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Preview: England vs South Africa ODI Series

With the countdown well and truly on ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy, a competition that sees England as one of the big favourites alongside Australia and South Africa, the England and Wales players know that they don't have long to hit their stride.                          

Pakistan in the West Indies

With no International cricket over the last ten days, we are now ready to get going again as we head towards the northern hemisphere's action packed summer. For now though we still have the rest of April and May to get through before the summer is officially here, but there is enough going on out there to once again keep us entertained.  

NZ vs SA continues but not much more...

It is a quiet time compared to normal on the international front, but there is still games happening to tick your viewing addiction over. There is just not as many matches as in recent months as we come to a small break around the globe as we hit spring in the northern hemisphere and autumn in the south. Here is what is coming up next then.  

Australia in India Test Series plus much more

I hope you're all still doing good and enjoying as much cricket as you can. As mentioned last month, as well as our 6th of each month regular article, we'll be publishing all the upcoming international fixtures. That way we have something different to add to our ever growing site and you yourselves have a quick reference to see the fixtures.

A New Year of Cricket

I hope you're all well out there in the cricket world, we'd just like to let you know we'll now be publishing all the international fixtures each month that are happening. We thought it would be something different to add to our site and then you yourselves also have a quick reference to see what fixtures are happening month by month.  

Cricket Will Never Become Popular in US

Cricket originated 500 years ago, somewhere in the period of the dark ages. Since then, the game has grown to become the second most popular sport in the world, attracting close to 2.5 billion loyal followers and it is only poised to continue spreading its roots even deeper. Yet, in certain countries, cricket has just oddly never caught on.  

Who is Haseeb Hameed?

As Haseeb Hameed became the youngest debutant to open for England in a Test match last month, we here at The Cricket Tier decided to take a quick look at the background of this young 19 year old from Bolton. He's back home in England through injury having made his historic test debut for England against India at the Saurashtra Stadium in Rajkot.

Crickets Biggest Characters

For those not in the know Cricket is to them a dull drawn out game that is mostly played by dull entitled people. While there might be some truth in that (no offence Alistair Cook), for the fans who enjoy the ultimate tests in sport, we understand that to excel at this game you must be slightly nuts. That could be the insane concentration required

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