A World Cup that had so much (and could have had so much more) – Rahul Bhattacharya interview

A World Cup that had so much (and could have had so much more) – Rahul Bhattacharya interviewA World Cup that had so much (and could have had so much more) – Rahul Bhattacharya interview

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 We are thrilled to have novelist and cricket writer Rahul Bhattacharya to talk about his experiences from the World Cup. Talking points:  Cricket writing v cricket analysis – and how each is a specialised job Does the BCCI care for what is written about them in the press? The


Extraordinary Australia silence India: World Cup final review

Extraordinary Australia silence India: World Cup final reviewExtraordinary Australia silence India: World Cup final review

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 We review Australia’s incredible win over India in the World Cup final. Talking points:  Australia’s remarkable achievement – and this triumph in comparison to their previous World Cup wins Rohit Sharma’s approach at the start of the innings Virat Kohli and the ability to strike at six an over


Maxwell madness, India’s juggernaut, and a World Cup for Test bowlers

Maxwell madness, India’s juggernaut, and a World Cup for Test bowlersMaxwell madness, India’s juggernaut, and a World Cup for Test bowlers

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 We review two weeks of the World Cup – and chat about Maxwell, Shami, Siraj, Omarzai, Williamson, Shreyas, and much more. Talking points:  Maxwell’s freakish 201* How well did Afghanistan bowl to Maxwell? The curious case of Australia’s batting in this World Cup Are Afghanistan in the same phase


Who will go after India’s bowlers? New Zealand try but fall short

Who will go after India’s bowlers? New Zealand try but fall shortWho will go after India’s bowlers? New Zealand try but fall short

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We review the India v New Zealand match in Dharamshala – and chat about the other themes as the World Cup nears its halfway stage. We also pay our heartfelt tribute to one of India’s greatest cricketers: Bishan Bedi. Talking points:  The poetry of Bishan Bedi – and what he