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India and the ICC World Cup 2019 Sc...

The Indian cricket team leaves for England on 22nd May 2019. India plays in two warm-up matches, one...

Proteas need the Silent Warrior to go to war in England

Since 2008, the Proteas have been able to call on Hashim Amla time and time again during their hour of need. Indeed, it was t...

The West Indies may well have won the first two cricket World Cups in 1975 and 1979, but they haven’t won it since and not ev... Can Chris Gayle inspire the Windies in his World Cup farewel...

England face tough questions against Pakistan

England may have won The Ashes and, owing to the myopic nature of English cricket, that is sufficient in many eyes to deem the garden of English cricket as being awash with roses. It is not. A rude a...

Kumar Sangakkara – more than a cricketer

Kumar Sangakkara never seemed possessed of the single mindedness of Sachin Tendulkar. Nor the absolute self-belief bordering on arrogance of Brian Lara. Nor the robotic style of Jacques Kallis. Nor t...

Michael Clarke bows out

It is always sad to see a once great player struggling for form as Michael Clarke has done throughout this Ashes summer. His announcement, at the end of the Trent Bridge Test that he would retire aft...

Technology, broadcasting and cricket

The role of broadcasters in cricket has never been more pivotal. The debate surrounding them and their product offering has gone beyond audience engagement and now nags at the morality and the spirit...

New Zealand in England 2015 series review

New Zealand arrived upon English shores with their reputation at arguably the highest point in their cricketing history. England were at one of the lowest points of theirs. In what was originally sch...

Have England overhyped Jos Buttler?

You’d think that there would be near total unanimity amongst England fans towards one of their rising stars, Jos Buttler. He’s an aggressive batsman who looks in tune with the demands of modern crick...

New England revolution

What a difference a change in personnel makes; the old, stuck-in-the-mud practitioners replaced by a swathe of young guns with a new attitude. Not for them the steady accumulation of old. England hav...