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  • 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 ...

  • Focus on Mark Ramprakash after yet another batting meltdown

    Focus on Mark Ramprakash after another Batting Collapse


    In the last two years, Joe Root averages 42 in Test cricket. Ben Stokes averages 31, Jonny Bairstow 32. Moeen Ali? Just 23. All these batsmen have been near ever-...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Windies have the team to upset England - Stuart Law

    Windies, the team to disrupt England's Stuart Law


    An underdog tag and prove their own fans wrong to believe for two reasons, Stuart Law, West Indies could series spring a surprise on England in the upcoming Test.The ...

  • 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 ...

  • The T20 Revolution - Money Trail

    The T20 Revolution, Money


    During the IPL's 12th edition, Cricbuzz is publishing a five-part series looking at the broader picture of how Twenty20 is shaping cricket's future. The first installment follows ...

  • Windies look to lay another on England

    Windies to put a different one on the England


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  • Talking cricket with Suzie and Sophie

    Talking cricket with Suzie and Sophie


    Suzie Bates and Sophie Devine - 'Smash Sisters' to Adelaide and New Zealand - first featured for the White Ferns six months and one series apart in 2006. And in the 12 ...

  • In Numbers: How the World Cup Teams fare - The middle overs

    By the Numbers: As the World Cup Teams-fresh - Mid-overs


    With the World Cup in the horizon, Cricbuzz - in a three-part series - investigates how the teams have fared at various stages of an ODI match in the current World ...

  • 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 ...

  • In Numbers: How the World Cup teams fare - The Death overs

    By the Numbers: As the World Cup teams-costs - of The Death overs


    With the World Cup in the horizon, Cricbuzz - in a three-part series - investigates how the teams have fared at various stages of an ODI match in the current World ...

  • Destined to play for Pakistan, is Shaheen Afridi

    Determined to play for Pakistan, is Shaheen Afridi


    It was the start of the 2017 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Pakistan's premier first-class tournament, when Shaheen Afridi became Pakistan's latest social media sensation. Then just 17, ...

  • Amir's timely return to form a good omen for Pakistan

    Amir's time to Return to form, a good omen for Pakistan


    It is one of those bouncers that makes you sit up in your couches and put your hands on your head. Joe Root, one of the best one-day batsmen, ...

  • 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 ...

  • Why are West Indies coaches being ignored at home and abroad?

    Why are the West Indies Trainers unknown in switzerland and Abroad?


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  • The long walk back to happiness

    The long Way back, Fortunately


    Reece Topley is speaking with more raw honesty than he has in any of our previous conversations. It is early January, five months after career-defining surgery on his back. ...

  • Hope and a harsh lesson

    Hope and a Lesson lasts


    It's not over until it's over. It is a figure of speech that is used in a variety of contexts in the sport. Sometimes it is designed in ...

  • Hashim Amla - a career of highs, lows and records

    Hashim Amla - a Career with Ups, depths and Records


    Class. Elegance. Panache. These are probably the words most often associated with Hashim Amla's batting during his heydays in international cricket. Just days after his teammate Dale Steyn called ...

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