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hitchhike-thru-7-ODIs for Dummies

A blog by Donthaveaclue The test series done, it’s business-as-usual in India as a seven-match ODI series kicks off and before you know it, the home-team is two-nil ahead. For as long as I remember, there have been two versions of the English team. One, that could be mistaken to be almost competitive against most […]

On Eng vs Sco, and other Test v. Associate ODIs

  England v Scotland: Just recently the second of a number of one off One Day Internationals between England and her Associate neighbours (The first being a 50 odd run win for the English against Ireland in 2006) was played in Edinburgh, with steady rainfall eventually putting paid to any hopes of a result with […]

does it not rain in Dubai?

A blog by Â(c)hinaman: One day Internationals matches started in January 1971. As far as I remember, it has rained, somewhere on earth, every year since. ICC regulation 15.1 Today, ICC decided to amend its Regulation 15.1. It now reads: “The duration of the interval shall be agreed mutually by the umpires and both captains […]

More than another meaningless ODI series

    A look at Ireland’s tour to Bangladesh When Ireland rock up in Bangladesh later this month to engage the world’s lowest ranked Test team in a series of 3 ODI matches not may people will take much attention to the action on the field fro various reasons including that their will be the […]

The New World cup Format: What it means for the little guys

Come the 14th of March the ICC will meet to discuss among other things the recommendations for the 2011 Cricket World Cup (The 50 over one) and what should be done to preventing it degenerating into the sort of farce that we were all forced to endure in the West Indies last year. Among the […]

20/20 into 50/50…does it go?

  While we are wondering the whys of the team selection, reading across the cricket news sites, we can see the hows. Dada, (belated) sorry: One-day old order changeth, unceremoniously LOKENDRA PRATAP SAHI Perth, Jan. 20: Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indiaâ?(tm)s ODI and Twenty20 captain, has got the team of his choice and thereâ?(tm)s no place […]

2007 review: Kenya – by Andruid

The Good, The Bad, and The Downright Ugly Its been another relatively eventful year in Kenyan cricket where the National team managed to play a total of 17 One Day Internationals four First Class matches and a further four T20 Internationals (5 if you count the game against Uganda) and while off pitch drama between […]