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featurecricket21 hours ago

No. 4 should be the ideal position for Suryakumar Yadav in the 2022 T20 World Cup

With a lot of depth in the talent pool and fierce competition for a spot in the team, India will be looking to set their playing combination for T20 World Cup. With KL Rahul and Virat Kohli returning, number 4 seems to be the ideal position for Suryakumar Yadav where he can prosper in World Cup.
Nishad Bapat
featurecricket5 days ago

IPL and franchise leagues leaving international cricket a lot poorer and feeling unwanted

With Trent Boult's termination from New Zealand Cricket's central contract, the growing concern continues to emerge about what international cricket will look like in the next four to five years. To avoid the massacre, the ICC must step up immediately to restructure the international calendar.
Ritam Chatterjee
featurecricket7 days ago

South African batting unit generates glimmer of hope

South Africa has always been tagged as chokers in ICC tournaments and they have crumbled in pressure situations multiple times. The 2022 T20 World Cup is not far away and they can lift the trophy this time with a batting unit capable to pull it off.
Nishad Bapat
featurecricket9 days ago

Sizzling Arshdeep Singh should be India’s absolute certainty at the 2022 T20 World Cup

In India's recent five-match T20I series against West Indies, Arshdeep Singh became renowned as India's designated death bowler. Arshdeep's success was underpinned by his execution in line and length, and now, there should not be any question regarding his selection at the upcoming T20 World Cup.
Ritam Chatterjee
featurecricket11 days ago

Babar Azam is bringing the glory days back to Pakistan

Babar Azam has brought the spotlight back on Pakistan Cricket after long by quietly building his reputation as the world's finest batsman while all eyes stayed fixated on the fab four. He is perhaps the greatest beacon of hope for 22 crore people and it is time we all started acknowledging it.
Gantavya Adukia
featurecricket15 days ago

Commonwealth Games 2022: A stepping stone for cricket to be in Olympics

Cricket has been added for the second time in Commonwealth Games after 1998 but this time it could be the start of the sport’s global journey. The move will benefit women’s cricket and especially the sport as a whole making it popular worldwide for sure.
Nishad Bapat
featurecricket16 days ago

High hopes as England captain has clearly affected 'batsman' Jos Buttler

So far, since Jos Buttler took charge as England's limited-overs captain last month, he has not made any substantial impact in 12 attempts to inspire his side, not even once. However, the hope is he will grow into his role and rediscover his old-self with time, at least as a batsman if not skipper.
Ritam Chatterjee
featurecricket18 days ago

Analysing the legitimacy of concerns over Virat Kohli's form and legacy

Virat Kohli set the bar too high early on in his career for his own good, failing to scale the same heights of late. However, whether his slump an ordinary drop as is the case for most sportsmen or is it one that will hurt his legacy to no ends, is the question this article aims to answer.
Gantavya Adukia
featurecricket21 days ago

Dinesh Chandimal: Red-ball cricket's underrated phenom

When Sri Lanka was going through a transition period after the retirement of their big guns, Dinesh Chandimal was supposed to lead the batting unit in Tests but failed to do so. However, he has inked a turnaround in his career this year piling up runs with unbelievable consistency.
Nishad Bapat
featurecricket22 days ago

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma won't be the last extraordinary superstars of Indian cricket

For over a decade, Virat Kohli, 33, and Rohit Sharma, 35, have been playing like they are operating on a different plane than the rest of their teammates. But how the Indian cricket will look like when these incredible stalwarts button up their shirts and leave?
Ritam Chatterjee