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Tests not just for the richest
Tasmania Mercury

Tests not just for the richest

BANGLADESH got beaten by the West Indies this week in the first of two cricket Tests the nations are playing in the Caribbean. Unfortunately Bangladesh is usually on the losing end of the five-day game. It has only won two Test series, the ... Tasmania Mercury, 2 weeks ago
My Zoo

Should spinners be allowed to chuck?

SHOULD spinners be allowed to chuck? It sounds like a blasphemous statement but many are starting to wonder whether that could be the answer to one of the sport's most divisive issues. After Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal became the ...
 My Zoo2 weeks ago
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Should spinners be allowed to chuck?

Image Video (L-R) Australia's Nathan Lyon alongside Saeed Ajmal and Shane Shillingford. The latter two have been suspended by the ICC in the last 12 months. Source: News Corp Australia Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version ...
 Perth Now2 weeks ago

Games of chance

A recent issue of Caravan magazine features a profile of N. Srinivasan, the most powerful man in world cricket. The writer, Rahul Bhatia, tells a story that is fascinating as well as chilling. Through a mixture of intelligence, cunning, and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

England v India, fifth Test, day two: live

OVER 22: ENG 71/1 (Cook 25* Ballance 4*) Cook picks up a single with a stroke down legside to move his overnight score on on the final ball of an uneventful over. OVER 21: ENG 70/1 (Cook 24* Ballance 4*) Four slips in place this morning but ...
 ACQ Magazine1 month ago
NEWS.com.au

UK view: two horses create six ducks

Animals were the theme of the day in the UK press after Stuart Broad and James Anderson combined to roll India for 152 before tea, with England going to stumps trailing by just 39 runs for the loss of three wickets. With half a dozen Indian batsmen ...
 NEWS.com.au1 month ago
Indiatimes

Why ICC Needs To Answer Tough Questions

After the famous 95-run win at Lord's, nothing and literally nothing has gone right for India. Post Southampton Test, the Indian team is hurt on two counts first factor was the completely insipid performance in the third Test which allowed England ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago

Pacer Anderson needs to mend his behaviour

At the end of it all, James Anderson has been let off the hook without a ban for allegedly pushing and abusing Ravindra Jadeja, solely because of the lack of video evidence. Gordon Lewis, the ICC-appointed Judicial Commissioner, might be well within his right ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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