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2016 IPL was all about Virat Kohli, He single handedly broke many records. He scored 4 centuries in this season and became the first captain to score 500+ runs in three separate IPL seasons (634 in 2013, 505 in 2015 and 973 in 2016). Sachin Tendulkar had scored 500+ runs in the 2010 and 2011 IPL season as captain of Mumbai Indians (618 in 2010 while 553 in 2011), He became first batsman to complete 4000 runs in the IPL and he also became the first man in IPL history to score 900+ runs in a single season.

It would be our pleasure to watch some young talent from across the globe, representing one of the IPL franchises. There are several players that I want to see playing in next year's IPL matches.

Here is a list of players that I personally want to see in the next IPL season:

Past Players

(Players who have already played IPL but we want them to play again next year)

Ross_TaylorRoss Taylor:

From 2008 to 2014 Ross Taylor represented 4 different IPL franchises, namely Royal Challengers Bangalore, Rajasthan Royals, Pune Warriors India and Delhi Daredevils. He scored 1017 runs in 55 IPL matches.

His hitting ability, makes him strong. As we already know, he plays superb in the On-Side.

I surely want to see him in the next IPL Edition.

Marlon Samuels:Marlon_Samuels_GCC

Who can forget the 2016 World Cup final? He is the man who helped West Indies to lift Twenty-20 world cup second time. He scored 85* (66 balls, 9x4, and 2x6).
Although we watched him play for Pune Warriors. He has played 2012 and 2013 IPL Season.

In 2013, he was named one of the Wisden cricketers of the year. He was one of the franchise players for the beginning Caribbean Premier League.

Darren_Sammy_GCCDarren Sammy:

West Indies Captain.  Who led West Indies team into Twenty-20 World Cup final 2 times, and even won the Title twice.

In 2014 IPL Edition he was elected as Vice Captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Although his IPL numbers are not upto the mark. But still we want him to be a part of some IPL Franchise.

Rilee Rossouw:Rilee_Rossouw_GCC

This left handed top order batsman, represents South Africa in International Cricket. He also plays for the Knights and Free State. Rossouw played in the IPL 2011 for Royal Challengers Bangalore and replaced Nic Maddinson in IPL 2014 from the franchise. He scored 274 runs in 10 international Twenty-20 matches. He scored 39 runs in 3 IPL Matches (2014 IPL Edition).

Josh_Hazlewood_GCCJosh Hazlewood:

He became the first player of the match in the Day-night Test, having taken the first five-wicket haul in such a match. Named player of the series in the 2015 Frank Worrell Trophy for his 12 wickets as Australia defeated the West Indies 2-0.
He played 7 Twenty-20 international matches and took 8 wickets. He represents Sydney Sixers in Big Bash League. In 2014 IPL, he was a part of Mumbai Indians Squad.

Luke Ronchi:Luke_Ronchi_GCC

He is the only cricketer to play international cricket for both Australia and New Zealand. Currently he represents New Zealand in International Matches. Ronchi has been considered as a specialist in the shorter formats of the game. He has been a regular member of the ODI and T20I squads. He played 29 Twenty-20 International matches and scored 359 runs.

He was a part of Mumbai Indians squad for 2008 – 2009 season, he only played 5 matches for Mumbai Indians and scored 34 runs.

Alex_Hales_GCCAlex Hales:

Alex is a right-handed opening batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler who currently plays for Nottinghamshire, while he is also a regular player in the England Twenty-20 International side.

He played for Melbourne Renegades in 2013 Big Bash, Adelaide Strikers in 2014 Big Bash and Adelaide Strikers in 2015 Big Bash Edition. He also played for Mumbai Indians in 2015 IPL. He was named as a replacement to Corey Anderson for 2015 season.  But he didn't play a single match.

His Twenty-20 International stats is also good. Till now he has played 44 Twenty-20 internationals and smashed 1220 runs. His career strike rate is 133.63 and average is 31.28.

He became the first English cricketer, to score a Twenty-20 hundred.

