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If you love cricket then this podcast is for you. Get closer to the game than ever before with the longest running weekly Australian cricket podcast. The show has twice been a finalist in the Australian Podcast Awards and has episodes placed in the National Film & Sound Archive. The podcast is hosted by Andrew Menczel and Gav Joshi. The show features a wide variety of cricket journalists, current players and retired cricket greats. This is must listen for cricket fans. Andrew Menczel (aka Me ...
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Sharp analysis and opinion from the cricket world with Simon Hughes, The Analyst and the BBC's Simon Mann, featuring comment, analysis, interviews with international players and celebrity guests. Find us on the Sport Social website: https://podcast.sport-social.co.uk/podcast/the-analyst-inside-cricket/
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Cricket is great if you're into things like wasted youth, failed relationships, sun damage and broken dreams. A weekly show featuring news, views and interviews with major names from across the cricket scene.
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Cricket for everyone – your friendly guide to the world's strangest sport. Geoff Lemon and Adam Collins combine match analysis with irreverence, politics, interviews and history as they follow the game they love around the world. You can support the show at patreon.com/thefinalword.
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The Following On Podcast is the very best of talkSPORT's cricket output with original programming, features, big name guests and immediate reaction whenever the England cricket team plays. Every Tuesday, 'The Cricket Collective' brings you a world view of the game with Neil Manthorp and Ashes star Steve Harmison. Every single time England play, talkSPORT's Cricket Editor Jon Norman presents the show from the ground shortly after play has finished with a rotating cast of guests. And whenever ...
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‘Broad & Fry’ is the new cricket podcast looking to bounce the unsuspecting listener with a terrific delivery just short of a length. England bowler Stuart Broad has taken the new ball, while experienced broadcaster and actor Stephen Fry will bring his own unique spin on the game. Stuart will tell cricket tales from out in the middle and from a long career of tours and Test matches. While Stephen offers up his encyclopaedic knowledge of the game as well as the enthusiasm of a lifelong fan. E ...
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Imagine a podcast about cricket, and you're halfway there. 'Acclaimed' - Financial Times See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Guardian’s cricket podcast – captained by cricket writer Emma John alongside The Spin team of Guardian sports journalists, cricket-loving comedians and the most interesting cricket fans we can find. Sharing the highs and lows from an epic summer of cricket including the World Cup, The Ashes, T20 Blast, and County Championship. Mixing the sheer pace of journalism with the back-of-the-hand variations of comedy and absurdity. Subscribe so you never miss one
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Are you a cricket fan who wants to hear more about the game's big talking points? The Cricket Podcast is the world's best topical cricket podcast. Covering all cricket including international cricket, Cricket World Cups, the IPL, the Ashes and Test matches. Now with over 500 episodes Jack Hope, Max Rowe-Brown and Ross Legg, provide insight, analysis and humour about all of cricket's major stories. Whether you want to know more about the latest England v Australia Ashes contest, or Virat Kohl ...
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Edges & Sledges is India’s favourite cricket podcast. The podcast focuses on Indian cricket and the IPL. The three hosts are hardcore cricket fans living in Singapore, London and the USA. Edges & Sledges is where they come together to talk about the week’s biggest cricket stories. Edges & Sledges is created and hosted by Ashwin Garg, Dhananjaya Chak (DJ) and Varun Garg. New episodes release every week. Get in touch with Edges & Sledges on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram (@1tip1hand) or email us o ...
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Welcome to The Unplayable Podcast, where we'll be talking all things cricket across Australia and around the world, brought to you by cricket.com.au. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Following On Podcast is the very best of talkSPORT's cricket output with original programming, features, big name guests and immediate reaction whenever the England cricket team plays. Every Tuesday, 'The Cricket Collective' brings you a world view of the game with Neil Manthorp and Ashes star Steve Harmison. Every single time England play, talkSPORT's Cricket Editor Jon Norman presents the show from the ground shortly after play has finished with a rotating cast of guests. And whenever ...
