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Jay Dansinghani

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About Me

Jay Dansinghani is a freelance writer, researcher, and author based in Hong Kong. Jay got into deep trouble in the sixth grade for basing his entire autobiography assignment on cricket. Despite developing his own Test and ODI ranking system, and spending days on a poem about Sachin Tendulkar, Jay was sent to detention in highly controversial circumstances. Before focusing on cricket writing, this truly peculiar man worked as a bookie and contract killer for an international criminal syndicate. Facebook: @TheCricketCage

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08-Mar-2017 The Hong Kong T20 Blitz and the H.K. fan

The IPL-style tournament gives Hong Kong’s youngsters a chance to shine in the international cricket arena.

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28-Dec-2016 Can Asad Shafiq build on his success?

While technically gifted and cool under pressure, Shafiq needs to be more consistent.

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23-Dec-2016 New Zealand's waning ODI fortunes

The Black Caps are a far cry from their World Cup glory, but there are ways for them to improve.

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02-Dec-2016 England need to learn from their mistakes

England wasted many chances in Mohali, more of which they cannot afford if they want to tie the series.

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24-Nov-2016 Pakistan: down but not out

Expect a jaded Pakistan to fare better against an underperforming New Zealand in Hamilton.

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10-Nov-2016 The decline of Australia

Giving those hapless Aussies a good ol'fashioned Aussie sledging before their next defeat.

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28-Oct-2016 How can Dhoni best utilise Hardik Pandya?

Is number 8 too low for Hardik Pandya?

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21-Oct-2016 The Amazing Azhar Ali

Azhar will have to prove himself against New Zealand & Australia to show his recent success wasn't just another high score in Asia.

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14-Oct-2016 Can Gambhir make his third chance count?

Gautam Gambhir needs to score big against England to be more than a backup or stopgap opener.

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29-Sep-2016 Why Ronchi as opener is a bad idea

Ronchi is not the ideal replacement for Guptill and pushing him up could expose New Zealand’s vulnerable middle order.

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