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Cricket Musings

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1 The evolution of Bumrah the Test bowler

Once considered a T20 and ODI specialist, the Indian fast bowler has made his mark in Test cricket as well.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
2 Mayank Agarwal changed the course of the series

The Karnataka opening batsman made a significant difference and helped India win the Test series in Australia.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
3 Pujara's role in India's away wins

The in form Cheteshwar Pujara played a key role in India's Test victories against South Africa, England and Australia in 2018.

Shreyasi Talukdar TwitCount
4 India's tail end woes

Against England and now Australia, India's bowlers have found it difficult to score runs and dismiss the opposite team's tail-enders.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
5 Hope floats for the Windies' ODI fortunes

Shai Hope's performances in ODI cricket in 2018 boosts the West Indies' chances for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
6 IPL 2019: Worst retentions and releases

The 12th season of the Indian Premier League has seen some teams make bad decisions about their players.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
7 Can T10 take cricket to the Olympics?

The new exciting 10-over format makes cricket more accessible and could help the sport finally go global.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
8 Captain Kohli must raise the bar in Australia

Virat Kohli's poor captaincy lost India the England and South Africa series, so he needs to improve for the Test cricket tour of Australia.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
9 England deserve all the plaudits for their historic win

England's 3-0 whitewash on their tour of Sri Lanka is a rare and praiseworthy cricketing feat.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
10 5 impressive players from the 2018 Women's World T20

These five cricketers have been vital in their teams' performance in the 2018 Women's World T20.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
11 The muddled decisions of India's selectors

Selection decisions involving MS Dhoni, Rishabh Pant, Rohit Sharma and more prove that the selection panel lacks any sort of direction or vision.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
12 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
13 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
14 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
15 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
16 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
17 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
18 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
19 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
20 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