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Cricket World Cups: A Performance Review

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Cricket has evolved to a completely different level since its inception back in the 19th century. From the Don Bradman era to the rise of the powerhouse of West Indies to the battle of all-rounders between Richard Hadlee, Kapil Dev, Imran Khan and Ian Botham to the modern-day coloured clothed, technology powered T20 era, there has always been a comparison or a debate on how the performances have changed and whether any legend of one era can replicate his performance in another era.

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Pietersen to 'work' on England Return

Kevin Pietersen says he will work on a possible return to the England side.

The Batsman, 34,  was sacked in February 2014 but was given hope that he might be able to return to the team in future by England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves. 265 more words

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England's Time for Plan B

‘Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results’

Albert Einstein

The England cricket team may want to have a look at this quote to determine how they should go about trying to win this world cup. 846 more words

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The Evils of Social Media

To those of you already on Twitter or know some friend on Twitter will understand the addiction that Twitter is. Twitter if it has to be described in one sentence is an unabridged direct feed of people around the world, talking to themselves. 447 more words

Match Preview: South Africa v Ireland

Irish must dismiss De Villiers early to win

By Don McDermott

The intriguing matchups of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup will continue tomorrow when South Africa and Ireland face off in what could be a classic battle. 443 more words

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Talent and experience needed to give England the right Ballance

Gary Ballance is in the firing line.
He’s a Test batsman squeezed into a one day line-up because he scored some runs in the five day format last summer. 509 more words

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