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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...

What now for Smith, Warner and Australia?

This Australian side has reached the end of its wretched line, but there still needs to be some perspective around the punishments and moral indignation that is being bandied about. Make no mistake, ...

How can England repair the damage?

Following a disastrous opening day of England’s two test series with New Zealand which saw the tourists dismissed for 58 in a little over 20 overs, The Cricket Blog’s Miles Reucroft and Andy Hunter l...

Kent sign Matt Henry for 2018 season

Kent’s overseas player for the first half of the 2018 season will be New Zealand bowler Matt Henry. The 26-year-old signed for the Specsavers County Championship Division Two side on Wednesday. Henry...

AB de Villiers shows a touch of genius

The rights or wrongs surrounding AB de Villiers’ reappearance for South Africa in Test cricket after an 18-month sabbatical have been all but been forgotten following his magnificent 126* at Port Eli...

Do Rashid and Hales signpost the future?

The decisions of Adil Rashid and Alex Hales, the England one-day and T20 internationals, garnered a lot of coverage recently as they opted to eschew red ball cricket in order to focus on the white ba...

Nottinghamshire snap up Ross Taylor

Nottinghamshire have signed New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor for the opening half of the 2018 season. The right-handed batsman was due to be announced as the latest arrival at Trent Bridge yesterday m...