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5 Cricketers who returned after temporary break
5 Cricketers who returned after temporary break
Players who made a comeback after a bad phase in their career.
IPL 2016: David Warner speaks about Yuvraj's comeback and SRH's qualification chances
IPL 2016: David Warner speaks about Yuvraj's comeback and SRH's qualification chances
Sunrisers skipper believes the mini-break has helped the players immensely.
IPL 2016: Rajat Bhatia opens up about MS Dhoni's captaincy and Pune's injury woes
IPL 2016: Rajat Bhatia opens up about MS Dhoni's captaincy and Pune's injury woes
All-rounder also feels momentum can change constantly in T20s.
5 emergency replacements before a big tournament
5 emergency replacements before a big tournament
Players who were roped in to cover for the injured players before a big tournament or during a big tournament
Rohit Sharma misses practice session while Shikhar Dhawan and MS Dhoni have a hit
Rohit Sharma misses practice session while Shikhar Dhawan and MS Dhoni have a hit
Mood in Indian camp still upbeat despite injuries.
Zimbabwe all-rounder hospitalised after receiving blow on his head
Zimbabwe all-rounder hospitalised after receiving blow on his head
Luke Jongwe who is part of the squad for the ICC World T20 has been cleared by the hospital staff after MRI and X-Ray scans.
5 fast bowlers who could miss the World T20 due to injury
5 fast bowlers who could miss the World T20 due to injury
Currently, a number of top pacers are nursing injuries which could rule them out of the premier T20 event
Aamer Yamin steps in for the injured Anwar Ali to play Zimbabwe ODIs
Aamer Yamin steps in for the injured Anwar Ali to play Zimbabwe ODIs
Uncapped Multan born all-rounder Aamer Yamin has replaced Anwar Ali who has been sidelined from Pakistan's ODI series against Zimbabwe. Pakistan Cricket Board tweeted that the chairman Shahryar Khan had given his assent for the PCB selectors’ decision to pick the young seam bowling all-rounder.
Mohammad Shami's preparation for the upcoming home season, progressing on the right track
Mohammad Shami's preparation for the upcoming home season, progressing on the right track
Mohammed Shami's rehabilitation from a serious knee injury is progressing on the right track. During the Indian team's preparatory camp in Bangalore, Espncricinfo reported that Shami was bowling at full tilt from his usual run-up in the National Cricket Academy nets.
Cricketers who braved injuries and continued to play for their country
Cricketers who braved injuries and continued to play for their country
Injuries have always been a part of the game in cricket or in any other sport. We have seen broken jaws and limbs as a result of players colliding wit ...
Forgotten Hero - Andy Flower
Forgotten Hero - Andy Flower
The only Zimbabwe player in ICC's Top 100 all time test batting rankings at number 31 putting him in the company of legends like Brian Lara (23), Sachin Tendulkar (29) and Rahul Dravid (33).
An encounter with Hrishikesh Kanitkar, India's domestic giant
An encounter with Hrishikesh Kanitkar, India's domestic giant
I had this opportunity to talk to him for a while and was lucky enough to get myself clicked as well. One could see that passion and love for cricket in his eyes.
Have Zimbabwe and Bangladesh come of age?
Have Zimbabwe and Bangladesh come of age?
For any neutral cricket fan following Bangladesh and Zimbabwe play has been like watching a three-hour long movie which keeps going off track and in the end bores its audience.
An ode to fast bowlers - the warhorses of cricket
An ode to fast bowlers - the warhorses of cricket
A brief write up about the fast bowling aspect in Cricket
Why technology could have saved Phillip Hughes's life
Why technology could have saved Phillip Hughes's life
Phil Hughes passes away today at St.Vincent hospital, Sydney after being hit by a bouncer two days ago.
Phil Hughes: You shall be missed.
Phil Hughes: You shall be missed.
Phil Hughes is no longer amidst us. Here is a little tribute to pay our respect to the young champion.
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