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  • Everyone loves Kohli because he speaks honestly - Warne

    Everyone loves to Kohli, because he speaks honestly Warn


    The inaugural Indian Premier League champions, Rajasthan Royals, are in midst of a makeover. Their talismanic skipper then, Shane Warne is once again the face driving that change. On Sunday, ...

  • England out to settle a score in Barbados

    England and the Resolution of the Partition of Barbados


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  • 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. ...

  • When Contractor met Griffith: Concussion, illness and the end of a Test career

    If the Contractor has fulfilled Griffith: Concussion of the brain, of the Disease and the End of a Career-Test


    After his brutal assault on Australia's batsmen during his Test debut, there is no doubt that Jofra Archer is the man of the moment. But of course the enthralling ...

  • Ready Reckoner: USA, Namibia, PNG Tri-Series - CWC League 2

    Ready Rechnerin: UNITED states, Namibia, PNG-Tri-Series cup-League 2


    Fully 175 years after the first-ever international cricket match was played in New York, the United States is set to host its first recognised One-Day Internationals this week ...

  • Try-outs begin as India, South Africa look ahead to the T20 WC

    Try-outs begin, like India, South Africa, the Next in the T20 WC


    Rohit Sharma, clad in the sparkling new team jersey that was due to be unveiled moments later, strode out with a bat in hand on the side of the Dharamsala ...

  • The fault is in the star

    The Error is in the star


    On a hot October afternoon in 2017, an Indian national - let us call him Gautam - landed at Harare International Airport. With his visa pre-arranged through the Harare Metropolitan Cricket ...

  • Can England stop being wilful protagonists of another tragicomedy?

    Can England stop, intentionally the other Protagonists of the Tragi-comedy?


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  • Ireland renew European rivalries and continental cooperation

    Ireland renew european Rivalry and continental Cooperation


    Ireland may have ascended to join the ranks of Test-playing nations but, in the spirit of the times, it seems they have not forgotten the value of European cooperation. ...

  • England still hunting for their top-three, concedes Bayliss

    England is always to Hunt for Your top three, admits Bayliss


    If you had a pound for every time Trevor Bayliss has asked for batsmen in county cricket to put their hand up for a place in England's Test team, ...

  • ICC meeting a mixed bag for Associates

    ICC-Conference, a mixed Bag for the Staff


    The recently concluded ICC meetings in Dubai delivered few surprises, and beyond the announcement of dates and venues for the men's and women's T20 WC Qualifiers little concrete ...

  • 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 ...

  • Australia, Pakistan search for final jigsaw pieces

    Australia, Pakistan, the Search for the last pieces of the Puzzle


    So, this is it. With the World Cup just a little over two months away, these five ODIs in UAE dish out a crucial opportunity for Australia and Pakistan to ...

  • Live Cricket Score - New Zealand vs West Indies, World Cup 2019 warm-up

    Live Cricket Score of new Zealand vs West Indies world cup 2019 in the warm-up


    FIFTY Shai Hope's good run continues. He too has brought up a half-century. And unlike his usual conservative style of batting, he has played his strokes rather freely ...

  • Clash of contrasting approaches as Trent Bridge runfest looms

    Control Approaches that are contrasting, such as Trent Bridge runfest Looms


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  • South Africa seek quick turnaround at slow and tacky Oval

    South africa looking for a fast recovery too slow and sticky Oval


    There are few better cities in the world than London in the sunshine but unlike the swathes of locals and tourists who flocked to the South Bank to sit by ...

  • Strong team culture keeps du Plessis hopeful of World Cup revival

    A strong team Culture takes du Plessis hopes the world cup renaissance


    Faf du Plessis was able to see the lighter side of the abandoned game against West Indies. "The horse is out of the shed," he quipped in reference to South ...

  • Australia tag after Langer legacy in the Taunton time machine

    Australia-day, after a Long Legacy of Taunton time machine


    As you drive into the county of Somerset and are about to approach Taunton, it can feel like you're doing so in a time machine. The houses, all built ...

  • Athirst for cricket, Sri Lanka out to catch the sun against Australia

    Athirst for the cricket, Sri Lanka outside to catch the Sun, the face of Australia


    The last Australia faced Sri Lanka in an international match was perhaps the only time during the summer there that the cricket fans Down Under showed some interest towards the ...

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