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featuresports2 days ago

Satire Saturday | Ravi Shastri sends '23 Yards hampers' to detractors with personalized letters

‘How ya doing, mate?’ hits Michael Clarke’s WhatsApp as he wakes up in the morning. It was an unknown number, thus Clarke, the celebrity that he is, had no reason to reply and put the phone away and went out for a morning jog. Hardly did he realize it was the mistake he would be regretting long.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports3 days ago

Friday Fights | The Big ODI Fight – Shane Watson vs Chris Gayle

If there is ever a battle of charismatic all-rounders, how could you even miss these two names? Chris Gayle and Shane Watson have totally different roles for their country but in a larger context, have something in common - identical records and immense respect in world cricket.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports6 days ago

Truthful Tuesday | Why picking Washington Sundar for England Tests will set a bad precedent

It's difficult to gauge what's more rare. A net bowler making his Test debut in a high profile series, or him going to take big scalps of Warner and Smith among four wickets in the game and a crucial half-century to keep the team alive. Whatever it may be, it has fallen alright for India.
Harshit Anand
newssports9 days ago

India Taekwondo rings in 2021 with the first ever online Speed Kicking Championship

Given the world is still going through a global pandemic, India Taekwondo is looking to move into 2021 by announcing its first ever online Speed Kicking Championship. The tournament will be virtually held looking at the COVID situation taking all the practicalities and logistics online.
Press Release
featuresports9 days ago

Satire Saturday | Punishment for player offences to be decided by fans, confirm ICC

The International Cricket Council (ICC) have revealed that, in the wake of Steve Smith going unpunished for ‘cheating’, they will henceforth let fans decide the magnitude of punishment for players. Fans are set to be provided uninterrupted stump-cam and stump-mic footage in the latest ICC app.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports10 days ago

Friday Fights | The Big ODI Fight - Chris Cairns vs Abdul Razzaq

Two of the greatest all-rounders from their countries, Chris Cairns and Abdul Razzaq were unstoppable forces in their heydays - two stars could change the complexion of the game. They had the maverick ability to enthrall the spectators as such was with their ability to play blockbuster cricket.
Harshit Anand
featuresports11 days ago

Throwback Thursday | Sharpshooter Eranga ends Anderson's resistance to help Sri Lanka to an English heist

There’s something about Headingley, where magical things happen every once in a while - be it 2005 Ashes or the 2019 Ben Stokes miracle - but this has to top it all. Sri Lanka have a real opportunity of sealing a historic heist-like series win in England, a country which has always haunted them.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports12 days ago

What if Wednesday | What if Ajinkya Rahane was dropped after 2017 Sri Lanka series

It was the chilly winter of 2017 when Sri Lanka came calling. Like they usually do, but this was the absolute pinnacle. India had just made an all-format tour to the Emerald Isle, blanking then 9-0, but once again? The cynosure was at a different point.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports13 days ago

Truthful Tuesday | More than ever, Indian management and fans need to trust Navdeep Saini now

2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014 - four years where Indian cricket was all over the place when it came to giving debuts to pace bowlers from the domestic circuit. Varun Aaron, Jaydev Unadkat, Abhimanyu Mithun, Pankaj Singh, and Vinay Kumar - five bowlers who were discarded before reconsidered.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports14 days ago

Overreaction Monday | Pujara’s ‘outdated’ method and ‘Over-hyped’ Pucovski

Monday Blues are back and so are we with our weekly segment ‘Overreaction Monday’ where we dissect all the ridiculous things meted out this week. With a series-defining Sydney Test on, everyone was solely focusing on that and thus that adores the majority of our column this week.
Bastab K Parida