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featurecricketa year ago

10,000 miles away from Australia, Josh Inglis is making an unignorable case for T20 selection

Josh Inglis is by some distance the best-uncapped batsman in Australia, but the time has come for the selectors to start looking at the Western Australian as a genuine World T20 candidate.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

2+1 is a good step BBL, but you need more quality International stars to make it a tournament

Australia is one of the first countries to venture into the ‘Big Brother’ concept, which now has taken the world by storm, especially Indian households have their eyes turned to their television sets to see their favourite stars tear each other up. You know what else is similar? IPL and the BBL!
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket2 years ago

Cricket Talk | The challenge of being a foreign coach ft. Simon Helmot

Australia, India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, West Indies - you name it, there isn’t a single nook and corner in the world that Simon Helmot has not explored as a coach. SportsCafe caught up with the Aussie to shed light on his experiences and to discuss the challenges of being a foreign coach.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years 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
featurecricket2 years ago

Funky innovations are fine, but BBL won’t be elite until the standard of cricket improves

Sometimes you wonder if the Big Bash League (BBL) is indeed run by Vince McMahon. Time and again, the BBL outdoes itself and comes up with funky, out-of-the-box innovations and constantly has the urge to do something out of the ordinary to surprise and please its fans.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

BCCI’s ‘exclusivity’ is harming Indian players - and in turn Indian Cricket

On Saturday, Suresh Raina raised a very important issue pertaining to Indian cricket that has casually and completely slipped under the radar: the freedom for active cricketers to partake in overseas T20 leagues.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

Why Chris Lynn did not live up to his potential in Australian colours

‘Brutalised’ is a word that is thrown around way too much in the sporting world and often misused. But back in 2015, when commentators referred to Chris Lynn’s batting as ‘brutal’, there was nothing inaccurate about the description. If anything, it was, at times, an understatement.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket3 years ago

What can Australia take away from BBL 09 ft. big-hitter scarcity and golden wicket-keeper era

The longest BBL season in history came to its conclusion today and boy wasn’t it one hell of a ride. From one-sided encounters to nail-biting finishes to controversies to individual excellence, we had it all and frankly, at no point did it feel like we, as viewers, were being fatigued by the action.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket3 years ago

BBL 2019-20 | Sixers vs Stars - Ask Me Anything ft. The Grand Finale choke and 'Sydney Spinners'

'It's happened again, It's happened againnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn, Melbourne Starssssssssssssss, it's happened againnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.' Yes, it's happened again. But what's happened again? And what actually went on in the final? In this AMA session, I've listed out every single detail from the match.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket3 years ago

BBL 2019-20 | Stars vs Thunder - Ask Me Anything ft. Nic Maddinson's no-show and Super Nick Larkin

There we go. The Final for the 2019/20 edition of the Big Bash League (BBL) is set and the Sydney Sixers will take on....Oh you thought I'd reveal? Nah, go through the article please. In this edition of 'Ask Me Anything', I've charted out every detail in the match to make life easier for all of you.
Anirudh Suresh