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Betting on Cricket has become increasingly popular in recent years, particularly with the advent of the Betting exchanges, making it easy for punters to sell runs on a weak batting side, or buy runs from a strong batting side. Traditional cricket betting remains strong however, with strong markets on Overall winner, Top Bowler, Top Batsmen.

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Why journalism matters: Robson Sharuko, the punchline of Harare

March 10, 2015
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In the UK there are a lot of things that we take for granted, from the relatively open and honest democratic system to being able to drink the water than comes out of the taps, but in a land where Robbie Savage, Garth Crooks and Danny Murphy ply their trade as pundits it comes as a surprise to this writer to find himself thankful for the quality of journalism that […]

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CWC2015 Update

March 4, 2015
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So far the Cricket World Cup in Australia has taught us a few things, the most emphatic of which has been that England are utter pony when it comes to the 50-over version of the sport, much to the delight of the writers assigned to follow them and report on their ‘progress’. Giving English cricket a good kicking is practically a trade in itself these days across various media platforms, […]

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Those ICC Cricket World Cup woes

February 15, 2015
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Tough as it can be in the modern sporting world to work out what matters and what is just a cheap imitation, there are certain clues the average sleuth can use to uncover the truth. In boxing, for example, any belt someone like David Haye or Derek Chisora can win is probably worth about as much as Fred Talbot’s signature, while in the world of football the same is generally […]

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What can cricket learn from Phil Hughes, feat Aggers?

January 14, 2015
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We’ve had a little bit of debate this week in the world of cricket about atmosphere, sledging and the tertiary effect that element of the game can have on the way things unfold between the stumps, most notably started by the ever-concerned Jonathan Agnew. In the wake of the death of Phil Hughes there was a lot of conversation about what could be done to make the game safer in […]

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Hello Eoin! Come on down…

December 20, 2014
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The trials and tribulations of Alastair Cook and the England One-Day side came to an abrupt, but not unexpected end this week with the Test captain relieved of his duties in favour of Eoin Morgan, albeit far later than some of the watching press thought was correct. Although Cook’s time as ODI captain has been dotted with blandishments and abuse from the stalls, he carried himself with the grace and […]

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Growing up in cricket

December 3, 2014
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This morning, as the news of the day flashed across the screen and this writer finally gave up trying to understand non-sporting information until more tea and bacon had been consumed, there was a chance to watch the repeated interview of Kevin Pietersen on Clare Balding’s BT Sport show, followed by trying to digest the touching images from the funeral of Phillip Hughes down in Australia. Held in Macksville, New […]

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