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ENG vs PAK | Ageas Bowl Day 1 Talking Points- A rested Jofra Archer, rains all the way and a scoreboard injustice

Ahead of the game, it was always going to be about how England can pressurise Pakistan to cruise to another home series victory but they had to do it without Jofra Archer, who was ‘rested’. Pakistan ended up scoring just the 126 runs losing five wickets after a tough day’s play in Southampton.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricketa day ago

England vs Pakistan | 2nd Test at The Ageas Bowl - Statistical Preview

After pulling off an almost-impossible heist in the first Test at Old Trafford, England will be hoping to win their second straight series of the summer in the second Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl. They will, however, be without their talisman Ben Stokes, who is on personal leave.
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featurecricket4 days ago

Old Trafford win a sign from the gods for England to do away with five-bowler ploy

The victory at Old Trafford on Day 4, aside from being a relief for England - they snapped a losing streak; England had lost the first match in each of their last five Test series - also ended up teaching the home side many a valuable lesson.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket5 days ago

ENG vs PAK | Old Trafford Day 4 Talking Points: Naseem Shah, Jos Buttler and everything in between

A stand-out partnership between Chris Wokaes and Jos Buttler ensured that England snatched the win from the jaws of defeat to secure a 1-0 series lead against Pakistan. While the hosts can enjoy the win, Naseem Shah’s reinvention wrote a new chapter in the pacer’s way to perceived greatness.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket5 days ago

The long and short of the unique corporate race for IPL title sponsorship

So VIVO has dropped the ultimate bombshell, leaving the BCCI sponsorless for the hottest property in the cricketing world in the middle of a health and economic crisis around the world. With Jio, Amazon, Byju’s being the front-runners in the race, what would you really make out of it?
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket5 days ago

England’s fascinating love-hate relationship with keepers

Last year, following the World Cup final win over New Zealand, England thanked all the gods possible for giving them two of the best limited-overs wicketkeepers in the entire world. England and Andrew Strauss’ seeds that saw Jos Buttler and Jonny Bairstow emerge bore them the plumpest of fruits.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket5 days ago

Under-utilized Archer’s Day 3 stroll brings to fore Joe Root’s cluelessness in handling the pacer

Like it or not, Jofra Archer will always be in the news. He’ll be in the news when he plays, he’ll be in the news when he doesn’t play, he’ll be in the news when he bowls fast, he’ll be in the news when he bowls slow and, like yesterday, he’ll be in the news when he doesn’t bowl at all.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket6 days ago

England vs Pakistan | Prediction for Day 4 of the Old Trafford Test

After Day 2 handed Pakistan the initiative, Day3 put the visitors in complete control against England at Old Trafford. With Pakistan leading by 244 runs and a couple of wickets in hand, we are guaranteed a result in the game and if the last two days are anything to go by, England are in big trouble.
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featurecricket6 days ago

ENG vs PAK | Old Trafford Day 3 Talking Points: Yasir ‘warne’ Shah and James Anderson regression

On Day 3 of the opening Test between Pakistan and England at Old Trafford, the visiting side tightened the grip in solid fashion, with an effective lead of 244 runs. While Yasir Shah (4/66) was absolutely fantastic with the ball for Pakistan, England were left to rue their Anderson-sized problem.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket6 days ago

A strategy to multi-dimensional success in T20 Cricket

T20 cricket, being a fast-paced format, has garnered a great deal of interest from almost everyone and the growth of this format have also led to the formation of international and domestic teams with an increased amount of focus in strategies, coaches, analysts and dissections of abilities.
Aryan Joshi