England Take a Backward Step with Gareth Batty Recall

English cricket was in a dark place following the 2015 World Cup. Out-played, out-fought and out-powered, they played cricket in much the same way...

How to Save Test Cricket

Test cricket is dying. The grounds are emptier than before and all the viewing statistics indicate a huge drop in the television audience. However, limited...

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...

Blood, Sweat and Leaves in the Age of the Big Hits

How Cheteshwar Pujara, Alastair Cook, and Nick Gubbins are Leading an Old-Fashioned Revolution T20 cricket has revolutionised cricket in much the same way as Kerry Packer’s...

The Fluctuating Career of Cheteshwar Pujara

Cheteshwar Pujara, India’s number three, is one of the few remaining classic Test batsmen. Unlike most of his contemporaries, Pujara is not concerned with...

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...

Jos Buttler’s Blistering Year

Jos Buttler played his last First-Class game on 22nd October in a test match for England against Pakistan in Dubai – making just seven...

New Zealand in India: A Tale of Two Captains

On September 22nd, India take on New Zealand at Kanpur in the first of three Test matches between the sides. Both sides meet off...

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...
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Zimbabwe’s Promising Return to Test Cricket

Earlier this week New Zealand concluded their tour of Zimbabwe with a 254-run win in the Second Test. When coupled with an innings victory...