‘You little beauty’ – the 1996 World Cup

‘You little beauty’ – the 1996 World Cup‘You little beauty’ – the 1996 World Cup

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In the latest 81allout podcast we rewind to the World Cup in 1996 – when Sri Lanka refused to be beaten. We remember Brian Lara’s exquisite strokeplay, Aravinda de Silva’s mastery, Tendulkar’s magic with a sponsor-less bat, Jayasuriya reducing medium-pacers to offspinners, Paul Strang’s wizardry and Ambrose getting stumps to


An Asian coup, an Australian heist – the 1987 World Cup

An Asian coup, an Australian heist – the 1987 World CupAn Asian coup, an Australian heist – the 1987 World Cup

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In the latest 81allout podcast we rewind to the World Cup in 1987 – when Australia pulled off a sensational triumph. We talk about Allan Lamb taking on Courtney Walsh in Gujranwala, Gavaskar scorching a hundred, Dave Houghton blasting 142, Navjot “Sixer” Sidhu clattering the big ones, Gooch sweeping India


The World Cup that changed (almost) everything

The World Cup that changed (almost) everythingThe World Cup that changed (almost) everything

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In the latest 81allout podcast we rewind to one of the mostly fondly remembered World Cups – from 1992. Why is this such a beloved tournament? Has there been a better collection of cricket jerseys at one event? We talk about Mark Greatbatch’s sixes, Martin Crowe’s innovative tactics, Srikkanth’s duck


‘Bangladesh don’t have the habit of chasing 300-plus scores’

‘Bangladesh don’t have the habit of chasing 300-plus scores’‘Bangladesh don’t have the habit of chasing 300-plus scores’

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In the latest episode of the 81allout podcast, we are delighted to be joined by ESPNcricinfo’s Bangladesh correspondent Mohammad Isam. Isam opens up about the terrorist attack in Christchurch, and how it has offered him a new perspective towards cricket. We go on to talk about Bangladesh’s squad for the