Cricket Today - March 2017

Publisher: Diamond Magazines Pvt. Ltd
Category: Men's Interest, Sports
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

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Cricket Today is a monthly cricket magazine in English and is published by a Delhi-based company, Diamond Magazines, which has the support of very experienced professionals. Cricket Today is an ultimate ode to the cricketing world. Besides coverage of all Test and One-day International matches, it has columns written by top writers who have long been known for their compelling writing in this field, the inside-out stories, legendary cricket moments, interviews, player profiles, the history of cricket and its players, exclusive columns, contests and lots more, all laden with evocative photographs.

Playing at home is always quite comfortable but at the same time it challenges a team to be at its best against the opponents. The Indian team under Virat Kohli has done exceptionally well in the longest format of the game. The number one Test team in the world has, for quite some time now, forgot the definition of defeat as they are thumping their rivals one by one. The next in line is Australia, who will play four Test matches in the sub-continent nation. The Indian test juggernaut, with Virat Kohli at the wheel, has crushed almost everything in its path over the last 18 months and Australia will have to conjure up something special if they are to upset the hosts. However, pretty much unlike the Indian team, the BCCI is struggling at the moment. After the sacking of all the main officials by the Supreme Court of India, the four-member committee is looking after the operations as regards to cricket in India. This has created a lot of confusions and the tournaments run and managed by the BCCI are bearing the brunt of the outcome. There is much more to read from cricket.


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