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Strange Dismissals in Cricket as of 2021 – Test and ODI Matches

Some dismissals defy belief and will forever be remembered for the bizarre way in which the batter in question managed to get out. 5 Strange Dismissals in Test Cricket 1. Michael Vaughan, England Dismissal: Handled the Ball Match: 3rd Test against India at Bengaluru, 2001 Future England captain Michael Vaughan was entering his best period …

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Batting Strike Rate in Cricket: Highest Strike Rate in ODI and T20

Batting Strike Rate in Cricket: Highest Strike Rate in ODI and T20

In modern cricket, with its distinct limited overs formats, the issue of strike rate is one that has become increasingly important. A high strike rate makes a batsman more valuable to their team and it’s also likely to attract the attention of high-paying global franchises. What is the Batting Strike Rate? A strike rate is …

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What is Bodyline Bowling – The Story of the 1932/33 Ashes Series

Ashes contests between England and Australia have often been fiery affairs but nothing has come close to the 1932/33 series down under. Hostile, intimidatory bowling from the English attack led to some serious ill feeling which is still discussed over 85 years later. What is Bodyline Bowling? Bodyline is also known as leg theory and …

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15 Unbelievable Catches in Cricket History – Best Catches Up to 2021

Catches win matches and we’ve seen some incredible grabs by cricketers over the years but which have been the best in the history of the game? The Most Catches in ODI as a Fielder 15 Best Catches in Cricket History 1. Ben Stokes vs South Africa (ICC Cricket World Cup 2019) The fielder, himself, admitted …

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