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Pandya-Johnson, Pandya-Sharma and Dhoni-Tiwary make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
Warner-Shankar, Cummins-Iyer and Rayadu-Tiwary make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
Narine-Lynn, Pant-Samson and Amla-Marsh make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
Gambhir-Uthappa, Warner-Dhawan and Finch-Raina make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
Pandey-Pathan, Buttler-Patel and Dhoni-Tiwary make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
Pollard-Pandya, Smith-McCullum and de Villiers-Binny make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
Gambhir-Lynn, Smith-Rahane and Maxwell-Miller make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
MS Dhoni's love for bikes is no secret and the cricketer has now rechristened his superbike team to Mahi Racing Team India
Former England captain Michael Vaughan, writing in the Daily Telegraph , says that Shane Warne’s assertion that the current England team is confident and arrogant is incorrect, as England are very wary of Australia in the ODI series which begins
In a long interview with Game Changer Paul Marsh, the chief executive of the Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA), talks about the recent MoU between the ACA and Cricket Australia and also explains why the ACA didn't favour the creation of a
Joseph Romanos, writing in the Dominion Post , says that the list of 20 players contracted by New Zealand Cricket for next season is ridiculous, and highlights a problem within the game in this country.
With just two days to go before New Zealand and West Indies play the first of their two T20’s in Florida, New Zealand allrounder Andrew Ellis, writing in stuff.co.nz , says that basketball easily eclipses cricket in terms of popularity in America.
England batsman Eoin Morgan tells Lawrence Booth, from the Daily Mail , that being dropped from the England squad, after a disastrous tour against Pakistan in December 2011, gave him the opportunity to work on his technique.
Scyld Berry, writing in the Daily Telegraph , says that rise of the Afghanistan cricket team is the most heart-warming story in contemporary cricket.
Two days after Tony Greig appealed to the BCCI to abandon self interest and "embrace the spirit of cricket”, and editorial on Cricket Couch , states that Greig’s lecture drove an additional wedge in to an already polarized cricket world.
Alec Stewart, writing for the BBC , says that if Australia and England play each other on a regular basis it will be counter-productive for cricket, as it will devalue one of the greatest sporting rivalries.
Charlotte Edwards, the England women’s captain, tells the London Evening Standard that she rues the fact that cricket isn't an Olympic sport, as it would give women’s cricket the boost it needs to thrive.
Scyld Berry, writing in the Daily Telegraph , says it could be impossible to establish whether modern fast bowlers are faster than their predecessors two decades ago, as no objective measurements have been made through the ages.
Gary Naylor, writing on his blog , describes his experiences as a sports journalist covering cricket around the world.
Makarand Waingankar, writing in the Times of India , says that legendary legspinner Subhash Gupte was dropped from the team in the 1950’s because of dirty politics.
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