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Cricket World Cup confirms dominanc...

We are just over halfway through the 2019 Cricket World Cup and if results go the way most bookies w...

New Zealand warm-pp match tests the waters

On Saturday, 25th May 2019, India and New Zealand meet each other ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup. The teams will play the...

The Indian cricket team leaves for England on 22nd May 2019. India plays in two warm-up matches, one against New Zealand and ... India and the ICC World Cup 2019 Schedule

England Vs India ODI series preview

It’s only in the past couple of years that ODI series in England have started to receive a similar amount of attention to Test series. Test cricket has always been viewed, in England, as the superior...

SRH set early IPL pace

Sunrisers Hyderabad have been the early pace setters in IPL 2018, winning their first three games and looking like the team to beat this season. Ably led by Kane Williamson, SRH have bucked a trend t...

How will England fare in this summer?

After a fairly disastrous winter Test series down under, the England cricket team is back in a familiar position – rebuilding after an Ashes defeat. The situation is not as bleak as it was in the 199...

Virat Kohli the best ODI batsman ever

Every now and then we are fortunate enough to witness something noteworthy in the footnotes of our game. The number of outstanding catches that T20 has spawned, for example. The batting form of Steve...

BCCI’s drug stance a concern to cricket

The BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) is the most powerful body in cricket. India commands by far and away the largest market for the sport which in turn generates the largest revenues. Mo...

Champions trophy players to watch

We take a quick look at the players to keep an eye out for at the Champions Trophy. They are not necessarily star names, or guaranteed starters in some cases, but they could have a major impact at th...

Sachin: a Billion Dreams

As if the life and times of Sachin Tendulkar weren’t prominent enough, the little master now has his own film, directed by James Erskine, out in cinemas now. The Cricket Blog was lucky enough to get ...