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1 Junaid's comeback is a treat for fans

The much-awaited, well-deserved return of Junaid Khan will delight fans of Pakistan.

Talha Ahmad TwitCount
2 Big Bash slip-up inevitable in TV age

It is inevitable that something will slip when players on the field chat with their buddies in the commentary box.

Jake Perry TwitCount
3 Azhar Ali's injury is a blessing in disguise

Azhar’s injury & Pakistan's win under Hafeez show that Azhar Ali is simply not captaincy material for limited overs.

Talha Ahmad TwitCount
4 Chance to shine for SA's fringe players

In the absence of de Villiers, Amla, Duminy, du Plessis, Rabada and others, these lesser seen South African players can showcase their abilities.

Daniel Gallan TwitCount
5 8 players to watch at the Desert T20

The best players and gamechangers from the Associate nations at the Desert T20 Challenge in UAE.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
6 Sreesanth looks to Scotland for comeback

After his ban from playing in BCCI tournaments, S Sreesanth now might play in the Scotland League. Will BCCI give him the permission?

Jake Perry TwitCount
7 Hashim Amla is scoring runs again

South Africa's first Test triple centurion is back in form after a while.

Vishwas K TwitCount
8 Yuvraj Singh’s selection and what it means for India

India v England ODI and T20 series is probably the last chance for Yuvraj to seal his place in the side.

Rohit Shah TwitCount
9 The Fantastic Five

5 players to watch out for in the India-England ODI & T20 series.

Sameer Allana TwitCount
10 Preview of the 1st India vs England ODI

The hosts have the slightest upper hand, but the visitors are a formidable, world-beating unit.

Prateek Chellani TwitCount
11 A match-winner first, friend second

Yuvraj Singh was selected due to his ability to change the momentum of a match, not because Kohli likes him.

Umang Pabari TwitCount
12 Dhoni's ODI career: What lies ahead

MS Dhoni is expected to take a call on his ODI career after the 2017 Champions trophy in England. He needs to make this call quickly.

Sahil Bhatia TwitCount
13 Heavy price for the lawless BCCI

The Supreme Court has snuffed out the dictatorship of the BCCI. Will Indian cricket, or its image, change for the better?

Haresh Pandya TwitCount
14 Curtains for some

It’s very difficult for the selectors to pick the best 11 as they have to replace a stopgap who has given an outstanding performance.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
15 The most surprising IPL releases

There were some surprises in the list of players released & retained by the 8 IPL teams.

Prateek Chellani TwitCount
16 Time for the crew to stand up for the Skipper

The onus is on the Sri Lankan middle order to shed the "inexperienced" tag and put on a strong performance.

Vishwas K TwitCount
17 New Zealand's waning ODI fortunes

The Black Caps are a far cry from their World Cup glory, but there are ways for them to improve.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
18 Some positives for England

Despite issues as a team, England's tour of India saw plenty of good individual performances.

Prateek Chellani TwitCount
19 Jimmy's got a gun, and it misfired

James Anderson's comments about Virat Kohli seem like a frustrated reflection of his lack of wickets.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
20 Will Chennai bring down the curtain on Cook’s captaincy?

A question mark has been left over the future of England’s captain. With the vultures circling Cook’s captaincy, Root is likely to be his successor.

Jake Perry TwitCount