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Kohli goes behind enemy lines to prepare for England clash

    Kohli goes behind enemy lines to prepare for England clash

Kohli goes behind enemy lines to prepare for England clash

Those who get to the top of any industry are the ones that are never truly satisfied with their own personal performance. They have a burning desire that runs deep

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    Three-Way Tie Among Favourites for ICC Cricket World Cup

Three-Way Tie Among Favourites for ICC Cricket World Cup

The 2019 Cricket World Cup might seem a long way off at the moment, with most of the cricketing world more concerned with who has been tampering with balls than

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    Tempers Simmer Under the Durban Sun

Tempers Simmer Under the Durban Sun

Sledging has become part and parcel of test cricket. Whenever the top test nations compete, there are always a few words exchanged. It adds to the contest and stirs up

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Who Does the Line Belong To?

  Who Does the Line Belong To?

It is often said that the line belongs to the umpire. That is in reference to decisions that are made

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Would A Ben Stokes Call-Up Save The Ashes For England?

  Would A Ben Stokes Call-Up Save The Ashes For England?

When the England Cricket Board suspended Ben Stokes ahead of the Ashes, hundreds of fans responded by backing Australia to

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The Ashes: Why Australia Will Win the First Test

  The Ashes: Why Australia Will Win the First Test

We’re now less than two weeks away from the first Test match of the 2017-18 Ashes series and cricket fans

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Five Reasons Australia Have The Edge Going Into The Ashes

  Five Reasons Australia Have The Edge Going Into The Ashes

The countdown is on to the most eagerly anticipated event of the cricketing calendar as the 2017/18 Ashes series begins

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Australia Must Pass Spin Test in Bangladesh

  Australia Must Pass Spin Test in Bangladesh

Cricket Australia and the Australia players put their differences aside following a tumultuous dispute over contracts to ensure the Baggy

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Would India’s 1983 side beat its 2011 counterpart?

  Would India’s 1983 side beat its 2011 counterpart?

India’s 2011 world cup success was the second in the national side’s history. India are currently joint-second with the West

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