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Cricket in all its glory, from the journalists of The Australian. Find Cricket, Et Cetera in The Australian’s mobile and tablet app. Download The Australian’s app via: Apple App Store | Google Play Store Or listen to Cricket, Et Cetera wherever you get your podcasts.
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Zesty, peppy, clued-in, and with a distinctly subcontinental flavour, Stump Mic is your regular fix of cricket talk on things that matter to you, and things that you didn't know should matter to you. Featuring ESPNcricinfo's top writers and insiders.
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The Cricket Badger chats cricket with top players, coaches, media people and some of the biggest names in the game. With daily podcasts through some of the world's biggest tournaments & series. Contact the show on cricketbadger@hotmail.com, follow us on Twitter @cricket_badger. Thanks for listening.
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Isa Guha and Aatif Nawaz talk cricket with a British-Asian spin. The former England bowler and the Pakistan comedian join forces to take an alternative view on the cricketing issues of the week. They will be joined by guests representing different South Asian communities unified by a love of the game.
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Red Inker is a daily cricket podcast from Jarrod Kimber. Looking at the week in cricket, what topics Jarrod has been obsessing about, a Q&A with some of the smartest fans around, an expert coming on every week to talk about their pet topic, and some great stories from the sport's history.If you love more than just your team but the entire sport of cricket, Red Inker has a daily show to entertain, inform and celebrate your favourite sport.Guests so far have included Harsha Bhogle, Wright Thom ...
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A Pom, an Aussie and two Kiwis walk into a bar ... it’s not a joke, it’s The Top Order, a cricketing podcast where good friends mix their own banter and opinion with extended interviews with some of cricket's most interesting characters from the past and present day.
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This is a podcast series on the history of cricket through the people and moments that made the game. Series 5 is a look at the national teams that could have been. Double Century is a team effort. Jarrod Kimber wrote, produced and narrated this series. Nick McCorriston is our producer (https://twitter.com/soundboy_audio).
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Cricket legend Graeme Swann and Radio 1Xtra DJ Nick Bright lift the lid on the UK’s biggest cricket tournament ever with the untold stories of life as a professional cricketer, entertaining conversations and interviews, and analysis of the summer of cricket. Together with Rubicon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Cricket for everyone – your friendly guide to the world's strangest sport. Geoff Lemon and Adam Collins combine match analysis with irreverence, politics, interviews and history as they follow the game they love around the world. You can support the show at patreon.com/thefinalword.
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Loading... Coming up on today’s show: An upside-down American flag was displayed outside Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's house just after January 6, 2021. Emily Bazelon, staff writer for The New York Times Magazine, co-host of Slate's "Political Gabfest" podcast, Truman Capote fellow for creative writing and law at Yale Law School and author of Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration (Random House, 2019), talks about this act - widely thoug ...
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Some say it’s bigger than football while others believe it’s bigger than religion! The one thing everyone agrees is millions of Asians throughout the world are totally obsessed with the phenomenon called cricket. In Bats Bails & Biriyani, super fan Noreen Khan goes around the wicket as the Cricket World Cup 2019 arrives in England and Wales. Joining her on the team sheet is cricket guru Nikesh Rughani. Each week during the tournament, they bring a fresh team out to chat about the love, the p ...
