Abu Dhabi, UAEMonday 22 July 2019

The Cricket Pod: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the UAE season

Co-hosts Paul Radley and Chitrabhanu Kadalayil compare notes for their respective tops and flops

There are two things Rohit Sharma, third from left, has demonstrated this year: one is his ability to dominate any bowling attack in any given conditions in limited-overs cricket; and the other is leading the Indian team ably in the absence of Virat Kohli. Rohit's crowning achievement this year was leading India to the Asia Cup title in the UAE. And in the unlikely event Kohli, who plays a lot of cricket all year round, decides that he has too much on his plate, Rohit can easily slip into full-time captaincy duties. AFP
There are two things Rohit Sharma, third from left, has demonstrated this year: one is his ability to dominate any bowling attack in any given conditions in limited-overs cricket; and the other is leading the Indian team ably in the absence of Virat Kohli. Rohit's crowning achievement this year was leading India to the Asia Cup title in the UAE. And in the unlikely event Kohli, who plays a lot of cricket all year round, decides that he has too much on his plate, Rohit can easily slip into full-time captaincy duties. AFP

This week on The Cricket Pod, co-hosts Paul Radley and Chitrabhanu Kadalayil discuss the highlights of the busiest season in UAE cricket history.

What were the highs and lows, and who were the winners and losers?

Listen here to find out:

Also in this episode:

  • Despite the ODI series outcome, both winners Australia and losers Pakistan will need to take it into perspective.
  • There is much to look forward to when the UAE national team embark on their tours of Oman and Zimbabwe.
  • It is far too early to get excited about a Sanju Samson resurgence despite a remarkable hundred in the IPL.

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Updated: April 2, 2019 03:25 PM

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