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Cricket Musings

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1 All about centuries in women’s T20Is

In view of Alyssa Healy's record-breaking 148* against Sri Lanka last month, we look at a few facts and figures on centuries in women's T20Is.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
2 Who are India’s frontline T20I spinners?

Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal, like Jadeja and Ashwin before them, seem to have fallen out of favour, so who will bowl in 2020 World T20?

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
3 Jalaj Saxena: stalwart of First Class cricket

The Madhya Pradesh and Kerala all rounder has impressed greatly in domestic cricket and deserves a call up to the national side.

Amey Oke TwitCount
4 How Broad got the better of Warner in the Ashes

Before the 2019 Ashes Test series in England, David Warner was excellent against Stuart Broad's bowling, but that has changed drastically now.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
5 Time is running out for KL Rahul

The India opener has a technical flaw in his batting made worse by mentality issues, despite being given chances to improve.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
6 Ravindra Jadeja finds his mojo as Test batsman

The spin bowling all-rounder is finally fulfilling his potential, with his batting improving greatly since 2017.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
7 A tribute to Hashim Amla

The legendary Proteas batsman has retired the way he played, with utmost grace, and South Africa cricket is all the poorer for his absence.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
8 Surprise performers of the World Cup

These 6 players stepped up in England and stole the spotlight at the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
9 The HoldingWilley 2019 Cricket World Cup XI

Choosing the team of the tournament was difficult and a lot of deserving players couldn't make the cut.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
10 A World Cup without Zimbabwe

The 2019 Cricket World Cup in England was a colourful affair, but it was poorer for missing the red of Zimbabwe for the first time in decades.

Shalabh Manocha TwitCount
11 The last men standing in 2019 Cricket World Cup

An exclusive club of 5 players in the 2019 Cricket World Cup have played in 4 or more World Cups and are due to retire.

Amey Oke TwitCount
12 5 times the Zing bails didn't fall in the 2019 World Cup

The light up bails may be entertaining, but they have failed to move many times in the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England.

Rohit Sankar TwitCount
13 2019 World Cup scheduling and the BCCI

The ICC was criticised for scheduling the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England such that India played their first game long after all the other teams.

Shalabh Manocha TwitCount
14 West Indies: Not the dark horse that was hoped for

The West Indies started the 2019 Cricket World Cup full of promise and threatening upsets, but have not been able to impress since.

Shreyasi Talukdar TwitCount
15 Cricketers who have played ODIs for two different teams

A look at the 11 players who have played ODI cricket for two different teams.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
16 AB de Villiers is not above the game of cricket

The former South Africa captain's attempt to play in the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England without putting in the hours is selfish and inconsiderate.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
17 Taylor & Williamson: The heart of New Zealand

Veteran Ross Taylor and captain Kane Williamson are the two most important batsmen for the Kiwis in the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Shreyasi Talukdar TwitCount
18 5 stages of being a Proteas fan

It's always tough being a fan of South Africa with a World Cup around the corner.

Ben Karpinski TwitCount
19 7 impact players making their World Cup debut

The 2019 Cricket World Cup could be decided by the performances of these exciting young players.

Sarah Waris TwitCount
20 MS Dhoni is a step ahead of us all

The former Indian captain took losing the 2019 IPL with good grace, and will use his invaluable experience to try and win another World Cup for India.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount