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Emerging ‘Big Three’ Li...

The Indian Premier League (IPL) hit new heights of drama and suspense last year, ending a decade of ...

The Hundred – where are the positives?

Love it or loathe it – and the majority appear to be in the latter camp right now – The Hundred is coming and it’s all starti...

The rise of T20 franchise leagues, from Canada to mainland Europe, a T10 league in the Middle East and now The Hundred, are a... Does cricket need to be popular? The ECB and The Hundred

World T20 2014 – ones to watch

With the first phase of the tournament almost complete, the 2014 World T20 starts in earnest tomorrow when it moves onto the second group stage and introduces the top eight. Bangladesh join them, Ire...

World T20 2014 preview and predictions

It’s back for the fifth time. The World T20 2014 will be defended by the West Indies and hosted by Bangladesh. It’s a slightly bigger tournament this time out, and slightly longer as a result. Mercif...

Test cricket remains the heart of cricket

The world’s attention will soon revert to the razzmatazz of T20 cricket with the World T20 and IPL imminent, but Test cricket continues to show why it is the most revered format of the game and why i...

The Cricket Blog on Sky Sports

Miles Reucroft was on Sky Sports Radio being interviewed by Good Morning Sports Fans presenter, Jamie Fletcher about his views on the Kevin Pieteresen affair, on behalf of The Cricket Blog. As you...

Flower’s removal is the only way forward for England

All good things come to an end. Andy Flower’s tenure as England’s director of cricket was certainly good; at times it was great. It took a rampant Australia side, hell-bent on avenging recent losses ...

2014 Cricket Events: Million Dollar Arm

2014 is already shaping up to be yet another interesting year for international cricket fans, with a few major events already on the horizon. Here’s a quick look at just some of the dates that ...