#AUSvIND ODI series preview
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Two of the best one-day teams in the world will battle it out over three matches in the Dettol ODI Series starting Friday, November 27 at the SCG. To preview the mouth-watering series, cricket.com.au journalists Sam Ferris and Louis Cameron look at the players to watch, key match ups, stats that matter and a few silly points.
The Final Word Cricket Podcast
The Final Word Cricket Podcast
Bad Producer Productions
The January 26 problem
Season 9, Ep 18: "How you wanna raise a flag with a rifle / To make us want to celebrate anything but survival?" So goes the A.B. Originals song January 26. This year Cricket Australia stopped using the term 'Australia Day' to promote matches, recognising that it's a day of mourning for a lot of Indigenous people. Predictably this small gesture was criticised by political antagonists. On the date in question, Munanjahli writer Dr Chelsea Watego joins us to talk about commemoration versus celebration, the complexity of history, and what progress might actually look like beyond platitudes. Also this week, Sri Lanka's series against England wraps up, South Africa head to Pakistan for the first time in 13 years, and the World Test Championship possibilities become slightly more clear. Your Nerd Pledge numbers: 2.24 – Peter Halton 1.68 – Jesse G 1.22 – James Ralston Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword  Find previous episodes at  finalwordcricket.com  Pick up The Golden Summer with a £3 discount with the code GOLDTFW  Or get a discount Wisden Cricket Monthly subscription at bit.ly/wcmtfw Check out CBUS Super at   https://www.cbussuper.com.au/thefinalword   Get Geoff’s new book, The Comeback Summer  The Final Word is part of the  Bad Producer Podcast Network  Title track by  Urthboy  Support the show: https://patreon.com/thefinalword See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1 hr 24 min
81 All Out - A Cricket Podcast
81 All Out - A Cricket Podcast
81 All Out
'Much much more than a cricket tour' - Interview with journalist Bharat Sundaresan
In this special episode of the 81allout podcast, we chat with journalist and author Bharat Sundaresan on his experiences of covering India's recent tour to Australia. Bharat is a cricket reporter at cricbuzz.com and is the author of The Dhoni Touch: Unravelling the Enigma that is MS Dhoni Talking points: * Covering a Test series in COVID times * Driving from one Australian state to the other, avoiding borders * The uncertainty over the venues and itinerary * Wearing masks in the press box * A distracted press box as India collapsed for 36 in Adelaide * The spate of injuries during the tour * A relatively muted Boxing Day * Ashwin's spell in Melbourne * Ajinkya Rahane's captaincy * Mohammad Siraj improving with every spell in Melbourne * Siraj reporting poor crowd behavior * Australia constantly threatening to break away... until India kept fighting back * The net session when Pant talked to his bruised arm * The Ravi Shastri effect on the youngster in the team * Ashwin's innings in the battling draw in Sydney * Vihari - the quiet achiever * Covering the Brisbane Test from a radio studio in Sydney * Australians convincing themselves of the Brisbane myth * All the talk of the weather in Brisbane * India putting themselves in a position to dictate terms on the final day * The emotional charge to victory Participants: Bharat Sundaresan (@beastieboy07) Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@Sidvee) * Related: The unlikely script of the Gabba heist - Bharat Sundaresan - cricbuzz.com Bruised but unbowed: India's mighty display of guts and gumption - Bharat Sundaresan - cricbuzz.com The summer of Siraj - Bharat Sundaresan - cricbuzz.com Washington Sundar: destiny's child - Bharat Sundaresan - cricbuzz.com Rahane's personality-defining day out - Bharat Sundaresan - cricbuzz.com Ashwin: The conscientious spin scientist - Bharat Sundaresan - cricbuzz.com List of Bharat Sundaresan's cricbuzz columns
2 hr 20 min
Lessons Learnt with the Greats
Lessons Learnt with the Greats
Shane Watson
Michael Vaughan on playing the name, managing the man and analysing the game
Michael Vaughan is today's guest on Lessons Learnt with the Greats, a former England captain, No.1 Test batter in the world and one of the sharpest cricket minds in the game. Vaughany was a master technician with the bat, carving up Australia in the 2002-03 Ashes series and a few years later was the inspirational leader of England's epic 2005 Ashes victory. In this episode, Vaughany shares his brilliant insight into leadership, batting and his endeavours off the field. It's not to be missed for any aspiring captain or batter. Episode Rundown 01:08 - We start by discussing India's dramatic series win over Australia, which might have surpassed the 2005 Ashes on the list of great Test match series 04:30 - We then move into Vaughany's career highlights, from the 2002-03 Ashes to the epic in 2005 before Michael delves into leadership. I found how Vaughany managed his players and his philosophies on leadership, not to mention some colourful advice from his father, absolutely fascinating 28:16 - Vaughany then talks batting and how he discovered his trigger movement and a game he played with himself to stay focused  42:06 - Vaughany talks about how he managed his body during his career and the one thing he wishes he did more 45:15 - Here we discuss the mental side of the game and how Vaughany developed his skills 51:46 - Vaughany has a unique perspective on the media having been on both sides of the microphone and here he shares his experiences 58:35 - We talk about the financial side of life and how a night on the drink with a few of his mates led to Vaughny starting a new business 1:07:47 - The mantras Vaughany lives by 1:12:52 - We finish with the inspirational people Vaughany has met and the books he would recommend   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 19 min
The Edges & Sledges Cricket Podcast
The Edges & Sledges Cricket Podcast
IVM Podcasts
Ep. 154: Ramachandra Guha on Cricket
This week we have the incredible privilege of speaking to Dr. Ramachandra Guha, cricket writer and historian. We discuss India’s recent test series win in Australia and where it ranks amongst the greatest Indian wins, Dr. Guha’s time in the CoA as a BCCI administrator and his latest book – The Commonwealth of Cricket. Dr Guha responds to questions from listeners and we announce details of how to win a copy of the book courtesy Harper Collins (hint: share the link to this podcast, check the subtitle of the book and send us your answer to the question asked by Ashwin on the podcast). 1996 article mentioned by Dr Guha – in Defence of the Draw https://scroll.in/field/983817/ramachandra-guha-in-defence-of-the-draw Rohit Brijnath article on the rhythms of test cricket https://lifestyle.livemint.com/news/opinion/the-slow-music-of-test-cricket-111610708725244.html Links to buy Dr. Guha’s book: India: https://amzn.to/3obGRdB UK: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/4569/9780008422509 Listener questions: https://twitter.com/1tip1hand/status/1352173583590694912?s=20 E&S Episode with Gulu Ezekiel https://ivmpodcasts.com/edges-and-sledges-episode-list/2020/3/16/ep-102-cricket-in-the-time-of-coronavirus-feat-gulu-ezekiel Join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/2sujX2J You can follow Edges & Sledges on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook: @1tip1hand You can reach out to us on social media. We're @ivmpodcasts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
45 min
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