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We’re in the heart of Bridgetown, Barbados, as England prepare to take on the tournament’s surprise team, USA. Daniel Norcross is joined by Alex Hartley and American cricket journalist Peter Della Penna to look ahead to the match, plus we hear from Harry Brook and USA’s Nitish Kumar. Plus there’s an passing visit from a marching band.…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 22.1: India v Bangladesh After a polished performance against Bangladesh, this increasingly feels like the question – can anyone match India when they are close to their best? What’s certain is they have every base covered and are hitting their high notes at just the right time. Adam and Geoff are back together to review the…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 22.1: India v Bangladesh After a polished performance against Bangladesh, this increasingly feels like the question – can anyone match India when they are close to their best? What’s certain is they have every base covered and are hitting their high notes at just the right time. Adam and Geoff are back together to review the…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 19.2: West Indies v England After England scraped through the group stage and West Indies battered Afghanistan on the same ground two nights prior, the stage was set for some heavy hitting on the first day of the Super 8s. But some parts were not as heavy as anticipated, and the biggest influence might have been down to the …
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 19.2: West Indies v England After England scraped through the group stage and West Indies battered Afghanistan on the same ground two nights prior, the stage was set for some heavy hitting on the first day of the Super 8s. But some parts were not as heavy as anticipated, and the biggest influence might have been down to the …
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 20.1: India v Afghanistan Not everything is going easily for India. Rohit and Kohli are having their troubles at the top. Dube isn’t making an impression. But with Rishabh Pant and Suryakumar Yadav in your side, there is always some fun to be had, and that’s before Jasprit Bumrah comes on. Afghanistan, meanwhile, brought bac…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 20.2, Super 8s, Australia v Bangladesh Bangladesh scraped into the second stage of this tournament after a poor group stage, and had an opportunity to show that they could lift to the next level in Antigua. They didn't do it. Australia, meanwhile, produced one of the most quintessential Australia performances you can imagine…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 20.2, Super 8s, Australia v Bangladesh Bangladesh scraped into the second stage of this tournament after a poor group stage, and had an opportunity to show that they could lift to the next level in Antigua. They didn't do it. Australia, meanwhile, produced one of the most quintessential Australia performances you can imagine…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 20.1: India v Afghanistan Not everything is going easily for India. Rohit and Kohli are having their troubles at the top. Dube isn’t making an impression. But with Rishabh Pant and Suryakumar Yadav in your side, there is always some fun to be had, and that’s before Jasprit Bumrah comes on. Afghanistan, meanwhile, brought bac…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 21.2: West Indies v USA We have seen signs over the last week that the Windies are emerging as one of the biggest contenders for this World Cup, a suggestion that will grow yet further after becoming the first team to beat up the USA. In a first for Final Word Daillies, it's Daniel Norcross as the solo host (blame Ben Jones'…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 21.2: West Indies v USA We have seen signs over the last week that the Windies are emerging as one of the biggest contenders for this World Cup, a suggestion that will grow yet further after becoming the first team to beat up the USA. In a first for Final Word Daillies, it's Daniel Norcross as the solo host (blame Ben Jones'…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 21.1: England v South Africa It was back to Group 2, for the unbeaten South Africans taking on the newly awakened English. Quinton de Kock was a coaled-up train, but the rest of his heavy hitters found it hard to ride along. Jofra Archer was bad, then great, then better. Harry Brook and Liam Livingstone had the game in their…
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2024 T20 World Cup, Day 21.1: England v South Africa It was back to Group 2, for the unbeaten South Africans taking on the newly awakened English. Quinton de Kock was a coaled-up train, but the rest of his heavy hitters found it hard to ride along. Jofra Archer was bad, then great, then better. Harry Brook and Liam Livingstone had the game in their…
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David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd and Jarrod Kimber bring you a short sharp podcast taken from their YouTube show Today the guys discuss why it is that India have underperformed for so long at World Cups If you like what you hear please take the time to leave a 5 star review on the podcast page and follow @cricket_ts on X/Twitter. For even more content head ove…
