Analysis and opinions on Australian Cricket

India vs Australia 1st Test 2017 scorecard, Pune

India vs Australia 1st Test scorecard 2017

An unintimidating, docile and uncharacteristic Australian side led by Steve Smith, had come to India for a four-Test series, which the No. 1-ranked India were overwhelming favourites to win. As […]

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India and Australia Playing XIs for Pune Test

India vs Australia, Pune Test: The Probable Playing XIs of Both India and Australia

Right, the focus now shifts to Test cricket and the 13th Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which will be competed for by India and Australia from 23rd February. The excitement for IPL auction […]

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IPL Auction 2017: RCB need to search for a new pacer

2017 IPL Player Auction: Steve Smith the New Captain for RPS and Mitchell Starc Quits RCB

Less than 24 hours before the IPL auction 2017, a couple of major announcements have come through from a couple of franchises. The biggest of those is Mitchell Starc and […]

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Mitchell Starc will be one of the keys to Australia's success in India in the 2017 Test series

India vs Australia 2017: Three Keys to Success for Australia in the Upcoming Test Series

The touring Australia are win-less in 11 Tests on Indian soil, with their last Test win in India coming way back in October 2004. They toured India in 2008 (four-Test […]

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Phillip Hughes, 27th November 2014, Sydney, Australia

Phillip Hughes Tragic Death, Two-year Death Anniversary: Does the Problem Lie with the Protective Gear, in this Case a Helmet?

Phillip Hughes, aged 25, died earlier today after he suffered an occupational hazard of getting hit by a cricket ball on Tuesday, which had pushed him to coma.

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Australia v India 2016, Melbourne ODI: Three Things We Learned From India’s Series-deciding Third Defeat Of The Series

India showed little improvement from their defeats in Perth and Brisbane, while Australia once again chased down a big total to win the third ODI at the Melbourne Cricket Ground […]

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England v Australia, Ashes 2015

England v Australia, Ashes 2015: With the Series Level at 1-1, Which Side Has the Upper Hand ahead of the Edgbaston Test?

The Ashes 2015 has seen two one-sided Test matches, with England, the home side, winning the first Test in Cardiff by 169 runs and Australia coming back strongly to win the second Test in Lord’s by a whopping 405 runs. Having come from behind to level the series, will Australia be able to make the most of their gathered momentum in the Edgbaston Test, which starts next Wednesday?

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The Investec Ashes 2015, England vs Australia: What Went Wrong For Australia In Their 169-run Defeat In Cardiff?

England decimated Australia by 169 runs in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff, achieving the result within 4 days and sending out a strong message to the Kangaroos. From Australia’s perspective, what went wrong for them and can they make a comeback at Lord’s?

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