Since we are bored from lack of cricket these days, and still hung-over over the latest SL triumph! (yes!
Since All-Time XIs or Dream XIs are the talk of the town these days with the announcement of Wisden All Time XI, here is a look at who would feature in my ALL TIME XI:
After the latest heroics of James Faulker to take Australia home against India, I had a look at the Top 10 most expensive overs of One International cricket. Turns out Faulkner is the latest to reach the 30-run mark within an over in ODIs and 10th batsman to do so.
He wasn't the most elagnant, nor wasn't the most charismatic, nor wasn't the most desctructive........., but what set him apart from the rest was he
When Sri Lankan cricket team arrived in UK for the Champions Trophy 2013, they were faced with challenges 'off the field' which none of the other teams had to go through.
Reports are coming in stating that, new selection panel headed by Sanath Jayasuriya has named Angelo Mathews captain in Test matches and ODIs,while Dinesh Chandimal will lead SL in T20s.....
So for the second time an IPL captain and a Sri Lankan player offered to "sit out" a match in order to make way for another player and give better "team balance" to the team in the semi finals of CLT20, Daredevils vs Lions. Jayawardene was the second Sri Lankan player do so. First being Kumar Sangakkara, when he offered to "sit out" in more than one game when he was captaining Deccan Chargers.
Since the first ever ODI World Cup was played in 1975...........
Ex-English wicketkeeper-batsman has reveiled that he's got sledged really badly during the last super-six game against Sri Lanka in the 2007 Wrold Cup in West Indies.
Shahid Afridi was originally supposed to be the icon player for Nagenahira but all the franchises wanted to make sure their icon players were available throughout the tournament.
When the word “consistency” gets thrown around in the cricketing circle, the first thing that comes to one’s mind is 50+ batting averages or sub-30 bowling averages, but is that enough?