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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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18-Jan-2019 Lyon vs Ashwin: Who has been better?

The rivalry between Australia's Nathan Lyon and India's Ravichandran Ashwin, both great off-spinners, has been very entertaining.

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04-Jan-2019 Pujara vs Dravid: A statistical overview

Cheteshwar Pujara is not far from Rahul Dravid, according to their numbers in Test cricket, though he has some way to go.

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26-Dec-2018 Looking back at the greatest Test match of all time

India vs Australia at Kolkata in 2001 forever changed the course of cricket in India.

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26-Dec-2018 Famous father-son duos in cricket

Families and dynasties have their place in cricket history, showcased by these players who represented the same countries as their fathers.

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14-Dec-2018 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.

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27-Nov-2018 The 5 closest wins in Test cricket history

Apart from Pakistan and New Zealand, England, Australia and the West Indies have all been involved in the closest Test victories in history, in terms of runs.

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28-Sep-2018 Asia Cup: History in numbers

In the 34 years of the Asia Cup, a number of records have been made and broken.

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28-Sep-2018 5 memorable moments from Asia Cup history

As the 2018 Asia Cup comes to an end, we look at some of the most exciting 50 over matches in Asia Cup history.

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27-Sep-2018 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.

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06-Sep-2018 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

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