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Cricket

Week 6
Feb 6, 2016 - Many professional sportsmen need a layer of artificiality to cope in their jobs. Read full blog
Bowling attacks will decide the one-days
It was a great pity that weather intervened during the one-day international in Bloemfontein on Wednesday night. Read full blog
Expect a spectacular ODI series
You might have memories of England's embarrassing 2015 World Cup campaign in your mind. Delete them immediately. Read full blog
Proteas need one-day confidence boost
England will be looking for further improvement as far as one-day international cricket is concerned. Read full blog
Week 5
February 1: No country on earth sends as many correspondents on tour as England – not even India. Read full blog
Rabada is one fortunate young man
Over the last few days 'KG' has quite rightly got everyone buzzing. His SuperSport Park performance was quite astonishing and his maturity in dealing with his new-found stardom belies his age. Read full blog
Proteas needed this win
The morale-boosting victory by the Proteas in the last test match was sorely needed. Read full blog
Week 4
Jan 25 - Before the final Test began the idea of consolation, let alone salvation, seemed hopeless. Read full blog
Intensity on a Broad scale
Ten minutes into South Africa's second innings Michael Atherton removed his headphones, looked at me in the commentary box, and said, "Broad looks in good rhythm today". Read full blog
Accountability for implosion on home soil
The ground staff at the Wanderers produced the traditional South African "go to surface" for the third and crucial test of the series. Read full blog
Week 3
Jan 17 - If it was a simple matter of inferior skill against superior skill then defeat, even heavy defeat, is bearable. But there has been something else wrong with the Proteas. Read full blog
Look out England, SA are stronger
England will be concerned. That they did not impose better upon the Newlands test will be a worry. Read full blog
Respect Amla's decision
The decision Hashim Amla made to resign the captaincy has to be respected. Read full blog
Week 2
Jan 9: A stomach bug laid low an unusually high number of people during the Newlands test, mostly from the media and corporate box world. Read full blog
Where was the fighting spirit?
Well that was a shock. I expected South Africa to dust themselves off after their India ineptness and revel in familiar conditions at home. Read full blog
Toothless Proteas need strong leadership
South African teams have always in the past had something in common -- they were difficult to beat. Read full blog
Week 1
December 31: Well, what could he say? “Yes, Graeme is quite correct. Several of the senior players are increasingly doubting my methods and beliefs and there might be a confidence and trust issue developing.” Read full blog
No hype thanks, we're English
There are a few sporting occasions in the world where ‘promotion’ is redundant. There is no point, for example, in hyping any of the golf ‘majors’, the Ryder Cup or the Ashes. Or any game involving Manchester United. Read full blog
A captivating series beckons
There are so many fascinating aspects of this upcoming series to monitor closely. Let me break it down for you so that you can focus on various individuals and how they stack up against each other. Read full blog
Message is clear for the Proteas
The much awaited test series between the Proteas and England is just days away. Read full blog

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Neil - The English are here
Week 6
Feb 6, 2016 - Many professional sportsmen need a layer of artificiality to cope in their jobs.

Kepler Wessels
Bowling attacks will decide the one-days
It was a great pity that weather intervened during the one-day international in Bloemfontein on...

@MikeHaysman
Expect a spectacular ODI series
You might have memories of England's embarrassing 2015 World Cup campaign in your mind. Delete them...

Faf du Plessis
Proteas weren't mentally tough enough
I’m writing this a few hours before we board our flight out of India to Dubai and eventually home.