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Where Now for India’s Test Side?

England duly wrapped up their 4-0 series defeat of India at the Oval, the thirteenth time in Test history that a four (or more) match series has ended in a whitewash. For India, who came into the series as world … Continue reading

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The Rhythm of Cricket

I think it’s becoming increasingly clear to anyone who watches cricket that Alastair Cook will, barring accidents, become one of the great English – and perhaps world – batsmen. He’s no Sehwag, he’s no Lara, he’s no Hayden – I … Continue reading

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Norm on Cricket

One of Britain’s most articulate and thoughtful of bloggers, the academic Norman Geras, points out here that England and Australia’s Ashes rivalry is just that – Ashes rivalry, whereas India v Pakistan is nationalistic, religious, political: one of the great … Continue reading

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Re:Postings

Jemma and I are busy – something going off on Saturday or other – so no time to write anything, literally, at all. However, I thought I would re-post some TTD posts cricketwise, on the basis that my pessimism turned … Continue reading

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