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David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd and Jarrod Kimber bring you a short sharp podcast taken from their YouTube show Today the guys discuss why it is that India have underperformed for so long at World Cups If you like what you hear please take the time to leave a 5 star review on the podcast page and follow @cricket_ts on X/Twitter. For even more content head ove…
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Tune in as Jarrod answers questions about the World Cup, the Hundred, old Test cricket and South America. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. Jarrod also now has a Buy Me A Coffee link, for those who would prefer to support the shows there: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jarrodkimber. Each …
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Henry Moeran presents reaction to England’s loss in the final-over against South Africa. Henry is joined by Steven Finn and Geoff Lemon to discuss what England must do to improve and stand any chance of going deep into the tournament. Plus, get the post-match thoughts of England captain Jos Buttler and Henry and the team also look at what shape Sou…
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Yas Rana and Lauren Winfield-Hill catch up after a busy week that saw Lauren appointed as captain of Oval Invincibles in The Hundred. They chat about leadership, preview the Charlotte Edwards Cup Finals Day and look ahead to England's series against New Zealand. Later in the show, New Zealand batter Lauren Down joins Katya Witney to discuss her int…
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In this episode of the show, we look back at the first four games of the Super 8 stage at the Men's T20 World Cup, which saw Australia, England, India and South Africa record victories. We start the show by discussing Australia's win against Bangladesh - a game that included a 'Pat trick' as Captain Cummins collected three wickets from three balls …
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Pat Cummins' hat-trick was the highlight on an otherwise uneventful match as the rain got in the way far too often in Antigua. Between the weather breaks, Australia recorded a 28-run win over Bangladesh (thanks to the DLS method) with their bowlers putting in another outstanding display. Plus, there were positive signs from the top order. TUP regul…
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Menners and Charbel review Australia's T20 World Cup Match versus Bangladesh. Subscribe to our YouTube page for live streams: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk7koDKpKxe0e3yC7NXQx6Q Support the show by heading to our Patreon Page Linktree for listening on podcast apps and finding us on social media: https://linktr.ee/cricketunfiltered Show twitter…
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Henry Moeran, Steven Finn and Geoff Lemon look ahead to England's second Super Eights game with South Africa, with Jos Buttler's side looking to build on their impressive display against the West Indies. We hear from Jofra Archer who talks about "giving back" to the England team after his injury problems. And after India started the Super Eights wi…
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Host Meg Wolitzer presents three lively stories about the allure—or not—of summer. Italian writer Massimo Bontempeli creates a magical beach inside an apartment in “The Miraculous Beach, or Prize for Modesty.” The work was translated by Jenny McPhee and is read by Hugh Dancy. Humorist Samantha Irby doesn’t get summer, and presents a contrarian’s vi…
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Simon Hughes is joined by West Indian born former Middlesex express Ricky Elcock to review England's Phil Salt-inspired defeat of the West Indies in the T20 World Cup and to discuss Elcock's later life training in the Caribbean to be Virgin Atlantic's first-ever black pilot. Ricky's fascinating autobiography Balls to Fly is available here - https:/…
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As we are now into the Super 8s at the Men's T20 World Cup, Nikesh Rughani, Jim Maxwell and Sunil Gupta discuss the success of the associate nations. Six out of nine of the associate nations picked up wins and tournament debutants and co-hosts USA have made it to the Super 8s. We look at how this will impact cricket in smaller nations. Plus we ask …
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Henry Moeran, Geoff Lemon and Steven Finn react to England’s convincing 8 wicket win against the West Indies in their first match of the Super 8’s. Hear from Player of the Match Phil Salt, who finished on an unbeaten 87 off 47 balls. There’s also reaction to South Africa’s 18 run victory against the United States.…
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talkSPORT's Cricket Editor Jon Norman, two-time County Championship winner Steve Harmison and Nick Friend from The Cricketer Mag talk about one of the greatest of all catches, round up the Vitality Blast and look ahead to the return of the County Championship If you like what you hear please take the time to leave a 5 star review on the podcast pag…
