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Bits and Pieces : The friendliest cricket podcast

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The friendliest transcontinental cricket podcast. Join us, a group of Indian fans located in various parts of the globe as we talk through the goings on in cricket through stories, anecdotes and stats. Liberally smattered with attempts at humour, puns, and banter, Bits and Pieces is ideally coupled with a cold beverage and a pinch of salt on the rim. If cricket be your food of love, play on.

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Latest Episodes

This week on the friendliest cricket podcast, the Bits and Pieces gang talk about the CWG semi finals, the beleaguering leagues of T20 and follow the money created by the monopsony of cricket. Also, what is India's ideal T20 side? And how does it dif... more

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3 days ago

On episode 30 of Bits and Pieces, your friendliest cricket pod gang gets together to round up all the cricketing action from the week that was. Join Tony, Srinath, Abhishek, Thejaswi, and Vikas as they discuss the shift of power centre from Lord's to... more

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12 days ago

Episode 29 is all about nostalgia about ODIs by Rachana, Sidin, Chops and PGK. Find out what it was like to watch Shabash Mithu in an empty theatre in London with a bottle of Old Monk. Plus the most memorable (and painful) ODIs watched, what bizarre ... more

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19 days ago

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 7 ratings
  • Review

    Top banter. Lovely humour. Crisp. Good

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    mohankAus
    Australia6 months ago
  • Just the kind of cricket banter the world needs

    A bunch of hardcore cricket fans hanging out around a water cooler and chatting about the glorious game. As Shastri would say, “Just what the doctor ordered”.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Yoyoma2522
    India7 months ago
  • Fun listen

    Love it - The detailed cricket chat, the wise cracks and everything in between.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Jose Paul Mathee
    Germany7 months ago
  • Perfect Cricket Podcast

    An excellent cricketing podcast which I have been craving for since long! more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    iamvisshal
    United States7 months ago

Chart Positions

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#11 United States/Sports/Cricket
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#26 United Kingdom/Sports/Cricket
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#27 Germany/Sports/Cricket
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#96 Australia/Sports/Cricket
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#8 Norway/Sports/Cricket
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#15 India/Sports/Cricket

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