Fringe players look to stake claim for T20 World Cup place

Sam Curran

England's five match T20 series in New Zealand gets underway overnight, with numerous key players rested after a very long summer of cricket. None of Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Jason Roy or Jofra Archer have made the long trip, giving some fringe players and talented youngsters the chance

Shakib Banned: Bangladesh to be without star all-rounder for India tour

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Bangladesh cricket has been rocked amidst another fixing scandal. Shakib who finished as the third highest run scorer with a mammoth average of 86.57 in the recently concluded cricket world cup held in England in Wales has now been banned for two years from all forms of cricket. He accepted three

“This is a little bit exceptional, this is pretty special”. – Lara on Indian bowlers

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India’s bowling unit is currently one of the best in the world. Time to time a lot of experts showered their praises to Kohli’s team. Now West Indian legend Brian Lara shared his views on the same. Lara in love with Indian bowling According to former West Indies batsman Brian Lara, the

Five Bizarre Incidents That Stopped Cricket Matches

Cricketing fraternity is often left distraught when sporadic showers or bad light cause frustrating interruptions in the matches. But there have been far more weird reasons as far as halts in Cricket are concerned. From the piercing sunlight causing suspension of play to monkeys partying at midwicket to the Cricket

David Warner’s Leap of Gold

Who remembers a sorrowful, hiccupping David Warner in that disgracing press conference in Sydney where he admitted to masterminding the infamous ball-tampering saga at The Newlands? As he traversed through an emotional meltdown, the belligerent Australian opening batsman resigned to the fact that he may never represent the gold or

Defying the odds


Copyright AFP If there was ever a case that God was an Englishman, the Cricket World Cup in 2019 was prima facie evidence of it. As the gods descended on the spiritual homeland of cricket, Lords, on a glorious day in late July, the nation for once came together in solidarity,