Harsha Bhogle, a man who needs no introduction. An unparalleled encyclopaedia on sport and cricket and never minces. It was a privilege to hear him talk on the happenings in the world of cricket in his own inimitable style laced with a dash of humour. Beautifully combing sport with life!
Source: India to Host First Day-Night Test at Eden Gardens The Indian Cricket Team and the BCCI traditionally have taken time to accept the changing trends in World cricket. Be it the advent of the T-20 format of the game or the DRS, India shied away from them. Even with the latest Day-Night Tests, India [...]
Source: The 4-Day Game: Is that the Future of Test Cricket? As the World Test Championship unfolds, trends are emerging from the longest format of the game of cricket. The five day game has only seen its full schedule used only twice. If any other game has gone into the fifth day, the weather interruptions [...]
Source: The World Test Championship: Will it Bring Back the Crowds? The virtue of patience rules the longest format of the game of cricket. With patience being a diminishing facet of human life, it has drawn the crowds away from Test cricket. In a bid to bring the crowds flocking back to the stadiums to [...]
Source: Surprises Light Up the World Cup 2019 The World Cup was meandering along at a sedate pace with the title contenders India, Australia, New Zealand and England cocooned in the top four, just as expected. The only blip on the horizon was the dismal performance of South Africa at the tournament. But then came [...]
Source: World Cup 2019: A Damp Start and a Few Upsets 10 brilliant teams, 48 matches, 11 iconic grounds! With the heavyweights of international pitted against each other in the initial matches, cricket lovers across the world for salivating for an intense start to the ICC World Cup 2019. Alas, the beginning to the tournament [...]
Source: World Cup 2019: Will India’s Batting Prowess Prove to be Achilles’ Heel? India begins its World Cup campaign tomorrow against South Africa. While India's batting might is considered to be their strength, it has a few chinks in the armour. Will the Indian team plug the holes off before they start their campaign?