On this week's LANSO Cyrus is joined by comedian and writer Mukesh Manjunath. The two of them give their opinion and analysis of the Edgbaston test that kicks off the Ashes, how England is expected to perform in the light of the recent England-Ireland match, and Mukesh makes an argument about why Australia are the favourites to dominate the Ashes.
On super sporting Sunday we probably witnessed the best cricket world cup final of all time, but it came mired in controversy because of the rule to choose the victor. Comedian and sports podcaster Mikhail Almeida joins Cyrus Broacha to discuss the superb final and its repercussions on the future of cricket. Will it lead to cricket having a resurgence in England? Were the Kiwis the "real" winners of the match? And how does the 2019 world cup fare in the pantheon of world cups? All this and more on Left Arm Not So Orthodox - LANSO.
On this week's LANSO Cyrus and Abbas are in the studio discussing the close matches that happened in the week gone by. India's nail biting clash with Afghanistan that exposed the chink in India's middle order, West Indies' heartbreaking loss against New Zealand and Bangladesh emerging as the dark horse of the tournament.
The world cup fever on LANSO continues. This week Cyrus is joined by comedian Aakash Mehta. The 2 of them review the India Australia game, asses what factors led to our dominating victory and also discuss about India’s upcoming games in the league stage.
On this week's cricket special - LANSO, cricket writer and analyst Vivek Krishnan from The Fan Garage joins Cyrus to discuss what is up with the flat English wickets, do bowlers matter now that most games are averaging 650 runs? They also speak about the Bangladesh-West Indies encounters and Indian spinners.
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On this week's episode of our cricket special 'Left Arm not So Orthodox' - LANSO Cyrus is joined by stand-up comedians Aakash Mehta & Punit Pania, They discuss Steve Smith's performance as skipper, the Mumbai & Kolkata match which Mumbai lost, the weird colours of the Rajasthan team, which teams are likely to take the top 4 spots and test Punit's knowledge of the current roster of IPL players.
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On this week's Cock & Bull Cyrus is joined by author and columnist Vivek Kaul along with Amit and Abbas. The 4 of them have a lengthy chat about India's first ever test series win in Australia. They discuss shortcomings of the Aussie squad, the emerging Indian players and the impact (or non impact) of this series on the 2019 world cup and the IPL. They also briefly discuss the trailers of 'Thackeray' and 'The Accidental Prime Minister', the nature of political films and the new quota bill allowing 10% reservation to the economically weak.
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