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Yatin Singh

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Yatin Singh is a third year student of Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, studying B.A (H) Journalism. Yatin, a die hard cricket fan from Delhi, has represented the capital city four times at state level cricket. His hobbies include writing, listening to music, watching T.V etc. Except for cricket, Yatin closely follows Tennis and Formula one also.

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22-Jun-2017 Hardik Pandya: India's new finisher

With the right mentoring and grooming, the all rounder could be the ideal finisher for India.

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14-Jun-2017 5 famous Bangladesh wins

Before their Champions Trophy semi final, five significant victories from the Tigers' past.

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09-Jun-2017 England vs Australia

The rivalry between the English and the Aussies in ODIs is almost as exciting as the Ashes.

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31-May-2017 Can Eoin Morgan end England's ODI trophy drought?

English limited overs cricket is in safe hands, as Morgan is a capable leader and batsman.

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23-May-2017 10 players who did not do well in IPL 2017

These players had immense potential and showed a few sparks, but failed to live up to their potential.

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21-May-2017 MS Dhoni: The King of IPL

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has an unmatched record of success in 10 years of the Indian Premier League.

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14-May-2017 Kings XI Punjab: The Unpredictables

One of the most inconsistent teams in IPL 2017, Glenn Maxwell's side has a real chance of making the playoffs.

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12-May-2017 Yuvraj Singh: The Comeback King

Yuvraj will be the only person to play his 6th Champions Trophy in the Indian squad.

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29-Apr-2017 Royal Chokers Bangalore

Almost invincible in 2016, this year RCB are struggling not to finish at the bottom of the table.

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22-Apr-2017 Rashid Khan: The young Afghan star

The legspinner with impressive variations and a hunger for wickets has taken cricket by storm.

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