victory Away from the Semi-final spot


    With a facile win against West Indies, India - the only unbeaten team so far in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 - are a win away from sealing a spot in ...

  • Root, Roy, and the DNA of a No. 3

    Root, Roy, and the DNA of the N ° 3


    Jason Gillespie felt that if he was bowling at a decent Test batsman who was slightly out of form, he had an area around the size of a beach towel ...

  • How Malinga picked four wickets in four balls

    As Malinga has chosen four wickets in four Balls


    Lasith Malinga picked a hat-trick and then went on to make it four wickets in four balls against New Zealand at Pallekele on Friday (September 6). Bowling with a ...

  • South Africa down a pit with no plan to get out

    South africa down a Pit with no plan to


    It was always going to be a tall order - indeed, an order of Himalayan proportions - for this Proteas side to come away from India with a Test win, let alone ...

  • Without new blueprint, ECB would've been managing decline - Harrison

    Without a new plan, the ECB would have mastered the decline - Harrison


    Tom Harrison warned that the English and Welsh cricket commissions "would fall" if they had not worked on implementing a new home game plan involving the launch of the new ...

  • Questions linger over batting order ahead of Adelaide ODI

    Questions remain about the order of the moves before Adelaide ODI


    MS Dhoni Batting in a weak position in the indian Batting line-up? Is Glenn Maxwell-batting a position (or two) of depth in australia's Batting line-up? Two ...

  • Live Cricket Score: Australia vs India, 2nd ODI, Adelaide

    Live Cricket Score: Australia vs India, 2nd ODI, Adelaide


    Welcome to Cricbuzz - live-blog for the Adelaide ODI. To participate Tweet @prat1204.India win!7 needed from the last over and Dhoni carted off Behrendorff for a first ball ...

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