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1 Did Usman Khawaja save his career at Port Elizabeth?

Can the elegant yet inconsistent left-handed batsman keep up the form he showed in the 2nd Test against South Africa?

Sakshi Gupta TwitCount
2 7 players to look out for in the Women's T20 Tri-series

India is hosting Australia and England in an exciting T20 tri-series featuring a number of new players fighting to make their mark.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
3 Bangladesh's bad behaviour

Bangladesh's passion for cricket can turn into ugly behaviour on and off the pitch.

Umaima Saeed TwitCount
4 Sunny days ahead for Dinesh Karthik

DK has had a stop-start international career, but now may be his time to shine.

Prasenjit Dey TwitCount
5 Washington Sundar's meteoric rise

The Man of the Series in the Nidahas Trophy, the young off spinner has a bright future ahead of him.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
6 Suresh Raina: Man on a Mission

Raina is on a comeback in T20Is and will be aiming for a place in the 2019 World Cup team.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
7 Shardul Thakur's topsy-turvy journey

Rise, fall and rise again, has been the story of the determined fast bowler who went from playing for Mumbai to India.

Umaima Saeed TwitCount
8 Mushfiqur: The middle-order saviour

Mushfiqur Rahim could finally be the answer to a problem in Bangladesh's batting that has been around since 2016.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
9 The Irresistible Kagiso Rabada

The young, fast bowler has become the mainstay of the South Africa bowling attack and his presence will be missed.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
10 Latham in the middle

Tom Latham has become the unobtrusive catalyst in New Zealand's strong middle order.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
11 Ross Taylor's partnerships for New Zealand

Since 2014, Taylor has been essential to building partnerships for New Zealand and is an important part of their success.

Sakshi Gupta TwitCount
12 Scotland's shining beacon

Calum MacLeod has taken Scotland to the World Cup before and he can do it again.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
13 The rise of Santner the Batsman

Mitchell Santner has adapted and proved himself capable with the bat in addition to his spinning prowess.

Prasenjit Dey TwitCount
14 The importance of Moeen Ali

No matter what his numbers are like, Moeen Ali has made himself a vital part of this England side.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
15 7 players to watch out for at the World Cup Qualifiers

As 10 teams compete for 2 places in the 2019 World Cup, these players could make the difference.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
16 Mayank Agarwal: Calling his Shots Right

Both on and off the field, the Karnataka batsman has played things nearly to perfection.

Prasenjit Dey TwitCount
17 Bhuvi: India's unassuming hero

Bhuvneshwar Kumar has emerged as one of India's most important bowlers in Tests, ODIs and T20Is.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
18 Pandya needs to perform

Why a below-par Hardik Pandya did not deserve to be rested for the Nidahas trophy.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
19 The Return of Mitchell Marsh

Mitchell Marsh has made a strong case for himself as a future captain of Australia.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
20 What the World Cup Qualifiers mean to Afghanistan

Afghanistan may not be able to win the World Cup very soon, but they can inspire a new generation.

Sameer Allana TwitCount