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Prasenjit Dey

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About Me

Prasenjit, a techie by profession and Sports writer by passion, hails from the 'City of Joy'-Kolkata. He loves to write about the nitty-gritty details of cricket and has published for multiple online publications till date. He also blogs regularly at 'The Cricket Corridor'. You can follow him on twitter @Prosen02.

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26-Jul-2018 The new Ranji Trophy format has its flaws

The new format in India's first class domestic cricket tournament has its positives, but its negatives need to be addressed.

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20-Mar-2018 Sunny days ahead for Dinesh Karthik

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

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07-Mar-2018 The rise of Santner the Batsman

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

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06-Mar-2018 Mayank Agarwal: Calling his Shots Right

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

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27-Feb-2018 Junior Dala has hit the ground running

In a disappointing T20I series for South Africa against India, the Zambia-born pacer has been the ray of hope.

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05-Dec-2017 Shaun Marsh: Crisis Man

With his excellent hundred in the 2nd Ashes Test at Adelaide, Marsh has finally silenced his critics.

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27-Nov-2017 Steve Smith - Best in the world

Steve Smith’s masterclass at the Gabba showed why he is the best Test batsman in the world right now.

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06-Nov-2017 Rohit & Virat: Brothers in destruction

Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have improved their ODI batting in the past two years to become one of the best partnerships around.

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18-Oct-2017 Learning the hard way in South Africa

Bangladeshi bowlers are suffering in a fast bowler's paradise, but the lessons learnt will make them better bowlers.

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02-Dec-2016 A mature wine in a new bottle

Parthiv Patel is no longer a baby-faced teenager, but a seasoned campaigner making a compelling case.

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