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  • The Shami-Bhuvneshwar jostle and Australia's three-horse race

    Shami-Bhuvneshwar jostles and Australia's three Races of a Horse


    The countdown is on. The time for wholesale changes may have been long gone but the winners of the last two World Cups still have pertinent questions to answer as ...

  • Moeen ready to embrace role as England's No. 1 spinner

    Hi ready to embrace the Role of England's, N ° 1, spinner


    After Moeen Ali had taken ten wickets against South Africa at Lord's is well-maintained in July 2017, coach Trevor Bayliss is very, in the post-match press conference ...

  • World Cup 2011: When India managed expectations and seized big moments

    2011 world cup: If India has succeeded, Expectations and captured great Moments


    By 2011, India had grown into the financial powerhouse of the cricket world and success on the field was beginning to follow. Four years earlier it had made up for ...

  • Living the World Cup dream: The Masakadza Story

    Live the world cup Dream: The Story Masakadza


    What does the World Cup mean to you?Even at a time when ODI cricket is facing a recurring battle with context, the World Cup enjoys a pedestal position. It ...

  • England - very good or very lucky?

    England - very good or very happy?


    Depending on who you listen to or who provides your kicks on Twitter, England are either very good or very lucky. Sometimes they are both, and to illustrate that let'...

  • 'Intensity and balance keys to success in T20s'

    'Intensity and Balance is the Key to Success in T20s'


    I feel improvising in T20s is good when it's your strength: Paul Nixon Paul Nixon, the former England wicketkeeper-batsman and a two-time winner in the Caribbean Premier ...

  • England, Pakistan gear up for take two

    In england, the Pakistan gear up for the two


    After the damp squib at The Oval on Wednesday and a miserably wet ten days in England, it was pleasing to see the Ageas Bowl in Southampton bathed in sunshine ...

  • In conversation with grandpa Root

    In an Interview with the grand-father Root


    A day after he scored his second century of the World Cup, Joe Root received a phone call from his grandpa Don. It had nothing to do with his batting. ...

  • Vihari, Rahane stretch India's advantage

    Vihari, rahane proposed stretch India'S Advantage


    Genius has many forms. It's not always of the crazy, rub-your-eyes-and-look-again kind like what Ben Stokes produced at Headingley concurrently as Hanuma Vihari and ...

  • Bumrah blast caps off a near-perfect day for India

    Bumrah Explosion caps off an almost perfect Day in India


    India made an emphatic start to their ICC World Test Championship campaign in Antigua, demolishing West Indies by 318 runs. But even they, mindful of their standing on the Test ...

  • Despite runs, the clock keeps ticking for Dawid Malan

    In spite of the Watch continues to operate timer to Dawid Malan


    Dawid Malan's move to Yorkshire has certainly made the headlines. Captain of Middlesex during the summer just gone and named Player of the Year, he is now moving on ...

  • Jason Mohammed blitzkrieg sinks USA

    Jason Mohammed blitzkrieg Sink UNITED states


    Jason Mohammed stormed his way to a 62-ball 101* to help Trinidad & Tobago register a 43-run win in a 30-over rain-curtailed encounter against USA. The ...

  • Kohli 94* helps India overturn WI's 207/5

    Kohli 94* assistance to India to overthrow WI's 207/5


    Kohli (94 not out) and Rahul (62) scored 100 for the second wicket as India sealed a six-wicket win Inadvertently or not, West Indies players (and even the square ...

  • Virat Kohli's day of two halves

    Virat Kohli's Day in two Halves


    Kohli hit his career-best 94 not out in India's successful chase of 208 in Hyderabad. Even superheroes are not infallible nor undefeatable, and will have to sometimes find ...

  • 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, ...

  • Bhuvneshwar, and the rhythm hunt in a World Cup year

    Bhuvneshwar and the hunt for rhythm in a world championship year


    Bhuvneshwar Kumar said on Monday he had been "100%" in none of the tests against Australia. This left a lot of speculation about why he did not seem to have ...

  • We want to play a part in exciting time for English cricket - Buttler

    We would like to participate in an exciting time for the English Cricket Buttler


    Jos Buttler was England's best player in all formats in the past year, with the successful retrieval of the Test team, using his position as England's most destructive-...

  • The bouncer hostility of a docile pitch

    The Doorman of the Hostility of the pious pitch


    Would you duck or sway if someone threw an object at your head? In theory, you might get away with doing both. But ducking would probably be the safer option, ...

  • 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 ...

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