We are heading towards final leg of the ongoing Border Gavaskar Trophy in Brisbane. The venue “Gabba” is a Fortress for the Australian Cricket Team. They have an absolutely amazing unbeaten record in the past decade in 9 games played. At an overall level out of 62 games played, Australia have emerged victorious on 40… Continue reading Will Gabba remain Fortress this time?
Tail-end batsmen often known as 9,10 & Jack & can often provide a stubborn resistance. Generally the Stubborn type of Tail enders can require extremely hard yards to be dislodged which require absolutely solid shoes something as mentioned below. https://amzn.to/3nVNHEP The Indian bowling attack outside of India has found extremely difficult to dislodging tail enders… Continue reading Tail-end Wicket’s Frustrating wait
There is an old saying in Test match batting that you need make hay when the sun shines. The first batting opportunity that you get needs to be cashed in. The batting Team needs to ensure that you lay a solid foundation/platform for the team’s ultimate goal to victory. On most of the occasions, you… Continue reading Border-Gavaskar Series 1st Inn. Century Conversion
When you think of Australian bowling conditions, you often think of Pace, bounce, fury & carry. However what you do forget or sideline is the role of Spin in these conditions. Ian Chappell former Australian cricketer and current commentator, Shane Warne, legendary leg spinner and current commentator have mentioned many a times that extra bounce… Continue reading Role of Spin in Aussie Conditions- Nathan Lyon
While the Australia vs. India ODI series is underway, the Indian batting has come under tremendous pressure with massive run chases. Also with expectations to post big totals with a slightly under-performing bowling attack. India’s Top order (Top 3) At on overall-sense India’s Top 3 is the best in the World. Since the best part… Continue reading Indian ODI Batting-Middle overs Boundary Frequency & Top Order Big innings on Aussie Soil Last 2 years
There has been a lot of discussions and debates on Indian Team management’s bowling strategy in the last few days. While the ongoing ODI series vs. Australia has been going on, there has been lot of criticism on the approach and the mindset of the way the playing eleven has been selected. Most of it… Continue reading Should R Jadeja be Indian ODI’s 5th or 6th Bowler?