The 1980s saw the West Indians cement their dominance of both forms of cricket, one apparently more skillful than the other, except for one slight hitch during the 1983 World Cup.
More Like the Colosseum than a Cricket Ground – ODIs in the 1980s: India’s triumph and West Indian dominanceby: Dave Wilson
Days Of The Demonby: Martin Chandler
ICC World Cup 2018 Qualifiers Round Upby: James Nixon
It looks promising for Afghanistan as they look to make it to their second consecutive World Cup, after Nepal’s win sends the Afghans through from Group B on net run rate. With three losses to their name, Afghanistan were ahead of Hong Kong on net run-rate and needed a big favour from Nepal in order to progress.
Lever of Essexby: Martin Chandler
Cardus on Bradman, 1950by: Dave Wilson