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1 Rashid Khan: The young Afghan star

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

Yatin Singh TwitCount
2 The biggest sixes in IPL history

Do you know who hit the longest six: An Indian, Aussie, Kiwi, West Indian or South African?

Sounak Mullick TwitCount
3 Winning from behind

7 great comebacks from teams fighting after being a Test down.

Anuj Verma TwitCount
4 The last lethal pace bowling pair

Courtney Walsh and Curtly Ambrose were a throwback to the days of the West Indies' fast bowling greats.

Sounak Mullick TwitCount
5 9 years of Shaun Marsh

After almost a decade of international cricket, Shaun Marsh still hasn't proved himself.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
6 India's man for all seasons

Ravindra Jadeja can contribute a lot more with the bat and become an even better all rounder.

Haresh Pandya TwitCount
7 India's unsung hero: Murali Vijay

The opener from Tamil Nadu has been an essential part of India's success for the past few years.

Sharath Bala TwitCount
8 Shaun Tait's career: Nasty, brutish and short

A gifted fast bowler with rare pace, he couldn't control his line or his body's injuries.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
9 When Sri Lanka crashed to 6 for 5 against Bangladesh

A SL v Ban ODI in 2009 was one of the most exciting, low scoring matches in the recent history of cricket.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
10 Hong Kong T20 Blitz All Star XI

The top performers from the Blitz, including Hong Kong's finest players and some international stars.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
11 From March & marching on

March is home to a number of firsts, including the very first Test match.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
12 How each team fared in their 100th Test

After Bangladesh's historic win over Sri Lanka, let's see how the other teams fared on their 100th Test matches.

Rustom Deboo TwitCount
13 Cricketing heroes

Cricketers can inspire like no one else, especially those who justify their place on the pedestal.

Jake Perry TwitCount
14 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.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
15 An eagle of the Caribbean

Sir Viv Richards, 65 years old on March 7th, was one of the greatest batsmen of all time.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
16 C.K. Nayudu Award for Indian veterans

BCCI honour Padmakar Shivalkar & Rajinder Goel with the prestigious Col. C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award this season.

Haresh Pandya TwitCount
17 Bye Bye Boom Boom

After a long career spent bringing joy to fans, Shahid Afridi's international retirement brings sadness.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
18 One Test wonders around the globe

Let's take a look at international venues that have hosted only one Test match (so far).

Sounak Mullick TwitCount
19 Learning from the 2001 Australia tour of India

The classic 2001 Border-Gavaskar Trophy has some timeless lessons for today's players.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
20 On cricketing grounds

So many cricketing stadiums! The 1st Test between Ind & Aus wil be played in Pune on 23rd Feb, 2017.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
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