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  • Talking points: Jordan, Jofra in the antechamber

    Discussion Points: Jordan, Jofra in the Room


    England's much awaited 15-man preliminary squad for the 2019 World Cup had its fair share of anticipation and examination. Cricbuzz looks at some of the most important discussion ...

  • Relationship with Ravi Shastri on auto-mode now because of the work put in - Kohli

    Relationship with Ravi Shastri on auto Mode, now, because the Work Kohli


    2018-19 has been a demanding season. It culminates now with the biggest trophy that's at stake. What's going on in your mind?Virat Kohli: It's been ...

  • The rivalry you know, the friendships you don't

    The Rivalry, which, as You know, the Friendships that You don't


    While India-Pakistan cricket encounters might ride high on tension, life outside the field has been quite different for the players. Former cricketers from the two sides, who played each ...

  • Not my cup of tee

    Not my Cup of tea


    Moeen Ali is not a golf fan, and while that may not seem particularly newsworthy, it does put him in the minority among English cricketers.The obsession with golf within ...

  • It's a new start for the BCCI: Sourav Ganguly

    It'is a new departure for the CCIB: Sourav Ganguly


    The significance of the day was not lost on new BCCI President Sourav Ganguly. The former India captain took charge as the 39th board president donning the same navy blue ...

  • Fast and forthright, the Bob Willis way

    Fast and honest, Bob Willis Way


    Bob Willis (right) and Ian Botham (left) circa 1981. "I can't wait to hear what Bob Willis is going to say about this!"It has been a popular refrain ...

  • Lyon edges Ashwin in adaptability, reckons John Emburey

    Lyon Edges Ashwin in the ability to adapt, writes John Emburey


    John Emburey was perhaps the premier off-spinner of his time, even if his international numbers might otherwise suggest. In 64 Tests between 1978 and 1995, divided by two rebel ...

  • The rise and rise of Jhye Richardson

    The Rise of Jhye Richardson


    For the first time, Joe Piromalli, head coach of the Freemantle District Cricket Club (FDCC), saw Jhye Richardson; he was immediately recalled, Duncan Spencer. For those who came too late, ...

  • No light at the end of the tunnel for Sri Lankan cricket - Atapattu

    No Light at the End of the Tunnel for the Sri Lanka cricket Atapattu


    To mention that Sri Lankan cricket is currently in disarray may not be too far from an understatement. Following Sri Lanka's Test series loss to Australia - their third successive ...

  • Amy and Lea's coming out to cricket

    Amy and Lea's just cricket


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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, ...

  • How the teams look ahead of PSL 2019

    As the teams before PSL 2019


    With teams now more cognizant of the demands of T20 leagues after three Pakistan Super League editions, franchises made complete use of the retention window, player draft, and replacement draft ...

  • I have many more things to show the world: Pujara

    I have a lot more Things, to show the World: Pujara


    It's only fair to say that Cheteshwar Pujara has never had it this good in his eight and a bit years at the international level. Always playing under the ...

  • Footballer, cricketer, umpire - Mary Waldron's inspiring sporting journey

    The players of football, Cricket, Players, Referees Mary Waldron'sports inspiration Trip


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  • Tinkering little things to be as well-prepared as I can be for Ashes: Tim Paine

    Tinkering with small Things in order to be well prepared to what point I can be out of the Ashes: Tim Paine


    The last 12 months have been like a roller-coaster ride for Tim Paine. After the ball-tampering saga in Cape Town, he was the chosen one to lead Australia'...

  • 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 ...

  • If Virat has a great World Cup, India will win it: Ricky Ponting

    If Virat has a great world cup, India will win: Ricky Ponting


    Australian great Ricky Ponting, now Delhi Capitals coach, analyses Australian cricket's recent breakdown and possible resurrection, discusses the secret of Virat Kohli's success and proposes a salary cap ...

  • 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 ...

  • Unadkat eager to rise up to India's pace-bowling standards

    Unadkat, willing to stand up for India'is the Pace bowling standards


    It's been more than eight years since a 19-year-old Jaydev Unadkat made his Test debut for India. Since then, only 17 appearances have followed, with none coming ...

  • I know now what I need to do for my body to feel good and perform at the highest level: Pattinson

    I now know what I need to do for my Body to feel well and to lead to the highest Level: Pattinson


    Even as the national team continues to stack up ODI wins in Asia and Steve Smith and David Warner get closer to their returns, the one name that's been ...

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