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Cricket

The unwinnable day-nighter
The third test against Australia in Adelaide in November will be a day-nighter after all. Read full blog
Champions in a new T20 world
Do you remember the time when T20 cricket was nothing more than hit and giggle? Read full blog
Proteas should face the facts
Faf du Plessis has come in for a heap of criticism following his team’s performances in the World T20, and that’s a significant part of the territory of captaincy. Read full blog
Nagpur does it again
The VCA Stadium is ridiculously situated 15 kilometres out of the city without a semblance of public transport and the pitch is equally ridiculous. How can anyone blame the Proteas for failing to bat properly on that surface?! Read full blog
SA bowlers must pull their weight
There is no doubt that some of the bowlers on show in the ICC T20 are trying to be too adventurous. Read full blog
Steyn raring to go for Windies
It takes a great deal to break Dale Steyn’s spirit. In fact, whatever it takes has yet to be discovered or created. Read full blog
How to be a smart T20 bowler
The stark reality is that South Africa's pace bowlers have disappeared to all parts during their two World T20 encounters in India so far. Read full blog
'Endearing' Proteas attack
One of India’s pre-eminent cricket writers damned the Proteas bowling tactics with faint praise after two matches at the World T20 when he described their approach as “endearing”. Read full blog
SA bowlers need to improve ASAP
If the Proteas have any ambition of progressing to the semifinal of the World T20 they will have to improve radically in the bowling department. Read full blog
We're under the pump now - Duminy
Rarely, if ever, can South Africa have been as good and as bad in the same match as they were on Friday evening in Mumbai. Read full blog
All too familiar...?
If it weren’t for South Africa’s record at ICC events there would be every reason to feel confident ahead of their opening fixture against England on Friday Read full blog
England match crucial for Proteas
South Africa open their World T20 campaign against England on Friday in Mumbai, and they will fancy their chances. Read full blog
Finding the right combinations
It was disappointing to see the Proteas lose to Australia in the recently completed three match series. In the end one would have to concede that Australia was the better team. Read full blog
Dale Steyn understands
I am continually disappointed by sporting interviews. I get annoyed by airtime that is wasted. Players who possess extraordinary ability often just don't get it and treat the public as fools. Read full blog
The twisting turns of T20
One thing that we know about T20 is that nothing can be taken for granted in the shortest format of the game. Read full blog
The Aussies are here...briefly
There is a feeling that South Africa are good enough to beat any other team in the world Read full blog
Steyn raring to go against Aussies
There is much to be said, both good and bad, about having three formats of the game, but it certainly worked with England being in the country for over two months. Read full blog
AB's secret... His box batting theory
During the broadcast of the limited overs series against England I did some analysis of the now simplistic batting technique of AB de Villiers. Read full blog
Aussies will be tough T20 opponents
The three match T20 series against Australia starting on Friday should provide a stern test for the Proteas. Read full blog
Wham-bam thank you Baz
Cricket is the most technical game of all. So many components of skill need to be perfectly aligned to constantly achieve success in the batting or bowling department. Read full blog

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Neil Manthorp
The unwinnable day-nighter
The third test against Australia in Adelaide in November will be a day-nighter after all.

@MikeHaysman
Champions in a new T20 world
Do you remember the time when T20 cricket was nothing more than hit and giggle?