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1 MS Dhoni vs Yuvraj Singh

Both these limited overs legends are growing old. Who should be dropped by the 2019 World Cup?

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
2 The Amazing Mithali Raj

After carrying Indian Women's cricket on her shoulders for over a decade, she fell just 10 runs short of glory.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
3 The Women's World Cup final

Both India and England have gone through a lot to make it to the final, and it promises to be exciting.

Yatin Singh TwitCount
4 In praise of Harmanpreet Kaur

Legends lined up to praise Harmanpreet Kaur's dream knock against Australia in the World Cup semi final.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
5 Is Women's cricket really on the rise?

Despite great progress in recent years, the ICC and the cricket boards need to do more between international events.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
6 The Ladies' Raj

The Indian women's cricket team have the chance to do what the men could not and win an ODI trophy this year.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
7 Another life for Darren Bravo?

West Indies should waste no time in bringing back their most talented Test batsman.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
8 Coach, don't encroach

Appointing a coach to a cricket team, especially the Indian team, is largely a shot in the dark.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
9 Sri Lanka sinks to their lowest

The ODI series defeat to Zimbabwe has brought home the need for a strong, settled team.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
10 Faf du Plessis: The Great South African Wall

Faf du Plessis and his ability to overcome any situation has always given hope to the Proteas.

Daniel Gallan TwitCount
11 4 issues facing South Africa

Before the 2nd Test against England, the Proteas urgently need to sort out these issues.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
12 The Two pillars of the Indian women's team

Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami are India's most successful cricketers, and have taken the team to another level.

Yatin Singh TwitCount
13 A new dawn for Zimbabwe

The ODI series victory against Sri Lanka could mark the beginning of a new chapter for Zimbabwe.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
14 No risk, no reward

India's lack of risks and experimentation, as seen against the West Indies, could hurt their future prospects.

Samreen Razzaqui TwitCount
15 The Virat Era

Virat Kohli is constantly breaking records and is poised to be the great ODI player of our times.

Yatin Singh TwitCount
16 Brothers in teams, with bat and ball

Kyle and Shai Hope are the latest pair of brothers who have played international cricket together.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
17 The curious case of Jasprit Bumrah

One no ball should not undo all the excellent work that this young bowler has done so far.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
18 Are we taking Rahane for granted?

Ajinkya Rahane has comfortably scored the most runs and the only century in the India vs West Indies ODI series.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
19 South Africa need to play a new brand of Test cricket

The Proteas' problems are more to do with attitude, though they need to get their personnel and players right.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
20 The huge challenge awaiting South Africa's batsmen

The Proteas' inexperienced batting will have to survive a powerful England bowling attack in difficult conditions.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount