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Big Up Bashes Won’t Break The Mould

The many criticisms of the IPL have recently pailed into insignificance by the shoddy show of the Caribbean T20 league, Australia’s bleak ‘Big Bash’ T20 and the impending implosion of the Bangladeshi Premier League. As every proper cricket fan knows … Continue reading

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The Ode To Sidebottom

A left-armed pace bowler is a great asset in T20 competition. In fact, unless you come across an opposition with an obvious weakness against a certain type of bowling (see England looking woeful vs. spin), variety is often a fielding captain’s best … Continue reading

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KP – Not the Wright Decision

It is sometimes suggested that Kevin Pietersen is England’s only player to be recognised worldwide for his T20 exploits. While it is true that of England’s core Test side, he is the only one with a truly high IPL demand, … Continue reading

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T20 Continues to Disappoint

I accept that it was always likely that the current T20 World Cup wouldn’t really kick in until the Super 8 rounds, but to say that the tournament has thus far been drab would be unfair to the numerous other … Continue reading

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