India vs Bangladesh: What We Learned

India qualified for the Champions Trophy final thanks to a clinical performance against Bangladesh. Here are the talking points from Edgbaston.

West Indies: Can It Get Any Worse?

There was a time when cricket dominance knew only one name: West Indies. Two consecutive World Cups in 1975 and 1979, Test Cricket supremacy, West Indies had it all....

Ian Bell: Less Than The Sum Of His Parts?

Ian Bell's international career looks to be over. And despite perhaps not totally fulfilling his potential, he will be remembered as one of England's finest

Wicket-keeping Still Mother Figure Trisha Chetty’s First Love

Wicket-keeping remains Trisha Chetty’s first love in the changing world of women’s cricket. South Africa’s guardian of the gloves at the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup is nothing if not...

England Would be Right to Stick With Alex Hales

A disastrous winter has left Alex Hales’ international career in danger of terminal decline just six months after he scored England’s highest ever individual score in ODIs. The opening...

Predictable Bowling Attack Again Finds England Wanting

Despite beginning the Champions Trophy with victory over Bangladesh, England's bowling attack showed that there is still plenty of room for improvement.

India vs England First ODI: England Preview

England will look to start off their ODI series against India in positive fashion in the first match at Pune on Sunday. The tourists suffered a 4-0 drubbing in the...

Is Rishabh Pant Really MS Dhoni’s Successor?

Time is almost up for MS Dhoni. No one can dispute that his career has been incredibly successful, but his presence in India’s limited overs team should only be...

The Associates – A Big Picture

The Associates - A Big Picture Cricket is not always being played out loud, like in the Big Bash or not even being danced around, like in the Caribbean Premier...

Thilakaratne Dilshan The Modest Maestro

MANNERS MAKETH THE MAN What, you might ask, separates the also-rans from the great - or the modest from the arrogant? William Horman, who was a headmaster at Eton and...