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Cricket Musings

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1 Ringing a bell: From England to India and Bangladesh

The tradition that started at Lord's Cricket Ground, the home of cricket, has spread to other cricketing nations.

Umaima Saeed TwitCount
2 India's middle order conundrum continues

The Indian cricket team rely too much on their opening batsmen and Virat Kohli in ODI cricket, and the middle is still not in order.

Amey Oke TwitCount
3 Khaleel Ahmed: India's exciting new fast bowler

After playing well in the Asia Cup and the ODIs and T20 against West Indies, a good performance in the tour of Australia could see Ahmed become part of the 2019 Cricket World Cup squad.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
4 South Africa and the Mzansi Super League

It's a miracle that the new T20 league in South Africa is even taking place, and we should appreciate this miracle.

Ben Karpinski TwitCount
5 The Delhi smog returns

Sports like cricket and football should not be played in Delhi in the winter as the severe pollution makes it unsafe for the players.

Umaima Saeed TwitCount
6 6 players who aim to impress down under

As wounded giants Australia and South Africa square up for an ODI series, these cricketers will want to make an impact ahead of the 2019 ODI Cricket World Cup.

Daniel Gallan TwitCount
7 An interview with Yashasvi Jaiswal

The star of India's Under-19 Asia Cup winning team opens up about how his dreams of cricket helped him survive.

Umaima Saeed TwitCount
8 Karun Nair: India's unluckiest cricketer

The second Indian to score a Test triple century has been unfairly treated by the Indian team and its management.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
9 Can Dale Steyn squeeze into South Africa's World Cup plans?

With fiery pacer Dale Steyn performing impressively against Zimbabwe, the Proteas might want to consider him as an option for the 2019 World Cup in England.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
10 5 things India need to try against the West Indies

Before their tour of Australia, India must experiment in the Tests against the Windies to figure out their ideal plans.

Ravi Venkat TwitCount
11 Kedar Jadhav shines with the ball

Jadhav proves to be indispensable for India, making essential contributions with the ball.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
12 Anderson the Great

James Anderson is the most successful fast bowler in Test history, and he has the chance to make it to 600 wickets.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
13 Afghanistan can bow out with a smile

Afghanistan exceeded expectations in the Asia Cup 2018 and exited on a high note, with a tie against India.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
14 5 reasons India was better than Pakistan in the 2018 Asia Cup

India showed their improvement by beating Pakistan twice in the 2018 Asia Cup and recovering from the Champion's Trophy final they lost.

Ravi Venkat TwitCount
15 Six players to watch out for at the 2018 Asia Cup

The latest edition of the Asia Cup boasts a number of players who will thrill and entertain us through the tournament.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
16 India's report card vs England

Despite the 4-1 Test series loss to England, some Indian cricketers played very well, and they will have learned a lot.

Ravi Venkat TwitCount
17 100 ball cricket deserves a chance

It's too early to write off 100 ball cricket, an ECB idea that has potential to bring in a new audience

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
18 Cricket at the Asian Games

A brief history of the times cricket was played in the 2010 and 2014 Asian games.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
19 Test cricket must take precedence

In light of their performance in England, India need to focus on the alpha, Test cricket, ahead of the beta and gamma formats, ODIs and T20Is.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
20 Is the BCCI ignoring in form Ranji players?

Ignoring the efforts of players in domestic cricket is not a healthy sign for Indian cricket.

Sarah Waris TwitCount