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  • Daryl Harper - Smiling because he means it

    Daryl Harper Smiled, because he believes it


    It took him nearly two decades, but Daryl Harper finally had his closure. It aptly came at the Adelaide Oval too, even if from an unlikely source. It was here ...

  • 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 ...

  • Building blocks set for a Women's IPL

    Building blocks set for Women's IPL


    There were lights. There were cameras - 31 of them. And boy, there sure was plenty of (high-quality) action at the 2019 edition of Women's T20 Challenge, in Jaipur. ...

  • Origins of one-day cricket

    The origins of the Day, in the course of cricket


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  • Live Cricket Score - West Indies vs India, 1st Test, Day 4

    Live Cricket Score West Indies vs India, 1st Test, Day 4


    Shami into the act; One to goStumps in disarray again. A recurring pattern in the last hour or so. But this time it is Shami, who gets Chase to play ...

  • Jasprit Bumrah - India's golden goose

    Jasprit Bumrah - India's golden goose


    It was a scorcher of a morning at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, and the hosts were mortally wounded by a devastating spell of high-paced swing bowling the previous ...

  • Veni, vidi, Rassie: He came, he saw, he persevered

    Veni, vidi, Rassie: He came, he saw, he insisted


    Rassie van der Dussen was only 20 years old when he packed everything in his car and just left.He was looking for an opportunity, which right through his career ...

  • WBBL 2019 - Standing alone and standing apart

    WBBL 2019 - Standing alone and standing by the side of


    The road leading up to North Sydney Oval (NSO) from the Sydney Harbour Bridge had turned magenta for nearly a week leading in to October 18. And the first landmark ...

  • The Australian cauldron's ready, so is Williamson

    The Australian Boiler'is ready, it is Williamson


    Williamson puts on an impromptu problem-solving masterclass in the nets The first delivery Kane Williamson faced on tour smashed into his wrist after jumping off a length. The ball ...

  • Never an average day for Moeen Ali or England

    Never an average Day for Hi Ali or England


    Nobody was quite sure what to expect from the pitch at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. Rumours were that the home side wanted extra pace to try and ...

  • Finding the right balance, beyond the 22 yards

    To find the right balance, beyond the 22 Metres


    Since returning to cricket in 2017 after an indefinite break to manage her anxiety, Sarah Taylor now has a firmer grasp of her illness. With that, she has been able ...

  • Sarfaraz not out of form in his core job: Mickey Arthur

    Sarfaraz not of the form in its basic Work-up: Mickey Arthur


    The dip in Sarfaraz Ahmed's batting form may make his critics question his place in Pakistan XI, but it doesn't worry Mickey Arthur. In fact, what makes him ...

  • PSL - More than just cricket for Pakistan

    PSL - More than cricket in Pakistan


    An upscale chai dhabba in one of the posh localities of Lahore has installed a television on its most prominent wall. Previously, it was embellished with cheeky posters about the ...

  • Trivial, yet uplifting

    Trivial, but in rising


    It is a very rare day that I go to a cricket match with my mind elsewhere, struggling to come to terms with the enormous irrelevance of where I am ...

  • Sri Lanka target ODI turnaround in South Africa this time

    Sri Lanka Aim ODI Turning point in south Africa at this Time


    Cricket's history is chronicled with underdog fables where the supposedly weaker team overcomes a fancied side. Sri Lanka, who were battered and bruised after losing the Test series in ...

  • Is the time ripe for a Women's IPL?

    The Time has come for a Woman d'IPL?


    ViewWay back in September 2007, the cricketing landscape changed once-and-for-all with the announcement of the Indian Premier League. The inaugural men's IPL was held in 2008 ...

  • Improving Australia have it all to do in Ranchi

    Improvement in Australia, They all have to do, in Ranchi


    Things are looking up for Australia, even if the series scoreline reads otherwise. Aaron Finch broke his batting rut, Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb looked impressive, and Marcus Stoinis essayed ...

  • Proud Finch toasts much-deserved series win

    Proud of Finch toast a lot of merit for the Series win


    Aaron Finch, Australia's captain, was understandably on cloud nine after leading his team to an emphatic 35-run victory over India in the fifth and final One Day International (...

  • With the series lost, can Pakistan manage a consolation win?

    The Series has lost, can Pakistan manage a Comfort it is to win?


    The series continues to unfold the way it was anticipated. Australia haven't really been troubled as they secure another emphatic series win over Pakistan. With the series now moving ...

  • Australia's home summer - 28 internationals, no Australia Day game

    Australia's Summer home of - 28 Matches, and not Australia-Day-Game


    Australia's men will host Sri Lanka, Pakistan and New Zealand in the upcoming summer season, while the women's team will take on Sri Lanka, India and England at ...

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