New Players

(Young players who we wish should debut in the next IPL 2017)

Joe Root:Joe_Root_GCC

This right-handed opening batsman and occasional off-spinner, represents England from last 3 and a half years. He represents Yorkshire in the Domestic Cricket since 2009. He played 20 T-20 international matches and made 594 runs with the strike rate of 138.79. He also picked 6 wickets for England.
Remember his 83 runs knocked against South Africa in 2016 Twenty-20 World Cup? Which led England to a record breaking chase of 230. Also in the Final he played amazing, a 54 runs inning in just 37 balls helped England to reach the total of 155 runs and picked 2 crucial wickets. Root ended the tournament as a Third highest run scorer.

Twenty-20 Ranking: 4, ODI Ranking: 10, Test Ranking: 2

He hasn’t played in the IPL. 

Jonny_Bairstow_GCCJonny Bairstow:

Right Handed Wicket-keeper batsman, played for Yorkshire in English County and England in International Matches.

In 2016 he played for Peshawar Zalmi in Pakistan Super League.

Jonny played 19 Twenty-20 international and he scored 195 run. Highest score is 60.

Kagiso Rabada:Kagiso_Rabadat_GCC

Right Handed Fast Bowler represents South Africa and Lions on International and Domestic Twenty-20 tournament. He took 22 wickets in 16 Twenty-20 Internationals and he took 33 wickets in 24 Domestic Twenty-20 matches. This 20 years old young man came in the news in Under-19 world cup, in the semi-finals he picked 6 wickets and took South Africa into the Finals. He ended the tournament as the highest wicket taker for South Africa.
He made his ODI debut at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, July 10, 2015 versus Bangladesh and He took hat-trick in his second over itself. Overall he picked 6 wickets in his debut match.

Great Potential. I would love to see him in IPL 2017.

Mitchell_Santner_GCCMitchell Santner:

An all-rounder from New Zealand, who bats left handed and bowls slow left-arm orthodox. He played for Worcestershire County Cricket Club in English county. He was in 2016 Twenty-20 New Zealand Squad.
He made his T-20 debut against England. And he picked 3 wickets each on his first 3 Twenty-20 international matches.

His world cup tournament was exceptionally good. He took 10 wickets in 5 matches.

Avesh Khan:Avesh_Khan_GCC

Avesh Khan is Right-arm medium bowler. He was in the 2016 U-19 India squad. He performed very well throughout the tournament. He picked 12 wickets in 6 matches. His best bowling figure is 4 for 32 against New Zealand. He was in the top of “Most Dot Balls Bowled (Tournament)” with 221 dot balls.

These are some players that I personally want to see in the IPL 2017. Send us your views and your favourite players you wish to see in the next IPL 2017.

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We all know Cricket is highly paid sport in India and most of the countries when it comes to national & international level. When we first time hold the bat and start playing cricket we always dream of becoming a cricketer by hook or by crook. Because we all tend to think that becoming a Cricketer is the only way to build a solid reputation and earn a living out of it. There are a few people who know the different ways to earn a living in Cricket and because of this, we don’t know the eligibility and exams that are held by BCCI or the State's Cricket body for cricket lovers who want to make their career in Cricket. So here I am to tell you the Eligibility criteria to get employment in cricket in India.

In our previous article written by Founder of Global Cricket Community Mr. Swapnil Karekar, he has mentioned the career options available in cricket.

Here I have noted down the posts that can give you employment in Cricket. 

  • Umpires
  • Official Scorers
  • Commentators
  • Coaches
  • Groundsman and Pitch Curators
  • Media And Promotion
  • Administrative Work

Umpires:

Every game is incomplete without the umpires/referees. The Umpire plays a vital role in every sport. Many of us have the passion to become and official umpire and want to be there on the field to enjoy the game and earn a living out of it. Below mentioned are the Eligibility Criterias.

According to the Umpire Chaudhary, to become an umpire you must have played cricket either at the club or state level.

Skills and Knowledge that you must have to become an Umpire:

1) A candidate should know the 42 rules of cricket
2) A candidate must be very Patient.
3) A candidate should be able to take spontaneous Decision
4) A candidate must have incisive understanding of the game.

