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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...

Can Chris Gayle inspire the Windies in his World Cup farewel...

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...

30 years ago, this summer’s international visitors to England’s green and pleasant land were both in very different places. S... West Indies series provokes thoughts of happier times

ICC World T20 predictions – Round 2

After a reasonably straight forward first round of predicting, things are due to get a little tougher as some of the big boys go head to head in the second round. The run away leader of our pool, Cri...

ICC World T20 2012 preview and prediction

Welcome to the fourth edition of the Twenty20 World Cup, hosted for the first time in the subcontinent, in Sri Lanka. India, Pakistan and England are the previous winners of the competition, but who ...

The Cricket Blog’s World T20 prediction pool

Just in time for the kick off in Hambantota of the 2012 ICC World T20, we’ve set up a prediction pool so that we can pit our wits/luck against one another! To get involved, simply visit http://www.su...

West Indies in England 2012 series review

It was all painfully predictable; three Tests, one wash out, two comfortable English victories. Would it have been three but for the Brummie weather? We’ll never know. The West Indies put up more of ...

IPL 2012 review

Kolkata Knight Riders emerged victorious in the fifth edition of the Indian Premier League, beating Chennai Super Kings in a tense final that ebbed and flowed one way then the other. It was a terrifi...

WIN! A copy of Third Man in Havana by Tom Rodwell

To celebrate the launch of Tom Rodwell’s new book, Third Man in Havana, Finding the Heart of Cricket in the World’s Most Unlikely Places, The Cricket Blog has teamed up with Icon Books to give away f...