Review of England’s tour of the West Indies

Did either team actually learn anything from the test, ODI or T20 matches they played against each other? That's one of the main questions being asked at the conclusion of this tour. The West Indies impressed and surprised many, winning the test series 2-1 and even that scoreline doesn't truly reflect how dominant the hosts... Continue Reading →

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Sri Lanka create history with Test series win

After yesterday's eight-wicket victory over South Africa in Port Elizabeth, Sri Lanka have become the first Asian side to win a test series in South Africa. The fact that this test series was only two matches in length was an interesting decision, but that ever-common conundrum in test cricket seems irrelevant after Sri Lanka's feat... Continue Reading →

Pat Cummins wins Allan Border Medal

A topsy-turvy 12 months of Australian cricket has been wrapped up with the annual Allan Border and Belinda Clark Medal presentations. Claiming his first ever Allan Border Medal, fast bowler Pat Cummins took 36 wickets over a total of eight test matches in which the voting process took place. This was the first time since... Continue Reading →

Australia v India Test series preview

Apart from The Ashes, is there a more anticipated Test series in international cricket than Australia against India? Well, certainly not on this occasion, as this series has been dubbed 'Australia v Virat Kohli' by many fans and media pundits. If this content had taken place this time last year, it would have been the... Continue Reading →

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