Eligibility To become umpire? Four Simple Steps

  1. A candidate must have to qualify for the theory and Practical exams conducted by the State sports body time to time. After getting qualified, the candidates who live in Mumbai can get registered to MCA who takes the Cricket umpiring courses for freshers.
  2. A candidate will become eligible for an exam conducted by BCCI after clearing the level one and level two. Then the candidate makes it into BCCI - Umpire Panel and can do umpiring at the highest level of tournament conducted by BCCI.
  3. After seeing the Candidate's growth BCCI endorses him/her to the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the candidate can join the race to be an International Umpire.
  4. A candidate needs to score more than 90% to qualify to the next level of Umpiring. 

Pay scale: As per the report an Umpire will be getting fixed amount of around INR 15,000/- per National Match. The payment for Corporate and Local Tournaments is comparatively low, Approximately INR 1200/- per match.

International Match: You will be getting $800 to % 1000 per ODI (As per the newspaper report)

Institutes or Academies : GCA (Gujarat Cricket Association) Umpires Academy is the academy who has various Courses to become an Cricket Umpire at various levels.

Cricket Scorer:

To become an official Scorer and earn a living throught it, you need to follow the following steps and eligibility criteria:

Steps To become an Official Scorer:

1. A candidate needs to register to their local Cricket Association under the category where you want to represent yourself as a scorer. The Local Cricket Association conducts the exam every year for Cricket Scorers.

2. After Clearing this exam the candidate will qualify to the State Level exam. (MCA is considered as a State Board)

3. After Scoring passing percentage of 80% in your state level exam for scoring you will be qualified to the BCCI Examination and State Level examination

Skills And Fees:

1. A candidate needs to enroll to the local cricket association (The fees varies as per the association)

2. A candidate needs to know the signals given by the umpires and other various skills such as mathematics calculating strike rate, calculating batting and bowling averages, Require Run rate, Net run rate etc.

Pay Scale: Every Cricketing Scorer have different type of pay scale according to the level.

  • Local Association Tournament : 750/- per match (MCA Recognized Tournament)

Educational Qualification and Age criteria :

  • There is no specific age group and educational qualification required to become an official scorer 

Cricket Commentator:

Some of the people are really good at public speaking and communication skills. One can surely consider Cricket Commentator as a career option if you love Cricket and want to earn a living through it. 
Cricket Commentator is the only job where you need a good qualification and great knowledge about cricket and English as well as the preferred language in which you would love to do commentary.

Qualification Criteria to become an official Commentator:

1. Degree : Bachelors degree.
2. Degree field: Braodcasting, Journalism, Communication
3. Experience: On job Training typically required.

What are the Skills required to become the commentator?

  • Speaking
  • Writing
  • Listening and Interpersonal Skills
  • Research Ability
  • Media production Skills
  • Appealing and well- Groomed Appearance, Familarity with editing softwares
  • Broadcast equipment and telecommunication systems.

Pay scale: As a professional Commentator you will be getting INR 50000/- to 1 lac per match.

Here I have mentioned few cricket roles and eligibility criteria to earn a living through Cricket. There are many more roles like this and we will be continuing to update this article gradually. We will analyze the response and would love to continue this topic as per the visitors response. So make sure you comment about your views and suggestions.
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We all have heard about the famous cricket players, their records, coaches, family and stuff. But ever wondered which cricket club these world class players belonged to? Here I have mentioned about the Cricket Club of Famous Cricket Legends.

Famous Cricket Legends Sachin Donald and Clive

Sir Don BradmanMatches - 286, Runs - 35063, Highest - 452*, 100’s - 146 and 50's - 82, Wickets - 28, Career Best wicket- 3/35. Any guesses? He is the Legend of Cricket Sir Donald Bradman. He had started his journey as a cricket player before 1924, then there was no look back, he has scored many records in a domestic Cricket. Sir Donald Bradman have represented Bowral Cricket club in the year 1924, than he was promoted to the national team of Australia in the year 1928.

