The Controversial PSL Finale

Those who are calling for the international boards around the world to agree for the tour of Pakistan on the basis of the fact that no casualties occurred during the PSL finale are just being illogical and nothing else. There is a difference between one match and the whole tour. The number of soldiers that were placed on duty in Lahore on that particular day, will it be possible for the Pakistani government to offer the services of as many soldiers on every day of the tour of an international team? An international tour is generally longer than a month, Read More


Australian team rolled down to No.8 ranking

For the first time in many, many years, an Australian team is at no. 8 in the World rankings while walking into a World tournament. Yes, can you believe it? The men in yellow at this point of time are the 8th ranked team in the world in twenty 20 format. Well, their fans might say they don’t often appear in the international twenty 20 games and instead play more of the other formats of the game and that’s actually right. But, what’s also right is that whenever Australia plays the twenty 20 games at the international level, they don’t Read More


Michael Hussey is back in the Chennai Super Kings

Michael Hussey is back in the Chennai Super Kings squad, but, he is not getting the games. The Yellow Brigade has already played 4 games in the ongoing Indian Premier League and Hussey is yet to feature. It was said that Hussey might be preferred in the playing XI over Dwayne Smith, but, the Super Kings has shown the faith in Smith so far and rightly so as the Caribbean batsman had had an immensely successful time the previous season. In the recent times particularly after the players’ auctions in 2014, CSK’s strategy has been to go hard from both Read More



Hussey Struggling with Chennai Heat

Veteran Aussie cricketer Michael Hussey who plays for the Indian Premier League side the Chennai Super Kings has admitted that he has been struggling a lot with the heat and humidity of Chennai. The left handed batsman from Western Australia, who has often been dubbed as Mr. Australian Cricket arrived in Chennai to play for the two time defending champions, led by the Indian Cricket Team skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was on duty for his national team in the West Indies and so joined the team late and having not had any time to get accustomed to the weather in Read More



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