Category Archives: Sunni Upal

Short-changed on cricket’s future: Sunni Upal

At 3am on Sunday February 12 I was ready to watch an hour or so of Sachin Tendulkar on television, but my plans were thwarted. First of all Australia won the toss and decided to bat. And then, more importantly, … Continue reading

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Why I choose to fail the ‘Tebbit test’: Sunni Upal

Why do so many British-born Asians choose to follow the country of their roots rather than the country of their birth? Why do these Asians choose to fail the so-called ‘Tebbit test’? I’m a Brit, with a British passport, who … Continue reading

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Fixture list chaos is unacceptable: Sunni Upal

Working at Lord’s this season has opened my eyes to the number of catastrophic mistakes in the domestic cricket calendar. When you see how the thoughtlessness of the fixture list directly affects the spectator, it brings home the folly of … Continue reading

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Sunni Upal: Why India will now safeguard ODIs

Cast your minds back to April 2007. Australia went to the Caribbean having just thumped England 5-0 in the Ashes and then dominated in the West Indies to claim their third consecutive World Cup. How times change…especially for the Aussies! … Continue reading

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