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Graeme Smith: Superglued to the Toilet Seat and Flailing to Get Off

July 30, 2012

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By SB Tang Graeme Smith is a left-handed South African batsman. When he arrives at the crease, he sets up to face the bowling with the toe of his back foot in line with his off-stump. As the bowler runs in, he squats down so low that, for a brief moment, you could be forgiven […]

Misbah’s New Pakistan: From Probable Impossibilities to Mere Impossibilities

April 19, 2012

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By SB Tang September 24th, 2007. Pakistan face India in the final of the inaugural World Twenty20 tournament at the Wanderers in Johannesburg. India set Pakistan a target of 158 for victory. In the eighth over of Pakistan’s innings, Younis Khan, one of Pakistan’s most dependable batsmen with a Test average in excess of 48, […]