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talkSPORT's Cricket Editor Jon Norman, two-time County Championship winner Steve Harmison and Nick Friend from The Cricketer Mag talk about one of the greatest of all catches, round up the Vitality Blast and look ahead to the return of the County Championship If you like what you hear please take the time to leave a 5 star review on the podcast pag…
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- Nord VPN Link: https://nordvpn.com/kimber Behram and Jarrod put on their cricket nerd hats and extensively discuss the leg byes that Bangladesh missed out on in the loss vs South Africa in the T20 World Cup, diving deep into the root cause of the loophole, and what could potentially be done to eradicate it. - To support the podcast please go to o…
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T20 World Cup Daily, 2024, Day 19.1: South Africa v USA The Americans are the story of this tournament. And sure, they weren't good enough to get over the Proteas at Antigua to begin this Super 8s stage, but they came ever so close, showing again why they really do belong at this level. Bharat Sundaresan was at the game and he's with Adam Collins. …
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T20 World Cup Daily, 2024, Day 19.1: South Africa v USA The Americans are the story of this tournament. And sure, they weren't good enough to get over the Proteas at Antigua to begin this Super 8s stage, but they came ever so close, showing again why they really do belong at this level. Bharat Sundaresan was at the game and he's with Adam Collins. …
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Between Texas, Florida and New York, how did USA react to the men's T20 World Cup? What was the vibe like for India vs Pakistan in Nassau County (compared to the MCG)? Who is really the audience for cricket in America? Sid Monga, who is traveling to cover the tournament in the US and the West Indies, joins Kaustubh Kumar to answer these questions a…
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England managed to sneak through to the T20 World Cup Super 8s stage. They will be joined by India, USA, Australia, Afghanistan, West Indies, South Africa and Bangladesh for this stage of the T20 World Cup. How much of a comeback was it for England to acieve this, are they still one of the favourites? Head to Serious Cricket to find your cricket ge…
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Dressed by our mates @BudgySmuggler After 40 games, we now have 8 teams. With Higgos in the air, Gideon Haigh joins as guest host and runs the rule over Japanese Onsens, Mother Cricket, Ellis versus Bush Horse and Super 8s scenarios. Has Gary Kirsten delivered the spray Pakistan needed? And as a man of sport and letters, what’s the best spray Gideo…
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Henry Moeran, Steven Finn and Geoff Lemon are on a beach in St Lucia to look ahead to the Super Eights stage of the men's T20 World Cup. Hear from Reece Topley on England's mentality after coming close to going out of the tournament, as well as the influence of his parents at the tournament. Caribbean broadcaster Joel Manning joins the pod to discu…
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Jarrod and Behram unfold all the drama surrounding cricket off the field, over the course of last week, including Hazlewood's comment of purposely knocking England out of the T20 World Cup, retirements in men's cricket, and the criticism Lauderhill as a venue has received for its lack of facilities and preparedness. - To support the podcast please …
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Cat and Dan are back to cover the highlights from the last week of cricket. Topics include: Ice cold Meg Lanning Australia World Cup trolling of England The rest of the T20 World Cup Plus, another thrilling Muller Award Subscribe to Dan's newsletter at newsletter.liebcricket.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Four games, four wins for Australia and a key reason for that record is allrounder Marcus Stoinis. As the Aussies return to Antigua to commence the Super Eight stage of the T20 World Cup, Stoinis joins the Unplayable Podcast to chat about his bumper start to the T20 World Cup, sweeping, eating, pitch reading - and even offer some journalistic advic…
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T20 World Cup Daily, 2024, Day 18: West Indies v Afghanistan It was all about the flexing in the final group game in St Lucia, as West Indies' top order created mayhem through the first six overs, Nicholas Pooran did more at the end, and Gulbadin Naib tried to match them with his wardrobe choices. A high-octane night in front of a sensationally ani…
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T20 World Cup Daily, 2024, Day 18: West Indies v Afghanistan It was all about the flexing in the final group game in St Lucia, as West Indies' top order created mayhem through the first six overs, Nicholas Pooran did more at the end, and Gulbadin Naib tried to match them with his wardrobe choices. A high-octane night in front of a sensationally ani…
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In this episode of the show, we look back at the final group games at the T20 World Cup, which saw the USA qualify for the next round and the Black Caps limp out of the tournament. We also look ahead to the Super 8 phase, previewing the two groups and the chances of heavy hitters like India, Australia, England and South Africa, as well as the two h…
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