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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’s next wave of batting stars

England’s batting let them down in the first Test against Pakistan at Lord’s. That much was obvious to everyone, not least captain and coach, Alastair Cook and Trevor Bayliss, who both lamented naïve...

England’s ODI revolution is a lesson for us all

Rubel Hossain wheeled away into the Adelaide night sky, pursued with vigour by ecstatic team mates, coaching staff and cameramen eager to capture a slice of the moment. He had just splayed James Ande...

Brendon McCullum delivers at Lord’s

On Monday night I was lucky enough to attend the annual Cowdrey Lecture at Lord’s where Brendon McCullum was the guest speaker. In the Nursery Ground pavilion the former New Zealand captain spoke pas...

For whom the Bell tolls

Like all good things, it appears that Ian Bell’s England career is over. He was dropped for last winter’s tour of South Africa, but I refused to believe the end was nigh – he had, after all, been dro...

Cricket loses another voice

The announcement that Tony Cozier had died came as a hugely upsetting blow to cricket. A man described by the great Michael Holding as being ‘right up there with Sir Garfield Sobers’ in terms of his ...