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ICC 2015 Cricket World Cup so far

The 2015 Cricket World Cup is well and truly underway. At the time of writing we had 19 games in two...

The co-hosts Australia are heading in to this World Cup in fine fettle. They are always amongst the favourites for any tourna... ICC World Cup 2015 ones to watch – Australia

Chris Gayle's 215 against Zimbabwe is the highest score at a Cricket World Cup.

ICC 2015 Cricket World Cup so far

The 2015 Cricket World Cup is well and truly underway. At the time of writing we had 19 games in two weeks. We thought it would be an opportune moment to take stock. Stats We have had 14 centuries fr...
Kumar Sangakkara has added The Cricket Blog's Player of the year to his list of prestigious awards

Team of the year 2014

A happy new year to you all from The Cricket Blog! There’s plenty to look forward to, not least in the form a World Cup and an Ashes series. There will, of course, be plenty more besides. 2014 was an...
Steve Smith, a centurion at Adelaide, celebrated the milestone next to the Test number of Phil Hughes. The game itself represents a small step along the road to recovery for Australia and the sport at large.

Cricket begins the recovery process

It is tempting to think that in the aftermath of tragedy the world has stopped spinning. The untimely passing of Phil Hughes shook the cricket world to its core. That a 25 year old should lose his li...
Virat Kohli, leading India in the first Test in Adelaide, will be hoping to repeat the form during his last series in Australia.

India in Australia Test preview

The four Test Australia Vs. India belatedly starts today following the tragic loss of Phil Hughes, 63 not out, felled by a bouncer in a Sheffield Shield match two weeks ago. The best tribute to Hughe...
Phillip Hughes passed away aged 25 after suffering severe bleeding on the brain as a result of a compressed vertebral artery as a result of being struck by a ball on the neck.

In mourning of Phillip Hughes

It was with great sadness that the news of Phillip Hughes’s death came to pass. At the age of just 25, to lose your life to the game of cricket, or to any game, is as unlikely as it is tragic. Our de...