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Keep Kuldeep Yadav under wraps, warns Paul Adams

The veteran left-arm wrist spinner talks about the India prodigy

Top 5 Amazing Catches of IPL 2018

There have been some stand-out catches made in the IPL this year

Jos Buttler’s time to shine in the Test arena has come

Derek Pringle reacts to Jos Buttler’s selection for England’s Test squad to play Pakistan

South Africa’s new Global T20 League risks falling into disrepair

South Africa Cricketers’ Association calls for clarification on where postponement leaves players

Allan Donald: England man Woakes can be one of the best!

By Richard Edwards Allan Donald is backing Chris Woakes to use his stint in the Indian Premier League as a springboard to becoming one of the world’s top all-rounders. The pair worked together at Edgbaston until Donald left Warwickshire in the summer of 2009 and the former South African great tells The Cricket Paper that […]

10 for IPL 10: The forgotten men of the Indian Premier League

Over the previous nine years, we’ve seen some of the world’s greatest cricketers head to India for two months of toil while others, didn’t leave quite such an indelible mark.

Sam is happy to follow IPL route to top Billings

By Francis Kelly Sam Billings was completing his first year of A-Levels when the inaugural Indian Premier League tournament began. He never thought at the time that he’d go on to play in the competition, and he still had doubts there would be a game waiting for him after being picked up by the Delhi […]

Where are they now? Lancashire – Benson and Hedges Cup winners 1995

By Neil Fissler WARREN HEGG believes that it will remain one of cricket’s great mysteries why Lancashire weren’t crowned County Champions in the 1990s. Between 1990 and 1999 Lancashire had an impressive haul of trophies; three NatWest crowns, two Sunday League titles and three Benson & Hedges Cups. But it wasn’t until 2011 that they […]

Trevor Bayliss named as England’s new head coach

Bayliss will take up his new role in June and will have Paul Farbrace as his assistant.

Manthorp column: South Africa the last domino to fall as T20 cricket falls to global cash moguls

(Photo: Lee Warren/Gallo Images/Getty Images) By Neil Manthorp It wasn’t necessary to watch South Africa’s insipid performance in the first T20 on Wednesday to know they aren’t very good at the format. Their record over the last decade could have told you that. Despite such luminaries as AB de Villiers there isn’t a great deal […]

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