Articles by David Oram
May 12, 2016
RIP Tony Cozier: The legendary voice of West Indies cricket falls silentThe passing of Tony Cozier truly marks the end of a glorious chapter of West Indies cricket – the golden years of his matchless broadcasting.
May 09, 2016
IPL 2016: Lions are kings of IPL jungle once again, but win over KKR far from flawlessThey now have a well-earned rest, and will return to the fray against RCB knowing that one more win will be enough to qualify for the IPL's later stages.
May 07, 2016
IPL 2016: Ten things the Gujarat Lions can do to get back to winning waysArray
May 04, 2016
Still top of IPL table, but Gujarat Lions look tired, jaded and unsure of best XILions need to find balance — in their cricket, and their playing XI. On paper they are a strong side, when they are fit, and when they pick the right combination. But right now, they are looking tired and jaded
May 02, 2016
'Indian' Premier League: When domestic lights outshone overseas starsIf this was a case of David beating Goliath, it wasn’t so much the unexpected victory of bottom versus top, but of unsung heroes out-matching the big names
Apr 30, 2016
The best team in IPL 2016: What an overseas fan makes of Gujarat LionsWin over Rising Pune Supergiants showed once again why Gujarat Lions are the team everyone else has to beat in IPL 9.
Apr 28, 2016
IPL 2016: Selfish Raina's tame captaincy almost cost Gujarat Lions the matchEven armed with an able, varied attack, Raina made a succession of bizarre bowling changes and colossal blunders after the game had seemed all but won.
Apr 25, 2016
IPL 2016: Strong win over RCB shows that Gujarat Lions have found winning combinationFor the first time in IPL 2016, the Gujarat Lions look balanced with the inclusion of batting all-rounder Dwayne Smith.
Apr 22, 2016
IPL 2016: Sunrisers win every single battle, maul Gujarat Lions in their own denThe Gujarat Lions lost by 10 wickets with 31 balls to spare. They were thrashed out of sight; annihilated, obliterated, hammered by the Sunrisers Hyderabad
Apr 19, 2016
Leave the Wisden Cricketer's Almanack alone, there's nothing wrong with itI defend Wisden Almanack. I defend its choices, and its right to make those choices based on its own criteria. If readers don't like it, then don't read it