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Can Sri Lanka taste World Cup success in the face of turmoil?

a href=”http://www.thearmchaircritic.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/734990-21204568-1600-900.jpg”> On the 3rd of March, 2009, when around a dozen of gunmen ambushed the Sri Lankan bus in Lahore and started sending a hail of bullets towards the team bus causing all the players on board to hit… Continue Reading →

Tailless England and an ailing Sri Lankan tail

Sri Lanka’s woes in Tests have been manifolds, from an ever-changing opening combo to the always-feeble new bowl pair. Vaas’s retirement connived a dearth of fast bowling options. Just when Malinga, Kulasekara and Thushara made it look potent, Murali’s retirement… Continue Reading →

BCCI's bait for BCB

When BCCI set out on its hunt to conquer the helm of the body that governs world Cricket, it used threat at both ECB and CA to make them a part of their conspiracy, and incentives to have the endorsement … Continue Reading →

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