Clive LloydMatches - 1062, Runs- 51639, Highest- 242*, 100’s- 111, 50’s- 291, Wicket- 203, Career Best-Wicket- 4/33. Cricket Legend - Clive Lloyd. He was the hard hitting batsman and most successful captain. Clive Lloyd have represented Demerara Cricket Club from Guyana Country. Clive Lloyd had also worked as a civil servant for Guyana Ministry of Health.

 

Sachin TendulkarMatches - 1621, Runs - 84549, Highest - 248*, 100’s - 242, 50’s - 410, Wickets - 475, Career Best-Wicket- 5/32. Any guesses? He is Legend of Cricket, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar. He had started his journey as a cricket player in year 1983, he has scored many records in the International Cricket. Little Master has represented the Cricket Club of India in the year 1984, then he was promoted to the national team of India in the year 1989.

Wasim AkramMatches - 1316, Runs - 20824, Highest - 257*, 100’s - 10, 50’s - 54, Wickets - 2847, Career Best-Wicket- 7/119. The Sultan of Swing - Wasim Akram. The Sultan of Swing has represented Lancashire Cricket club. Wasim Akram possessed accurate control of length and line along with seam and swing bowling. His mastery of reverse swing for which he has earned the title of “Sultan of Swing“.

 

Paul CollingwoodMatches - 1096, Runs - 37586, Highest - 206, 100’s - 57, 50’s - 193, Wickets - 641, Career Best-Wicket- 6/31. England's Former Batsman Mr Paul Collingwood. Paul Collingwood have represented Durham Cricket Club in England.

 

This was in short about the Cricket Legends and the respective Cricket Clubs they have represented in their Career. Hope you enjoyed reading a few statistics as well.

We shall update this article accordingly and include more Cricket Legends and brief about their Cricket Club Career.

Stay tuned to Global Cricket Community website, as we post more and more articles about Cricket, Countries, Players, Cricket Clubs, various Cricket Blogs, IPL etc. Do let us know your comments and suggestions below. We would love to hear from our viewers.

 

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We all are not very aware about how much Indian cricketers earn in a Year. Some of them are earning through their partnership and endorsements with different Brands or Companies. We all know that they earn through Indian Premier League, TV Commercials and Match Fees as a Cricket player but very few of us know about how much cricket players are earning in Fashion. Glamour and Cricket has always been amongst the most gossiped topics in India. Stardom and Glamour are not unknown for Indian cricketers, it comes to them from the natural association from the Fashion industry? So today I am going to share some interesting fact about Cricketers, Fashion and their Earnings.

Virat Kohli:

Currently the shinning star of Indian Cricket Team. Virat Kohli has always been the center of attraction for Media. Virat Kohli owns a menswear retailer chain called “Wragon” with the store in Hyderabad and Mumbai. Also he signed a 30 Crore contract with Adidas. Along with this he is also signed a major deal with Swiss Watchmaker “Tissot”.

We already saw how fast he is between the wickets, he is very fit and obsesses to be fit. Virat Kohli is 30% stakeholder in gym chain called “Chisels” across the country. He invested 90 Crores for 30% stake in the firm. That's pretty much a lot for one man. Way to go Virat!

Mahendra Singh Dhoni: 

The man who has given us many several occasion for celebrations. He has a very good rapo in Fashion too. He earns 6 Crore annually from Spartan Sports as a Sponsorship of his bat. He also signed a 200 Crore deal with Rishti Sports Managements. M S Dhoni is also a stakeholder in a Fahion Brand called “Seven”, soon they are going to launch a sportswear collection that will have some utility points from M S  Dhoni. Before Seven M S Dhoni had a deodorant brand “7 by M S Dhoni” under his collar.

Yuvraj Singh:

Sports brand Puma paid Yuvraj Singh annually 4 Crore, Yuvi uses his stickers on bat and wears Puma shoe’s. He was a stakeholder in beauty service app “Vyomo”. But the app was take over by by on-ground beauty salon Naturals for an amount of Rs. 100 crore. Yuvraj Singh also invested in Mahesh Bhupati Startup, sports365.com.

