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DRS, 'brain fade', 'mocking', name calling — there was never a dull moment in the India vs Australia Test series.
On this day in 2001, Dravid and Laxman took India from 254/4 to 589/4.
The entire sport of cricket is ill.
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How do we make cricket interesting across formats again? Can bilateral series regain their charm? The possible answer comes from a source that rarely gets its just dues: women’s cricket. In the 2013 Women’s Ashes Series, a new points system was tried out…
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Chester-Le-Street, UK -- Alastair Cook became the first England batsman to score 10,000 Test runs when he made five against Sri Lanka on the fourth day of the second Test at the Riverside on Friday. T...
When the West Indies won the T20 cricket world cup in April, it was a moment of joy for every cricket lover, even as England's Ben Stokes, who got hit for four consecutive sixes, burst into tears. Every cricket fan appreciated the Caribbean team's performance, especially since nobody expected them to win the tournament in style. But the T20 triumph notwithstanding, the West Indies have been on a downward trajectory.
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