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  • Favourites tag a huge compliment - Morgan

    Favorites day a huge Compliment - Morgan


    In the days prior to the 2015 World Cup, England were already nursing wounds. Alastair Cook had been sacked and Eoin Morgan given the mother of all hospital passes. His ...

  • 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-...

  • 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 ...

  • In 'the best space', another season of promise awaits Westley

    In l 'is' s another Season of Promise awaits Westley


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  • 2019 County Championship: A season full of opportunities

    2019 County Championship: A Season full of Possibilities


    Welcome to the most wonderful time of the year! Sure, a lot of events lay claim to such a tag - we see you, Christmas - but the start of the County ...

  • 'If a player's available for West Indies, he'll be considered for World Cup & beyond'

    's a Player'is Available for the west Indies, it'll be, as for the world cup & on'


    Cricket West Indies president Ricky Skerritt has revealed to Cricbuzz that a new selection policy in the Caribbean will see the Caribbean side going into the World Cup with their ...

  • The meaning of the World Cup

    The Importance of the world cup


    Virat Kohli crossed a Rubicon in March when he led his Indian team out in an ODI against Australia wearing camouflage-style caps. Sanctioned by the ICC, fully endorsed by ...

  • Allan Lamb, the man who set the ODI pace that England have finally caught on to

    Allan Lamb, the Man, the ODI Pace that England, finally, prisoner


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  • 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 ...

  • A cure for Choking?

    A Cure for the Redevelopment?


    We are inside the team hotel, on the eve of a do-or-die World Cup encounter. Nets have been done, team-talk talked, dinner eaten, and the players are ...

  • The Shami returns

    Shami has


    Four days before the first ODI against Australia, BCCI announced that Jasprit Bumrah would fly back home. He was rested for the three-match series, as well as for the ...

  • The three stages of Liam Plunkett

    The three Phases of Liam Plunkett


    At the end of the 2012 summer, Jack Brooks signed for Yorkshire from Northamptonshire. Being something of an eager beaver, he had sorted out a flat which had a spare ...

  • 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. ...

  • I have learnt most in my life from failures and setbacks - Virat Kohli

    I've done the most in my Life, Mistakes and Failures - Virat Kohli


    It's been barely two weeks since that World Cup heartbreak in Manchester. Firm favourites to lift the title, India lost in the semifinal to New Zealand. Even before the ...

  • Teen-spirited Rodrigues's relentless pursuit for the better

    Teenager spirited Rodrigues'is inexorable Quest of the best quality


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  • 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 ...

  • Cook's journey of hopes, dreams and scaling more targets

    Cook's Travel, Hopes, Dreams, and Scale and more Goals


    Sam Cook couldn't quite believe it. There he was, in September of 2017, in the Edgbaston changing room, a 20 year-old fast-bowler at the end of just ...

  • England's 'revolving door' part of a wider malaise

    England d' 'Door' S Part of a larger Malaise


    With the possible exceptions of Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union and manager at Manchester United, the toughest gig in Great Britain these last few years has been ...

  • Is Broad the best Test captain England never had?

    Wide is the best Test Captain of the England never had?


    It doesn't seem all that long ago that it felt entirely legitimate to talk of batting's "Big Four" - Steve Smith, Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson and Joe Root - as ...

  • Try forgetting the English summer of '19

    Try to forget, the English Were '19


    Stuart Broad is coming over the wicket. Steve Smith, has already jumped across his stumps, as he has so routinely through the series.The ball arrives a fraction quicker than ...

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