Sachin Tendulkar :

God of cricket, has also invested in Fashion and will be earning crores from it. In March 2016 Sachin Tendulkar collaborated with Arvind Fashion to come up with his own Fashion Label “True Blue”. True blue is going to retail in May, 2016 and the brand targeted at Youngsters. True Color aim on 200 Crore business in next 5 Year.

 Shikhar Dhawan:

The Indian Left hand opener Shikhar Dhawan is also a part of Fashion Industry as a Brand Ambassador. He is the brand Ambassador for “Zeven”. He is also Brand Ambassador of “FBB”.

 These are the some of the Indian Cricketers who earn a very good amount of money from Fashion. Hope you liked this article. Tell us about your views and suggestions in the comments section below. We would love to hear from you.

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From our childhood we have started playing cricket which has no specific format. In the world, people don’t need a reason to play cricket. It’s such a wonderful game that over 104 countries play it officially. In younger ages we used to play 4-4 overs matches, 6-6 overs matches or even it could be a 5 overs match. Then gradually when we grow up and come to know about the various format of cricket such as, Test Cricket, One-Day Cricket and now T-20 Cricket we start adapting official formats of cricket and enter towards the professionalism of the game.

My childhood interest has been knowing about the cricket in various countries and which formats do all the other countries play. I think most of the people are also interested and enthusiastic to know how many formats actually exist in cricket and which are played in the respective countries. 

The game of cricket has a known history beginning in the year 1598, that time Cricket is called as “Creckett”. Having originated in England country.  First International Cricket Match was played between United States vs Canada in the year 1844. Test Cricket began to expand in 1888-1889.

Major formats of International Cricket:

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Test Cricket - What is a Test Match?  The 2 teams of 11 players play a 4 inning cricket match, which may last up to 5 days. Test cricket is examination of team’s focus, determination, ability, endurance, etc. The first officially recognised Test match was played in 1877 between England and Australia Country at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Currently 10 countries are Test playing countries according to International Cricket Council.

1992-cricket-world-cup-teams-and-squadsOne-Day Cricket - What is One-Day Cricket? The 2 teams of 11 players play a 2 inning game in one day. The first officially recognised One-Day Cricket match on 1871 between England and Australia Country at Melbourne Cricket Ground, that time it was 40 overs each side and an 8-ball over. Now World Cup is played in One-Day format (50-50 Overs). Currently round about 104 teams play One-Day Cricket matches.

T20-Cricket-FormatT-20 Cricket - T-20 cricket is short format of cricket, 2 teams play a single inning each, which is restricted to only 20 overs.  It’s was originally introduced by the England and Wales Cricket Board in 2003.  T-20 Cricket is famous in all the cricket playing countries. Mostly many countries plays T-20 Leagues/Tournaments/Matches.

Six-A-Side-Cricket-FormatSix-A-Side Cricket - Six-A-Side is very short format in cricket. It’s was originally introduced by Karp Group Hong-Kong Cricket in 1992. Six-A-Side Cricket format is played only in tournaments and the Tournament format is Double-Round-Robin and Knock-out. Most successful title win by England and Pakistan team (5 Titles Each).

Here is a list of few more formats in Cricket that are played in various countries according to their favourable conditions:

  • 60-60 overs format
  • 45-45 overs format
  • 40-40 overs format
  • 30-30 overs format
  • 10-10 overs format
  • 8-A-Side format
  • 6 to 25 overs format
  • 4 to 12 overs format
  • No overs format

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As we already know, there are plenty of Biographies written on some Cricket Legends and there are also some biographies written by Cricket Legends themselves. Best way to know about anybody is to hear the story from themselves. So I am going to cover list of Biographies and Books authored by Cricket Players.

It all started back in 1951 by an English Cricketer Jim Laker. Book title was “Spinning Round the World” by author Jim Laker and again in 1960 Jim Laker wrote another book and the title of the book was “Over To Me”. From the year 1950 till now there are total of 134 biographies written on Cricket Players. Out of this 104 Biographies are written by the Cricket Players themselves.

