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Top Cricket Blogs

For the Cricket fanatic, here are a list of top cricket blogs to follow.

AGB Cricket

"Right": There is every chance Clarke's success at five will not be replicated at four; a sentiment no doubt echoed here at AGB Towers. Gideon touches wood: Clarke has attained such a pitch of batting proficiency that there seems little reason he cannot make a fist of No 4.

Against the Spin | A blog on cricket statistics

I don't think I am alone in saying that I would much rather watch an absolute batting capitulation for a double digit score, or a wanton 400+ run fest, than a game like this, headed for mediocrity within the first hour itself.

Different Strokes | Cricket Blogs | ESPN Cricinfo

Cricket blogs from across the cricketing world

The Surfer | Cricket Blogs | ESPN Cricinfo

IPL 2013 The Hindu laments about India's current spot-fixing crisis and how, no matter what the BCCI has stated, the game has lost its credibility in India. This is a systemic problem that has been prevalent for some time, but has duly been ignored by the BCCI as they continue to wring as much money as possible from the game through outlets such as the IPL. - The Independent Voice of West Indies Cricket

Caribbean Premiere League today launched their official Anthem: How We Play!, a dance song which will have T20 cricket fans jumping, Caribbean style. How We Play!, written and produced by Trinidad's Marlon Chen of MRI and Precision Productions, features two of the region's hottest artists‚ Kes (Trinidad & Tobago) and Konshens (Jamaica), like you've never heard them before.

The Wicket Post

Opinions, thoughts, and comments on the game where you hit a red leather cherry with a piece of willow.

Cricket = Action = Art

Over two thousand posts and not a single conviction! Most cricket blogs are about the banter. This one aims to be brief on comment but strong on images. The images are sourced from many places and are subject to a tweak or two by Photoshop.

Cricket Minded

AB De Villiers,Chris Martin,Dale Steyn,Daniel Vettori,Graeme Smith,Hashim Amla,Jacques Kallis,Mark Boucher,New Zealand,Sanath Jayasuriya,South Africa,Sri Lanka

Doosra Redux

This is the text of my speech at the Wisden India launch. Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, First of all, I'd like you to bear with you in case I slip up. I'm so used to being on the other side of the microphone, asking questions. This is very much a new experience.

Ducking Beamers: A Cricket Blog

Examining the Cricket World -- With Adequate Protection, Of Course

Eye on Cricket

sole cause of the attack, but all I meant to say was the news made it seem very likely alcohol was causally implicated in the attack on Ryder, that it was a contributing factor. (Note my use of 'likely'; I will return to this soon enough.)

Harris Sportsthoughts

I've put down some words of advice for nervous London Marathon runners. It's so indispensable it will probably be read out over a loudspeaker on the start line on Sunday. Regular readers will recognize it as a amalgamated revival of some posts I wrote a year ago.

Chinese Cut

Change is the only thing that is permanent in life. We've changed our blog domain name from to Why was this required? This blog started off in March 2008 as an online journal for my personal thoughts and opinions. It had non-cricket content too then.

Are you a left-arm Chinaman?

I guess about 12. Of course, we all appreciate the subtle nuances between differing grades. So, there is no need to explain this to anyone. We'll just continue mentioning it as if it has meaning, as if you understood and as if I wasn't a pontificating twat.

Indian Cricket Unleashed

The Indian team won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 4-0 today at Delhi, thanks to a combination of decent spin bowling (enhanced by the doctored pitches) as well as mediocre batting from the inexperienced bunch of Oz batsmen. Throughout the series, the Australian players reaffirmed everyone that this experience will help them in latter series that they will play in their career.




The very best in any walk of life make it look effortless, natural, easy - think of David Gower's cover drive, of Viv Richards' walk to the crease, of Michael Holding... well, just being Michael Holding. But there's always an exception to every rule, and the great exception to this one is the early season county cricket fan.

Paddle Sweep

This might be one of the last blogs to appear on this 'dark' day in cricket, but it certainly wants to make a point. There has been a lot of chatter about how people should not get worked up as this was 'just' spot fixing and not match fixing.

~ Play For Country Not For Self ~

A cricket blog from Germany


Sarah Ansell Sports Photography

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Bigamy, Bhutan and Bedser | The Spin | Sport's weekly glance at the world of cricket EXCUSES, EXCUSES 'No EXCUSES'. Caveat traditionally appended to list of explanations for defeat/poor performance. Typically preceded by 'but I/we can have' in a form of usage akin to the non-sporting phrase 'I don't mean to be rude but...'

Boundary Conditions

An excerpt from "Nightwatchman, for a Night", published in "The Best of Indian Sports Writing", an anthology of Indian sports writing: The K.S.C.A stadium had materialized magically - almost overnight - in my life. Growing up in South Bangalore, the part of the city it is located in was almost an alternate universe to us back then.


"Out at dinner with @StuartBroad8 @MattPrior13 @Swannyg66 and @joeroot05 Aqua Kyoto. Staring down the barrel of a heavy Roulette Bill #CCR" tweets Tim Bresnan. Watch out then Tim - the host of Play Your Cards Right is with you... Obviously this is the season of the Superheroes.

Test Match Sofa - The Alternative Cricket Commentary

Test Match Sofa - the alternative cricket commentary. This is up to the minute ball by ball coverage by cricket fans, for cricket fans. - welcome to test match sofa.