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Jarrod Kimber and Firdose Moonda delve into South Africa's incredible run at the 2017 Women's World Cup and look at how contracts and a full-time coaching staff have helped them get this far
Jarrod Kimber and former England cricketer Ebony Rainford-Brent discuss South Africa's spirited performance in the semi-final
Jonathan Howcroft joins Matty Granland to delve into the Tom Boyd saga, including reaction to Luke Beveridge's press conference, as well as interview ESPN Cricinfo's Dan Brettig to dive into the Australian Cricketers' pay dispute.
Fiona Bollen is joined by ESPN CricInfo's Melinda Farrell to go over the Aussies big win over Sri Lanka in which record knocks abounded, including a massive 178 on the losing side.
Sports Tonight with Chris McHardy & Robbie Greenfield
20/6/17: Pakistan is in full party mode as the country's cricketing heroes land in Karachi, but what next for this side, and where do we stand on the redemption of Mohammad Amir? CricInfo's Senior Editor Osman Samiuddin joins that discussion, while our Inside Edge also has his say. As we deliberate the current state of flux in golf, the Butch H ...…
A look at how Pakistan registered a thumping victory over India in the final of the Champions Trophy 2017
A look at how India outplayed Bangladesh at Edgbaston to register a nine-wicket win and set up a clash with Pakistan in the final of the Champions Trophy on Sunday
A look at how Pakistan secured their place in the final of the Champions Trophy with a comfortable win over England
A look at how Pakistan fought back against Sri Lanka and registered a place in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy
Captain Angelo Mathews has been Sri Lanka's in-form man with the bat since 2014, Statsguru takes a look at some key numbers from his career
Shaun Tait says South Africa needed someone to steady the ship without panicking after the run-outs, but that never happened and so things unravelled quickly
Ajit Agarkar and Gaurav Kalra take a look at how England upstaged Australia in the latter's must-win match at Edgbaston, where the hosts registered a 40-run win via DLS method
Ajit Agarkar and Shaun Tait break down Rashid Khan's match-winning spell against West Indies which saw him snare 7 for 18 - the fourth-best haul in ODI cricket
A look at what transpired as Bangladesh beat New Zealand to keep their Champions Trophy semi-final hopes alive
A look at what transpired as Pakistan won a rain-affected game against South Africa in their Group B match at Edgbaston
A look at how England beat New Zealand to seal qualification for the Champions Trophy semi-finals from Group A
On Episode Six of The Four Hoarsemen, we discuss whether there are any truly great teams in 2017, West Coast's dreadful final minute, play 'Stay or Go' with the leading free agents, whether Brendon Goddard should be invited to children's birthday parties and how Daniel Cherny got to be Patrick Dangerfield's grandfather's personal driver. Our sp ...…
A look at what transpired as India beat Pakistan by 124 runs (DLS method) in a much-anticipated Champions Trophy encounter
Hashim Amla and Imran Tahir's heroics helped South Africa to a comfortable win against Sri Lanka in the Champions Trophy
Ajit Agarkar and Stephen Fleming are all praise for Kane Williamson who hit a masterful century against Australia
Stephen Fleming believes New Zealand were in a good position to win the game before the rain interruption at Edgbaston
Writer and broadcaster Adam Collins (@CollinsAdam) of ABC Grandstand, ESPN Cricinfo, Wisden Almanack and more joins Rob to discuss the contractual stalemate between Cricket Australia and its players.The pair also discuss the upcoming Women's World Cup, Dale Steyn's absence from South Africa's tour of England this summer and the retirements of P ...…
Writer and broadcaster Vithushan Ehantharajah of the Freelance Cricket Club Podcast, ESPN Cricinfo and The Guardian joins Rob on the latest episode of the One Stump Short Podcast!The pair discuss the results of this week's key vote, which gave the ECB the green light to move ahead with a new city based T20 competition, Zafar Ansari's decision t ...…
Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg analyse Kings XI Punjab's victory against Rising Pune Supergiant, which was Glenn Maxwell's first game as captain
Ian Chappell reviews Australia's performance in the four-Test series in India, where they took a 1-0 lead in Pune before losing 1-2
Kane Williamson's record 17th Test century drove New Zealand on day three in Hamilton. Firdose Moonda has the story
Bangladesh needed to beat Sri Lanka in Colombo to prove to themselves they belonged with the big boys in Test cricket, says ESPNcricinfo correspondent Mohammad Isam
Mohammad Isam and Fidel Fernando on the fourth day's play between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh at the P Sara Oval
Firdose Moonda discusses the influence of the wind and New Zealand's batting probelms after the second Test in Wellington
Andrew Fernando and Mohammad Isam break down day three of the second Test between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh
A 160-run stand between Quinton De Kock and Temba Bavuma gave South Africa a vital first-innings lead on the second day at Basin Reserve
Firdose Moonda reports from Wellington, where Henry Nicholls carried New Zealand to 268 before South Africa lost their openers cheaply
Andrew Fernando and Mohammad Isam discuss how the quick middle-order wickets will hurt Bangladesh, after strong performances from Dinesh Chandimal and Lakshan Sandakan
Mohammad Isam and Andrew Fernando dissect the first day of the second Test between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh
With rain forecast on the fifth day, and the Galle pitch not turning as much as it usually does, Andrew Fidel Fernando felt Sri Lanka could have done without batting on to set a 457-run target against Bangladesh
Huge thanks to Jarrod Kimber for being on this episode. A great discussion with Jarrod in which we talk about a range of cricketing issues – including: The test captaincy of the Pakistan team. Should there be one captain for all three formats? The big 3 no more, we discuss the roll back and it's implications on in the world of cricket. The futu ...…
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