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Cricketing Legends

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How to manage leggies in Asia Scott Oliver: Imran Tahir, Adil Rashid and Yasir Shah need to work the angles, while their captains need to be assertive in attack and in defence 'To play big shots, you need a stable base' Ask the Insider: Aakash ...

Imran Khan

Few would dispute that Imran was the finest cricketer Pakistan has produced, or the biggest heartthrob. Suave, erudite and monstrously talented, he gave cricket in the subcontinent real sex appeal in the 1970s and 1980s. As such he and TV complete...

Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponting, the most uncompromising player of his generation, grew into Australia's most successful run-maker and only sits below Bradman in the country's overall ratings. It takes an extremely critical eye to diminish his run-scoring achieveme...

Shane Warne

In a nutshell Warne brought legspin out from a dusty closet and made it fashionable again. A charismatic, spectacular performer who made as headlines on the field and off it, he finished second-best to Muttiah Muralitharan in the Test wickets stak...

Muttiah Muralitharan

Perhaps no cricketer since Douglas Jardine has polarised opinion quite like Muttiah Muralitharan. For the believers, he's among the greatest to ever spin a ball. For the doubters, he's a charlatan undeserving of the game's greatest records, respon...

Dl Vettori Statistics, Dl Vettori Profile, Daniel Luca Vettori Records, New Zealand Cricket Player

Get DL Vettori's ( Daniel Luca Vettori ) complete statistics, Records and profile. Have a glimpse on DL Vettori's ( Daniel Luca Vettori ) ODI, test, twenty20, international records, batting and bowling performance analysis, career statistics, runs...

The Greatest Of Them All

Xoxile, by the way, I hope my application of the Central Limit Theorem is right. Haven't touched stats for a while. If not, then perhaps you can help me clarify. @ZA77 - The following stats are easy to verify with StatsGuru. With Tendulkar in the ...

Brian Lara

The 10th of 11 children, Brian Lara learnt his game at the Harvard Coaching Clinic, where he was enrolled at the age of six, and although at school he played for Trinidad's junior football and table tennis side, it was cricket which really drew hi...

Sir Viv Richards

In a nutshell The man who gave "swagger" new meaning in cricket, Richards was the most destructive batsman of his era, and while there are many with greater records, few could take on, intimidate, and rip to shreds bowling attacks like he did. Mor...

Allan Donald

If the credit for South Africa's success in the modern era could be given to one player, that cricketer would be Allan Donald. A classical action and top-drawer pace would have won him a place in any side in his prime, and for much of his career h...

Geoff Boycott

If ever a defence appeared to be impenetrable it was that of Yorkshireman Geoff Boycott when his mind was set on staying in. The features of his forward stroke were the distance he thrust forward behind a big left pad, how low his head was as he s...

Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid was probably one of the last classical Test match batsmen. His progress into the national side may have been steady and methodical rather than meteoric, but once there, Dravid established himself at the vanguard of a new, defiant gene...

Kumar Sangakkara

As soon as he broke into the side at the age of 22, while a law student, it was apparent that Kumar Sangakkara was destined for more than just batting stardom. The left-handers that had preceded him, like Arjuna Ranatunga and Asanka Gurusinha, had...

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The legends of the gentlemen's game and their achievements in the field of cricket