List of Biographies and Books Authored by Cricket Players:

This chronologically list all the biographies from the beginning till the present date:

  1. Spinning Round The World - Jim Laker (1951)
  2. Over To Me - Jim Laker (1960)
  3. Thrown Out - Ian Meckiff (1961)
  4. Cricket Delightful - Mushtaq Ali (1967)
  5. Close To Cricket - Brian Close (1968)
  6. Cricket Rebel -  John Snow (1976)
  7. Ball of Fire: An Autobiography - Fred Trueman (1976)
  8. One More Over - Erapalli Prasanna (1977)
  9. Sunny Days  - Sunil Gavaskar (1977)
  10. Imran - Imran Khan with Patrick Murphy (1983)
  11. Playing Days - Tony Lewis (1985)
  12. A Game Enjoyed - Peter May and Michael Melford (1985)
  13. Coming of Age - Eddie Hemmings with Graham Otway (1991)
  14. Beating the Field - Brian Lara (1995)
  15. Uncorked! Diary of a Cricket Year - Dominic Cork (1996)
  16. Under The Southern Cross - David Boon (1997)
  17. Wasim - Wasim Akram with Patrick Murphy (1998)
  18. You Guys Are History! - Devon Malcolm with Patrick Murphy (1998)
  19. Anything But an Autobiography - Richie Benaud (1998)
  20. Mark Taylor: Time to Declare - Mark Taylor (1999)
  21. Courtney: Heart of the Lion - Courtney Walsh (1999)
  22. White Lightning  - Allan Donald with Patrick Murphy (1999)
  23. Aravinda: My Autobiography  - Aravinda de Silva with Shahriar Khan (1999)
  24. What Now? - Phil Tufnell (1999)
  25. Sir Vivian: The Definitive Autobiography  -  Vivian Richards with Bob Harris (2000)
  26. Hands and Heals   - Ian Healy (2000)
  27. David Lloyd: The Autobiography - Anything but Murder  - David Lloyd with Alan Lee (2000)
  28. Botham: My Autobiography  -  Ian Botham with Peter Hayter (2000)
  29. Dazzler: The Autobiography  - Darren Gough with David Norrie (2001)
  30. From Dusk to Dawn  - Fazal Mahmood (2002)
  31. My Autobiography  - Gary Sobers (2002)
  32. Shane Warne: My Autobiography - Shane Warne (2002)
  33. Menace: The Autobiography - Dennis Lillee (2003)
  34. Opening Up - Mike AthertonThird Man to Fatty's Leg - Steve James (2003)
  35. Playing with Fire: The Autobiography -  Nasser Hussain (2004)
  36. Straight from the Heart - Kapil Dev (2004)
  37. Playing For Keeps  - Alec Stewart with Patrick Murphy (2004)
  38. Gazza: The Gary Kirsten Autobiography - Gary Kirsten with Neil Manthorp (2004)
  39. Cutting Edge: My Autobiography - Javed Miandad (2004)
  40. Worth The Wait  - Darren Lehmann (2004)
  41. Calling The Shots  - Michael Vaughan (2005)
  42. Indian Summers - John Wright (2006)
  43. Out of My Comfort Zone  - Steve Waugh (2006)
  44. Freddie Flintoff, My World - Andrew Flintoff (2006)
  45. Brim Full of Passion - Wasim Khan with Alan Wilkins (2006)
  46. Bearders - My Life in Cricket - Bill Frindall (2006)
  47. Twenty20 Vision - Mushtaq Ahmed (2006)
  48. Rising From The Ashes  - Graham Thorpe (2006)
  49. My Story - The Other Side of the Coin - Andy Ganteaume (2007)
  50. Head On  - Ian Botham (2007)
  51. Monty's Turn - Monty Panesar (2007)
  52. My Turn to Spin - Shaun Udal with Pat Symes (2007)
  53. Wasted?  - Paul Smith (2007)
  54. Behind the Shades: The Autobiography  - Duncan Fletcher (2007)
  55. There's Only 2 Tony Cotteys - Tony Cottey with Dave Brayley (2008)
  56. Starting Out: My Story So Fa - Alastair Cook (2008)
  57. Bickers  - Martin Bicknell (2008)
  58. Coming Back to Me  - Marcus Trescothick (2008)
  59. Out of the Park - Craig McMillan (2008)
