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Full name Anthony Cozier
Born July 10, 1940, Barbados
Current age 74 years 203 days
Playing role Wicketkeeper batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Other Commentator, Journalist, Author
Tony Cozier is the son of Jimmy Cozier, a well-known cricket writer in the Caribbean, who began writing on cricket as a teenager in 1958. He studied journalism at Carleton University, Ottawa as well as playing hockey for Barbados and club cricket for Wanderers and then Carlton. His first commentary was made during the West Indies-Australia series in 1965, and he has been an ever-present since. He has also worked extensively for overseas television and radio stations. As a writer, he has been prolific in both newspapers, magazines and books.
The out-of-form Shikhar Dhawan still has the backing of his captain, but there's no denying his slump has arrived at an inconvenient time for India and his technical issues have to be sorted out before they attempt to defend the World Cup
India's batting is going the way of their bowling in Australia, and they need get their order sorted before the World Cup
And one that will be the same. A look at what has changed since 2011
Kevin Pietersen's rubbishing of many aspiring English county professionals brings to mind the belief of Miss Piggy that "there is no one in the world to compare with moi"
It seems Virat Kohli is to not bat before the 12th or 13th over to strengthen the middle and the lower middle order. It suggests a lack of confidence in what was supposed to be India's strength in their title defence: their batting
How the top eight teams stack up ahead of the World Cup, plus predictions for the knockouts
Australia are expectedly No. 1. Who takes silver?