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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...

The disturbing case of Shahadat Hossain

The unwelcome events that had taken place in the household of Bangladeshi international Shahadat Hossain came to light in September 2015, when an 11 year old maid who had been working for him and his...

World T20: what next for West Indies and the WICB?

As Carlos Brathwaite sent his fourth consecutive six sailing high into the Kolkata night sky on Sunday, the West Indian team were halfway across the outfield in a pique of ecstasy before the ball had...

Brendon McCullum: transcending statistics

When assessing the impact a cricketer has had on the game, the first port of call is always statistical analysis. The game has woven a rich tapestry of statistics for us to stare at and utilise in ar...

The Testing case of Alex Hales

During the four Test series England recently won 2-1 in South Africa, Alex Hales was the newest member on the ever-expanding list of Alastair Cook’s opening partners. Post Andrew Strauss, Cook has ba...

Time for Dhoni to step aside

It is always sad when a great player reaches the twilight of their career. You start remembering the incredible feats that they achieved both individually and as part of a collective, start thinking ...

The confusing case of Mohammad Amir

So, Mohammad Amir is back playing professional cricket. Just as swiftly as that, he’s back playing international cricket – the sheepish looking wunderkid who hooped it round English corners in ...