The Women’s Game: A Beacon For Change

The history of women’s cricket is a tapestry as rich and absorbing as that of their male counterparts. However, its lack of exposure has often left it marooned at...

Shakib Al Hasan: The Bangladesh Crown Prince Gunning for England

Shakib Al Hasan will go down in the annals of Bangladesh cricket as one of the finest, and most influential, cricketers in their history. It is in fact only a little stretch to...

Ben Duckett: England’s Answer to Quinton De Kock

In a year which has produced 2,706 runs and both PCA awards, Ben Duckett now faces the prospect of a first England cap. At just 21, Duckett is possibly...

2016’s Top 25 Players: The Final Five

As 2017 draws near, our countdown of the top 25 players of 2016 comes to its zenith with five players who have excelled this calendar year. A reminder of the...

2016’s Top 25 Players: Part One

2016 has been a remarkable cricketing year across all formats. After kicking off with West Indies' dramatic triumph over England in the final of the World T20, the year brought four different number one-ranked...

Virat Kohli: The King of the Chase

Michael Bevan was arguably the most feared finisher in the game during his career but Virat Kohli has not simply taken the art of the chase to another level,...

England Right To Omit Unfortunate Ben Duckett

Despite two fifties in his first three ODIs, Ben Duckett has been dropped from England's white-ball squads to play India. Is it the right call?

An Exclusive Interview With Dale Steyn

An Exclusive Interview With Dale Steyn Fast bowlers like Dale Steyn come once in a generation. Not many bowlers in the history of the game can rival his intensity, raw...

Courtney Walsh Signs as Bangladesh Bowling Coach

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has roped in legendary former West Indian fast bowler Courtney Walsh as their specialist bowling coach. Bangladesh's success at the 2015 Cricket World Cup, in...

England’s Sam Billings Conundrum

The form of England's top six presents them with the Sam Billings conundrum: how can Trevor Bayliss fit seven batsmen into six?