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WBBL live stream: How to watch the Women’s Big Bash League online or on...

The WBBL is back for a third year, and the 2017-18 season is set to be bigger and better than ever.

Funny game, cricket – but Steve Smith isn’t laughing

Australian captain Steve Smith was looking forward to his milestone of 100 ODIs overnight, but the second loss to India killed any celebrations.

India vs Australia: ODI series preview and prediction

Australia might have the Ashes on the mind, but they will make a pit-stop on the way home from Bangladesh with a long limited overs tour of India on the cards.

Haddin in as new fielding coach for Australia

Australia’s new fielding coach Brad Haddin wants his side to reach the lofty standards set by Andrew Symonds and Ricky Ponting. Haddin, who has pursued a coaching career since retiring in 2015, will serve as one of coach Darren Lehmann’s assistants

2017-18 Sheffield Shield preview and predictions

With the cricket season already upon us, it is time for a preview of the 2017-18 Sheffield Shield season.

Blast from the past: Married versus Single at Lord’s

The olden days of first-class cricket in England were replete with intriguing and bizarre fixtures, such as One-Legged XI versus One-Armed XI, Smokers versus Non-Smokers and Over 38s versus Under 38s, to name a few. Among these off-beat encounters w

Australia v Bangladesh: Four things I learned

Australia and Bangladesh fought out a vastly entertaining drawn Test series over the past fortnight.

Meet Jhulan Goswami, the best bowler of the 21st century

Her bowling average of 16.62 in Test cricket would put her at No.6 among all bowlers with ten or more matches if she was playing the men’s game. What is even more remarkable is that she has played her Test cricket entirely in the 21st century. Among

Bangladesh could play four spinners against Australia

In Bangladesh’s last home Test series their spinners incredibly took 38 out of 39 wickets. Now Australia look set to face at least four Bangladeshi spinners during the first Test in Dhaka in 12 days’ time. Because quality left arm spinner Shakib Al

What’s wrong with Sri Lankan cricket?

A once proud cricketing nation, Sri Lanka have fallen into a deep abyss and appear powerless to claw their way back from their pathetic plight as the world watches and wonders what has struck them down. Less than a year ago the rebuilding process ap

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