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Kersi Meher-Homji

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Kersi is an author of 14 cricket books including The Waugh Twins, Crcket's Great All-rounders, Six Appeal and Nervous Nineties. He writes regularly for Inside Cricket and other publications. He is busy with his new book on From Bradman to Kohli -- Best of Australia - India Test cricket with Forewords by Allan Border and Sunil Gavaskar .

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Test cricket records which have remained unbroken for over six decades

Test cricket records which have remained unbroken for over six decades

5 Apr 2016

So the 2016 World T20 has come to a rousing finish but has left us with some moments to cherish.

Who will win the World T20’s unofficial quarter final?

Who will win the World T20's unofficial quarter final?

27 Mar 2016

Sunday night’s Australia–India World T20 match at Mohali is called the unofficial World T20 quarter final.

Examining Twenty20 cricket’s six appeal

Examining Twenty20 cricket's six appeal

7 Mar 2016

In the past a six was a rarity – especially in Test matches. Don Bradman hit only six sixes in 52 Tests.

Will Australia achieve a hat-trick of top spots in international cricket?

Will Australia achieve a hat-trick of top spots in international cricket?

1 Mar 2016

Currently, Australia occupy number one rankings in Test cricket and ODIs. But in T20 internationals they are way down at number eight.

Will the Voges–Khawaja run-athon continue in Christchurch?

Will the Voges–Khawaja run-athon continue in Christchurch?

20 Feb 2016

With the second and final Test for the Trans–Tasman Trophy starting today on the grassy Christchurch pitch, the statisticians are rubbing their hands in anticipation.

How’s this for a Test cricket World Cup idea? (Part 2)

How's this for a Test cricket World Cup idea? (Part 2)

11 Feb 2016

In Part 1, I fantasised about organising a Test World Cup to be played between continents – Australia-New Zealand, Europe, Africa, Asia and America – based on their players’ performances in 2025 Tests.

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