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featurecricket2 years ago

Style over substance - Pakistan caught in a tangle

There is a group of Pakistani fans, some of them have gone on to work as bloggers and media professionals, formed a group called “Pace is Pace yaar”. Their major work involved ranting about Pakistan cricket and celebrating Pakistani “Jazba” like no other, with an added sense of humour.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket2 years ago

Australia vs Pakistan | 3rd T20I - Statistical Preview

After the rain gods denied Australia a victory in the series opener in Sydney, the hosts, riding on an unbeaten 80 by Steve Smith, sealed a win in the second T20I. With the fate of the series depending on the Perth T20I, Bodog has predicted Pakistan to suffer another loss and concede the series.
Bodog India
featurecricket2 years ago

Australia vs Pakistan | 2nd T20 International - Statistical Preview

With weather denying Australia an obvious victory in Sydney last weekend, Aaron Finch and Co. would be eager to take the lead in the second T20 in Canberra. On the other hand, Pakistan would look to start all over again even though the odds are heavily stacked against them as per Bodog.
Bodog India
featurecricket2 years ago

Underachiever David Warner takes first step towards Aussie greatness

David Warner, no doubt, will be remembered in the years to come for all the right and the wrong reasons. But exactly a year from now, he will have the opportunity to establish himself as an all-time great and with his exploits in the Sri Lanka series, he has taken the first step towards doing so.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

Australia vs Pakistan | 1st T20 International - Statistical Preview

Riding the back of a 3-0 whitewash over Asian rivals Sri Lanka, Australia will eye a similar outcome, although the task is going to be tougher this time. With Bodog giving Pakistan slim chances of pulling off the 1st T20, they would have everything to play for in the three-match series.
Bodog India
featurecricket5 years ago

Five of the most severe on-field injuries in cricket

Cricket is never intended to be a blood sport, but its physical threat has always been a cause for concern since its inception and has led to changes in the rules many a time. But despite all that the sport hasn’t been free from severe injuries every once in a while.
SportsCafe Desk