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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 ...

  • When World Cup stars played club cricket

    If the world cup stars played at the cricket club


    Shane Warne, Vivian Richards, Malcolm Marshall, Wasim Akram, Gary Sobers, Jacques Kallis, Michael Holding, Javed Miandad, Allan Donald, Curtly Ambrose, Dennis Lillee, Allan Border - many of the game's bona ...

  • In training Yuvraj, there was a method to my madness - Yograj Singh

    In the Training Yuvraj, it was a Method to my Madness Yograj Singh


    By Makarand WaingankarAre great men born great or are they made great? This question is relevant to the story of a father who saw in his son a born player. ...

  • 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 ...

  • Scrambling the seam

    Scrambling the Seam


    A seam bowler's recklessness is epitomized by his audacity to choose a career path that , quite literally, hangs by the thread. In this new Cricbuzz series - Name of the ...

  • Elgar's false stroke shouldn't demand his dismissal

    Elgar'is false Stroke shouldn't ask for his Resignation


    Elgar is feisty, loyal, tough, skilled, talented, gloriously grumpy, furiously funny, happily human. For a while there, Dean Elgar was doing well. He offered a typically and refreshingly unvarnished view ...

  • Henry Brookes's swelling collection of recommendations

    Henry Brookes'Swelling Collection of Recommendations


    Brookes's numbers do not particularly stand out. While his T20 record is good, he averages 35 with the ball in both first-class and List A cricket. There are ...

  • A victim of their times, one way or another

    Victims of Their Time, one Way or another


    Rabada's journey has been different from Krom Hendricks, who was once overlooked in South Africa because he wasn't white enough. But does that mean the times have changed? ...

  • Ngidi, ready or not, facing up to new normal

    Ngidi, ready or not, the new normal


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  • Rahmat-Ihsanullah create history in a hurry

    Rahmat-Ihsanullah of the creation, of the Story to look Forward to


    Mark the scorebooks, revise the stats, Test cricket has a new winner, and its first since 2005. Afghanistan have forced their way through, in a canter. Given the see-saw ...

  • Russell encore fires KKR to table-topping win

    Russell still pulls KKR-Table topping win


    Kings XI Punjab made four changes to their eleven from the previous game, but it did little to cover up their shortcomings overall. In the face of some incredible hitting ...

  • Pakistan omit Mohammad Amir from provisional World Cup squad

    Pakistan omit, Mohammad Amir for the first draft of the breeder of the


    Mohammad Amir has missed the cut as Pakistan announced their 15 for the World Cup. The left-arm pacer, however, will travel to England with the team as he, along ...

  • The clock is ticking for demoralised KKR

    The Clock is ticking for deterred KKR


    Where do we even begin? Should we highlight the fact that their squad depth isn't as good as some of the other sides? Should we highlight the presence of ...

  • Origins of the World Cup: How it all began

    The Origins of the world Cup: How it all began


    Be it big businesses or major breakthroughs in science and technology, they have all started with a vague idea or in the backdrop of humble beginnings. Dreaming big is the ...

  • England out to avoid hat-trick of World Cup defeats against Bangladesh

    England, to avoid a hattrick of world cup Defeats against Bangladesh


    One of the more peculiar rivalries, England and Bangladesh.There was a time, not too long ago, that the hosts wouldn't even glance in the direction of this perceived ...

  • England under the pump in Battle Royale

    England under the Pump in Battle Royale


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  • World Cup Head to head: Pakistan vs Bangladesh

    World Cup Head-to-Head: Pakistan, Bangladesh vs


    May 31, 1999: High flying Pakistan succumb to shock lossBangladesh's very first World Cup was witness to their first significant giant-killing act. Heading into the final day of ...

  • War hero Jacka inspired Warner to shake off injury - Langer

    Hero of the war Jacka inspired Warner, to shake off the risk of Injury - Long -


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  • Kane Williamson - Willow-wielding Zen master

    Kane Williamson - Willow-wielding Zen Masters


    Even if Williamson couldn't get New Zealand home, what we witnessed in Hamilton was not just a batsman at his best but more a Zenmaster at the peak of ...

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