Looking back in hindsight to the BBL Final, there are sufficient indicators of performance that suggested Perth Scorchers would win. The margin of the win was not as predictable. With inputs from John Buchanan(buchanancoaching.com) and Keith Lyons(https://keithlyons.me/about/) here is a … Continue reading
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A brief analysis of 6th edition of Big Bash League (BBL). At end of 22nd game two teams are at top of the table assured of a place in last four. They are Brisbane Head and Sydney Sixers. They are also … Continue reading
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After dominated the first test at Rajkot England had gradual but consistent fall in their performance(bat and bowl). It was their middle order batting that lacked consistency. IF one has to look at their batting partnerships than it was more … Continue reading
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I was watching ladies Big Bash league (WBBL 2), was surprised to watch that no female bowler was touching > 125 Kpm (77.5 mph). In today’s age of technology, where one can enhance their technique, learn new skills and have … Continue reading
England take on India in India in a 5-Test series. They are the are the fourth non-Asian team to visit Asia this year, and so far all three have not won their respective series. The last non-Asian team to win … Continue reading
Excellent performance by South Africa. It was a marvelous fightback to win by such a huge margin. There is no doubt that Australia’s batting under Steve Smith has been below par in last 4 Tests. Losing all four games. If … Continue reading
Some say batsmen should play for themself as it would help his team to score big and bat deep. However I do not agree to the point if his team is losing control of the situation in a match. I … Continue reading
When you have an inexperienced bowling attack and batting is much stronger in limited overs cricket(50 or 20 overs) than the best way to gain experience(unless the weather/surface is skewed) is to bowl second and defend a target. Once the … Continue reading
As Australia take on South Africa in a 3-Test series at home. It would be test of leadership skills for their captain Steve Smith. South Africa will be riding high on their success after a thumping win in the one day … Continue reading
In times when runs are free flowing bowlers are having bad time containing them and picking wickets. Even the host South Africans are not spared by batsmen including in their series against Australia. Below is a snap shot of bowler’s economical … Continue reading
Below table is summary of year-wise result and run-rate(bat/bowl) in one day matches for Australia. This year(2016) their bowling has taken a worst beating as they conceded 5.64 in 27 games. The maximum run-rate ever conceded by Australian bowlers in … Continue reading
After watching two recent test series between Sri Lanka v Australia, and India v New Zealand, i thought batsmen from all 4 teams had problem judging the length of the ball. Here is my view on batting. Batting technique. When … Continue reading
As India once again got reinstated as No.1 Test team, one feels they can maintain this position if they are able to post big score regularly. This can happen if their openers bat with intent !. Hence one feels that … Continue reading