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featurecricket3 months ago

India's problem isn't lack of intent but adaptability 

'The positive approach that we wanted was there. We played the kind of cricket we wanted to play. Wins and losses are part of this game. We didn't play for a draw. We played for a win. We lost,' stated Virat Kohli post a heart-wrenching loss in Adelaide in 2014.
Harshit Anand
featurecricket4 months ago

Why the England vs New Zealand Tests are more than just warm-up for WTC final

7,500 spectators, the mecca of cricket Lord's, the return of red-ball cricket, two quality sides, and the fans of the beloved sport just can't keep calm, anticipating the ringing of the bell and the blockbuster English summer to get underway from June 2 in London.
Harshit Anand
featurecricket4 months ago

Tom Latham's golden chance to rise and shine when it matters the most

It's Day 1 of the second Test between New Zealand and England in 2019 at Seddon Park and fans are getting treated to a Tom Latham special - crispy flicks - well just stop there, he does play many other stunners, but it's the flicks that had 'a pure piece of art' written all over them.
Harshit Anand
featurecricketa year ago

The Indian cricketers needed this break but they hate to admit it

What good can come out of a Global Pandemic? If you think about it, there’s not much. The world goes into panic mode, economies crash, thousands of people lose their jobs, millions are left affected and a million more stranded, and the chaos that ensues ensures that normalcy is wiped out for good.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricketa year ago

Boon or Bane | Evaluating what the long layoff means for every international team

If you’re someone who is hopeful of cricketing action restarting in mid-May, let me be the bearer of some bad news - there is no way we are getting any action at least until June. From a fan’s perspective, it is miserable indeed, but what does it really mean for the teams and their plans?
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

IND vs SA | South Africa's predicted XI for the first Test in Visakhapatnam

After a disastrous outing in the subcontinent in 2015 apart from a dismal record of late in the region, the visitors will be eager to redeem some pride by opening their World test Championship campaign on a high. With some notable retirements recently, the playing XI will be a relatively young one.
Gantavya Adukia
featurecricket2 years ago

IND vs SA | India’s predicted XI for first Test in Visakhapatnam

After honours were shared in the T20 series, world number one India will be looking to exploit home conditions to trump the Proteas as they enter the series being overwhelming favourites. With a record 11 consecutive home series wins at stake, a couple of changes from the Caribbean tour seem likely.
Gantavya Adukia