  60. Line and Strength - Glenn McGrath (2008)
  61. True Colours-  Adam Gilchrist (2008)
  62. Strictly Me - My Life Under the Spotlight - Mark Ramprakash (2009)
  63. Time to Declare  - Michael Vaughan (2009)
  64. The Captain's Tales: Battle for the Ashes  - David Fulton (2009)
  65. Hoggy - Welcome to My World - Matthew Hoggard (2009)
  66. And God Created Cricket  - Simon Hughes (2009)
  67. Graeme Smith: A Captain's Diary  - Graeme Smith with Neil Manthorp (2009)
  68. Driving Ambition - My Autobiography - Andrew Strauss (2009)
  69. Standing My Ground - Matthew Hayden (2010)
  70. Blood, Sweat and Treason -Henry Olonga (2010)
  71. Keeping My Head: A Life in Cricket  - Justin Langer (2010)
  72. No Holding Back: The Autobiography - Michael Holding (2010)
  73. Over But Not Out - ichie Benaud (2010)
  74. No Boundaries - Ronnie Irani (2010)
  75. Start the Car: The World According to Bumble - David Lloyd (2010)
  76. Taking the Mickey: The Inside Story - Mickey Arthur with Neil Manthorp (2010)
  77. The Last Flannelled Fool - Michael Simkins (2011)
  78. The Breaks are Off - My Autobiography - Graeme Swan (2011)
  79. Roo's Book - Bruce Yardley (2011)
  80. Controversially Yours - Shoaib Akhtar (2011)
  81. To The Point - Herschelle Gibbs with Steve Smith (2011)
  82. The Following Game - Jonathan Smith (2011)
  83. Return To The Crease - John Pennington (2012)
  84. Luck: What it Means and Why it Matters - Ed Smith (2012)
  85. Daffy My Life in Cricket  - Phil DeFreitas  (2012)
  86. The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back - Yuvraj Singh (2012)
  87. Jimmy: My Story  - James Anderson with Richard Gibson (2012)
  88. Watto  - Shane Watson with Jimmy Thomson (2012)
  89. Tuffer's Cricket Tales - Phil Tufnell (2012)
  90. Keeping Quiet - Paul Nixon (2012)
  91. Jackers: A Life in Cricket  - Robin Jackman with Colin Bryden (2012)
  92. Fierce Focus: Greg Chappell  - Greg Chappell with Malcolm Knox (2012)
  93. My World in Cricket  - Stuart Broad (2012)
  94. Underneath the Southern Cross  - Michael Hussey (2013)
  95. Ponting: At the Close of Play - Ricky Ponting (2013)
  96. The Gloves are Off: My Life in Cricket  - Matt Prior (2013)
  97. Bouch: Through My Eyes - Mark Boucher with Neil Manthorp (2013)
  98. Tony Greig: Love, War and Cricket - A Family Memoir - Joyce Greig and Mark Greig (2013)
  99. Playing It My Way - Sachin Tendulkar with Boria Majumdar (2014)
  100. KP: The Autobiography - Kevin Pietersen with David Walsh (2014)
  101. Time to Talk - Curtly Ambrose with Richard Sydenham (2015)
  102. Second Innings: My Sporting Life - Andrew Flintoff (2015)
  103. Mind the Windows: My Story - Tino Best with Jack Wilson (2016)
  104. Absolutely Foxed - Graeme Fowler (2016)

Apart from this, there are several other books written by Cricket Experts.

Some of the recommended Autobiographies by Cricket Expert and Fans are:

Farewell to cricket by Don Bradman, Sunil Gavaskar: Sunny Days, All round view by Imran Khan, Steve Waugh: Out of my Comfort Zone, My illustrated career by Shane Warne, Shane Warne: Portrait of a Flawed Genius by Simon Wilde, Gary Sobers: My Autobiography, To the point by Herschelle Gibbs, Kapil Dev: Straight from the Heart, Controversially yours by Shoaib Akhtar and Playing It My Way by Sachin Tendulkar, Boria Majumdar.

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