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Bhavesh Bhimani

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About Me

Two things in my life always fascinated me: cricket and writing. When I learnt that I could combine the two, magic happened. A journalism graduate, I have been smitten with cricket since the age of 8. I dreamt of being a cricketer once, but ended up being a cricket writer instead. Over the past six years or so, I have been writing on myriad facets of the game for a national sports magazine, and for several other sports-specific websites. When I am not drooling over cricket, my time is usually spent on devouring books or on writing for my blog. You can find my blog here: http://burnighbright.blogspot.in/ You can also connect with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bhawesh.bhimani

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15-Nov-2017 The curious case of Ishant Sharma

With age against him, the Delhi pace bowler will need to produce something special to stay in the national team.

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30-Oct-2017 The Elite ODI Sixers Club

Only 6 batsmen have hit 200 sixes or more in ODI cricket.

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26-Oct-2017 Iyer & Siraj: A selection for the future

Shreyas Iyer and Mohammed Siraj are exciting young talents who should be given plenty of chances to prove themselves in international cricket.

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25-Oct-2017 India's middle order fragility

Too many under-performing players and an over-reliance on Virat Kohli will lead to problems for India.

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24-Oct-2017 Kohli vs Sachin @ 200 ODIs

Comparing Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli shows that both have truly exceptional numbers and performances.

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17-Oct-2017 Pandya the Punisher

Hardik Pandya has made himself an essential part of Team India and his future looks bright.

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16-Oct-2017 5 giants from Ranji Trophy history

India's domestic first class tournament has seen many players play incredible cricket over the years.

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11-Oct-2017 5 Test match thrillers

Some of the closest, most nerve-wracking results in Test cricket from the last 7 years.

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20-Aug-2017 The quiet triumph of Wriddhiman Saha

The India wicket-keeper has proven himself as one of the purest keepers in the longest format of the game.

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03-Aug-2017 Rangana Herath: The Unrelenting Champion

He does not look like a superstar of international sport, but Herath is one of the modern greats of the game.

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