featurecricket9 days ago

Ashes 2017 | Talking points from Day 1 of the second Test

England’s struggles with the balls continued for a second Test in a row as Australia saw off the new ball with relative ease in the first ever Day-Night match in the Ashes. The hosts ended the day with 209/4, thanks to Usman Khawaja (53) David Warner (47), in a rain delayed day at the Adelaide Oval.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket15 days ago

Ashes 2017 | Talking points from Day 4 of the first Test

Despite Joe Root’s fifty, and contributions from Moeen Ali and Jonny Bairstow, on Day 4, England could only manage a score of 195 in their second innings in Brisbane. In reply, the Australian openers, David Warner (60*) and Cameron Bancroft (51*) have put Australia on the brink of victory.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket16 days ago

Ashes 2017 | Talking points from Day 3 of the first Test

After ending two days in England’s shadow, Day 3 well and truly belonged to Australia thanks to a brilliant unbeaten 141 by Steve Smith who was well assisted by Pat Cummins (42). After taking a slender lead, Australia managed to restrict England to 33/2 by the end of the day’s play in Brisbane.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket17 days ago

Ashes 2017 | Talking points from Day 2 of the first Test

After ending Day 1 with a score of 196/4, David Malan (56) and Moeen Ali (38) added 50 runs, before the former perished to bring an end to the 83-run stand. In the second innings, the Australian top order collapsed for 76/4 before Steve Smith (64*) and Shaun Marsh (44*) guided the hosts to 165/4.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket18 days ago

Ashes 2017 | Talking points from Day 1 of the first Test

Joe Root won the toss to kick off the 2018 Ashes and opted to bat first on a surface that could have been a tricky one. Despite losing Alastair Cook as early as the third over, James Vince (83) and Mark Stoneman (53) ensured that the visitors finished Day 1 with a commendable 196/4 on the board.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket19 days ago

Ashes 2017 | How England can tame the Australian beast Down Under

It was a warm afternoon on Day 3 of the Sydney Test in the 2013/14 Ashes series Down Under and the SCG had ‘turned pink’, celebrating another year of the McGrath Foundation. The home crowd had more reasons to celebrate as Australia completed a 5-0 whitewash over England, with the wicket of Rankin.
Chandrasekar V
featurecricket6 months ago

ICC Champions Trophy | Detailed analysis and predictions of Group A

In the Champions Trophy, there hasn't been any room for complacency and the Group A, which comprises England, Australia, New Zealand, and Bangladesh, promises for an intriguing competition. With England being the clear-cut favourites, the other three teams will try to not give an inch to the other.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket10 months ago

Five gestures by cricketers on the field which proves why cricket is a gentleman’s game!

Cricket has been regarded as a gentleman's game since it’s inception, but there have been a lot of incidents such as the monkey-gate incident which has happened in the past that will suggest otherwise. Here are five incidents which will prove that cricket is still a gentleman’s game.
Srijith Gopal
featurecricket10 months ago

Can Joe Root take England back to glory?

That Joe Root one day would go on to lead the England cricket team was never a surprise to anyone. For all those at Yorkshire who had seen the baby-faced boy hitting the leather with so much audacity, Root was obvious superstar-material from a very tender age.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket10 months ago

Alastair Cook :The captain England needed, not the one it deserved

Alastair Cook led the England team through the most tumultuous 4-year period any captain could have had. His own form fluctuated during the stint, but now that he no more has that burden, he can go back to doing what he is best known for - staying put at the crease and scoring runs.
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