Australian fans certainly won’t be complaining, but some critics say T20 world cup matches can be “won on a coin toss”, such is the apparent advantage of batting second. What to the stats really say?
Racism in cricket means that Black British and British South Asian players are not making it into the elite echelons of the sport.
To kick-start ethical regeneration of Zimbabwean society political leaders need to take the lead in the fight against corrupt and speculative activities.
Kashmiri students were among more than 14 people arrested for celebrating Pakistan’s recent win over India.
It’s important to guard against empty gestures. Taking the knee represents a start. But on its own it won’t bring meaningful change to the lives of black people.
After weeks of uncertainty, the Ashes tour will go on – but the details and difficulties of doing so in the shadow of COVID are yet to be fully realised.
Nine immigrants founded a cricket club in 1934 in Rhodesia. The Sunrise club survives to this day, part of Zimbabwe’s national culture.
Bamboo bats could make cricket more accessible, more sustainable – and more exciting.
Only eight batsmen have achieved the feat, will another join their ranks this May?
The pandemic has meant a lot of content is being provided by clubs and teams – but the media must act as a collective to make sure impartial, balanced reporting is still upheld.
The popularity of cricket is not as dependent on TV broadcasts as you might think.
To overcome seemingly insurmountable odds, sportspeople need to enter a certain state of mind.
Cycling remains a leading example of athletes sacrificing their bodies for sporting glory.
Originally scheduled for March, the IPL 2020 kicks off in the UAE on September 19 with tight coronavirus restrictions.
It’s what batsmen do on the pitch in between a bowler’s delivery that helps make them an expert in the game. They also need routines.
Boris Johnson has called cricket balls a ‘natural vector of disease’, but how would we find the evidence to know if he is correct?
Don’t spit, change out of your kit at home and clean match balls. These are just some of the ways sport is changing as restrictions ease.
Coronavirus has exposed the frailties inherent in the English game.
It takes time for information from our eyes to reach our brains and become part of our conscious experience. So our brains use predictions to make up the delay.
During a recent visit to India, Trump spoke at the world’s largest cricket stadium. Cricket came to India in the 18th century through British sailors and is a revered cultural institution in India.