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A chance for Vilas and who else?
The talent of Quinton de Kock is undoubted and that he caught the attention of the selectors at an early age is testament to that. Read full blog
Overcoming the soft ball
It was disappointing losing the last two days of the first test in Chittagong to rain. I thought we fought ourselves back into the game... Read full blog
What type of pitch for Edgbaston?
No other test playing nation gets home advantage pitch preparation as badly wrong as South Africa do. Read full blog
Physical altercations just not cricket
South Africa have one more opportunity to finish off the tour of Bangladesh in convincing fashion with the second test starting in Dhaka on Thursday. Read full blog
Week 3
July 31: Even more mystifying than why this series was scheduled in the middle of monsoon season is how Bangladeshi men are able to walk through the endless miles of mud and puddles Read full blog
The honeymoon's over for Bayliss
New English coach Trevor Bayliss will be forgiven if he is both confused and perplexed by the inconsistency of team England. Read full blog
Tricky decisions for Proteas
Once again the discussion will be had with regard to whether there are specialist positions in the game. Read full blog
Proteas must make changes
Assessing the stage of development that sporting teams find themselves in is key in structuring a coaching dynamic. Read full blog
Week 2
July 23: Life is very different on tour for the players. They are here to work and their careers may depend on their performances. Read full blog
The Ashes turning point
What a difference a week makes ... or more to the point, what a difference a toss makes! Read full blog
Proteas made bad decisions
It’s obviously disappointing to have lost the one-day series, particularly after playing so well in the T20s. Read full blog
Australia should have had drinks
The Aussies declined Alastair Cook's invitation for a drink after their defeat at Cardiff during the first Ashes test match. Read full blog
Critical to manage young star well
The Proteas left for Bangladesh fresh from a decent off-season and a good rest for most players. Read full blog
Can the Aussies bounce back?
To say that England's victory by such a considerable margin during the first test in Cardiff was a surprise is an understatement. Read full blog
Week 1
July 16: Cricketers aren’t often treated for tongue injuries but it would be a surprise if that wasn’t the case today given how deep the wounds were which required licking. Read full blog
Our guys look up for any challenge
I knew it was going to be tough, but I thought we played incredibly well to win the T20 series against Bangladesh. We were outstanding in all departments and I’m really proud of my guys. Read full blog
Stoking the Ashes fire
You’ve gotta love all this pre-Ashes series banter. July 8 is the day this clash gets underway in Cardiff. Read full blog
Home not an advantage any more?
The tradition, the hype, the drama and just about everything that goes with the Ashes is what every Australian cricketer dreams to one day participate in. Read full blog
Bangladesh tour will be challenging
I’m writing this from the airport lounge at OR Tambo International, an hour or so before we board our plane to Bangladesh. Read full blog
Resetting tests' entertainment value
As a teenager in Australia I was fully engaged in the constant swirl of my sporting world. As the seasons changed, equipment was rotated and packed away for a six-month hiatus. Read full blog

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Mpumelelo Mbangwa
A chance for Vilas and who else?
The talent of Quinton de Kock is undoubted and that he caught the attention of the selectors at an...

Neil's Bangladesh Diary
Week 3
July 31: Even more mystifying than why this series was scheduled in the middle of monsoon season is...

Faf du Plessis
Overcoming the soft ball
It was disappointing losing the last two days of the first test in Chittagong to rain. I thought we...

Haze's Comment
What type of pitch for Edgbaston?
No other test playing nation gets home advantage pitch preparation as badly wrong as South Africa...