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Satire: Test cricket announces retirement

Bye Bye Test cricket! In a shocking revelation Test cricket, one of the three formats in cricket has announced that it has decided to hang its boots. Test cricket is the oldest format in cricket, having made its debut in… Continue Reading →

Why the 5-bowler strategy is the way to go for India in Test cricket

India should play 5 bowlers in Test cricket on a consistent basis going forward A kingdom that has ambitions of turning itself into an empire has the obligation of pumping oxygen into its offense than splurging the resources to strengthen… Continue Reading →

Who is the greatest match-winner in Tests among current batsmen?

It is a well-established fact that Test matches cannot be won alone. You need contribution from batsmen, bowlers and fielders alike. Hence, calling a batsman a match-winner in Tests might be a little pretentious. But if you explore the statistics of certain… Continue Reading →

Why the 5-bowler strategy is the way to go for India in Test cricket

A kingdom that has ambitions of turning itself into an empire has the obligation of pumping oxygen into its offense than splurging the resources to strengthen its defense. Indian cricket, now, is at an important juncture. They have two ways… Continue Reading →

Mahela's Top Ten Test Innings

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Sanga vs. Sachin in Tests -A Statistical Analysis

Click here to download the excel file on the comparison: a href=”http://localhost/tac/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Sanga-vs-Sachin.xls”>Sanga vs Sachin World Cricket has produced a lot of elite stroke makers in its history spanning across 3 centuries. Out of the many debates pertaining to test batting in… Continue Reading →

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