This week’s Talking Cricket podcast is somewhat of a Younis Khan love-in, as the team reflect on his remarkable achievement of becoming Pakistan’s first cricketer to 10,000 Test runs.
Host Barny Read and regulars Joy Chakravarty and Ajit Vijaykumar also share their fondest memories of Younis’ career and his greatest innings.
The team also tackle the IPL at its midway stage and explain how some teams are already staring at early exits.
Finally, looking to UAE cricket, captain Rohan Mustafa scored another century this week and we believe the added responsibility of leading the country is only aiding Mustafa and his team-mates.
The 2017 NBA Playoffs begin on Saturday and Sport360 has you covered with a complete preview of the eight fixtures.
The Indiana Pacers and Cleveland Cavaliers get the ball rolling in the first round in the Eastern Conference.
In the Western Conference, Golden State Warriors will face Portland Trailblazers.
More importantly though, listen and find out which one of our writers has never watched Top Gun. Tune in!
The fortnight gap between Australia and China has dragged on…but here we are!
In this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Mithila and Kunal talk about the Ferrari vs. Mercedes battle that will resume at the Shanghai International Circuit on Sunday.
Will Ferrari’s pace be further validated or will it prove to be that Australia was a flash in the pan?
Our hosts also discuss how and why Max Verstappen doesn’t know of the ever-popular heel-toe concept that’s used in racing ever since. Is it because the junior formula cars have moved to Formula 1-style paddle shift cars too?
Like always, we’ve got a few funny ones on Mclaren, we decode the typical April Fool’s jokes that were cracked on April Fool’s Day, of course, we pick our favourite too.
Hamilton’s chosen to go solo for his physical training, while he’s caught up with Alonso as the sport’s ‘most popular’ driver in a survey – haven’t the Dutch fans out-voted every other driver to give their favourite Max Verstappen in honour?
Tune in for a few laughs and few insights as we excitedly wait for the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix.