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  • Can Root's England heal the Caribbean bruises of the past?

    Can-Root'England to heal from the Caribbean, the Blues in the Past?


    Sabina Park, Jamaica, In February 1986. Mike Gatting's batting for England against West Indies in the first ODI of their Caribbean tour. The Test series starts in three days. ...

  • 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 ...

  • Archer does right by himself and the Caribbean

    Archer was Right in itself, and the Caribbean


    Jofra Archer says it will be "just another game" when England play West Indies on Friday. But how can it be?For Archer, the motivation could not be clearer: a ...

  • What if the 2005 Ashes had been played with DRS?

    That is, if the 2005 Ashes was played with the DRS?


    As Sliding Doors moments go, there have been few more significant deliveries for English cricket than the one that Michael Kasprowicz gloved through to a tumbling Geraint Jones off Steve ...

  • The plant-powered Siddle that won't peter out

    The plant-powered Siddle, who won't peter


    Peter Siddle is in a happy place, and why not. Here he is still running in ball after ball at full steam just like he was in his Test debut ...

  • Seamers outshine spinners in India's dominant home show

    Seamers overshadow the Cone in India'is the dominant home show


    A strong South African contingent, who hadn't lost a Test series away from home in the last nine years, arrived in the Indian shores in late 2015. A rookie ...

  • Revitalised Taunton burning bright

    Revitalizes Taunton burns bright


    Saturday's encounter between New Zealand and Afghanistan may have meant more to the venue than both sides.Of course, World Cup points were up for grabs - New Zealand eventually ...

  • Trescothick announces retirement from professional cricket

    Trescothick announcement of the Resignation of a Professional cricket


    Marcus Trescothick, the prolific England and Somerset opener, has announced that he will retire from professional cricket at the end of the current English domestic season. He amassed 5825 Test ...

  • Time for Burns to play it by ear

    Time for Burns, to play by Ear


    On the final evening of the 2018 summer, Rory Burns is nursing a Guinness in the Bee Hive pub, barely a six-hit away from the Oval. He and his ...

  • Joe Denly - A tried and tested dart

    Joe Denly - Proven, darts


    They say the average top-tier cricketer generally gets two calls that stop them in their tracks. The first informs of international selection. The second lets them know their time ...

  • Hope batsmen show character and skill in chase: Thorpe

    I hope the Drummer to show the Character and Skill of the Hunt: Thorpe


    England have a challenge ahead of them on the final day at Edgbaston that they have at least experienced before in Ashes cricket. And twice in recent times they have ...

  • Moeen Ali to take short break after Lord's axing

    Hi Ali to take a short Break, after Mr.'s axing


    Moeen Ali is to take a break from competitive cricket, his county Worcester have announced.The off-spinner was dropped from the England squad for the second Ashes Test, which ...

  • England look to tackle Leeds record against Smith-less Australia

    England look to face Leeds Balance sheet against a Smith-less Australia


    Australia need just one more victory to retain the Ashes. If England are to win, they have to shut their opponents out for the remaining three games. A bad day ...

  • Don't hate the players, hate the game

    Don't hate the Player, hate the Game


    Tea was when it felt on. Maybe not realistically, on a pitch turning square and keeping low, with 11 overs until a second new ball and Pat Cummins bowling like ...

  • Geoffrey Boycott, Andrew Strauss knighted

    Geoffrey Boycott, Andrew Strauss Knight


    Geoffrey Boycott and Andrew Strauss, former England skippers, were handed knighthoods as per ex-Prime Minister Theresa May's resignation honours list.Each departing prime minister can shortlist a resignation ...

  • Sarah Taylor - she who slayed her demons for greatness

    Sarah Taylor - You, kill His Demons for the Size


    It's March, 2016, in Delhi ahead of the T20 WC semi-final double header, which happens to involve both England's men and women against New Zealand and Australia, ...

  • Andy Flower to leave England cricket after 12-year association

    Andy Flower to leave, the cricket, after 12 years of Club


    Andy Flower, the former head coach of England, is leaving ECB after serving the country with distinction in various roles for 12 years.In May 2007, Flower was named as ...

  • Rohit Sharma double leads India's stat attack

    Rohit Sharma's double, of India's stat attack


    Stats highlights from the second day of the third Test between India and South Africa in Ranchi4 Rohit Sharma became the fourth player and third Indian to score double hundreds ...

  • England women appoint Lisa Keightley as head coach

    In england, Women name, Lisa Keightley as head coach


    Former Australia international Lisa Keightley has been appointed the head coach of England Women, replacing Mark Robinson who stood down earlier this year.Keightley is the first female to take ...

  • David Warner: The guinea pig who became big dog

    David Warner: The guinea pig, which has been a great Dog


    On a day David Warner scored his first Test triple-ton, he referred to himself as a "testing guinea pig". He was of course referring to the punt that the ...

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