Cricket is a game of uncertainties, but if there’s one thing that we can tell you with certainty, it’s that there are some men who follow cricket like it’s their religion and they are the priests. Follow their handles on Twitter, and you’ll never be short of insight and humour while discussing the game with your friends or colleagues.
Your teammates look on as your “surprise” new leg-break delivery gets smashed for 28 in an over by the Indian overseas 🏏 pic.twitter.com/zFMPiheVVC
— Alt Cricket (@AltCricket) January 10, 2017
Run by a doctor, this Twitter account became popular because of its wit, humour and insight.
— Jarrod Kimber (@ajarrodkimber) January 13, 2017
One of the game’s best writers, Jarrod Kimber’s pieces are eagerly awaited within the cricket community.
To overhaul 350 after being 60-4 is a sensational run chase by India. England beaten today but also bruised for the remaining matches
— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) January 15, 2017
Run by one of India’s most senior cricket journalists, this Twitter account will help you form a strong opinion about cricket matters.
Bangladesh third Asian Test side to make 500+ in New Zealand
Pakistan have done it 4 times, while India and now Bangladesh once!#NZvBan
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) January 13, 2017
If you are a sucker for stats, Mohandas Menon’s Twitter account is your Shangrila.
64.9 – Since the start of 2014 (10+ innings), only 1 man (S Smith, 74.2) has a higher Test average than Kane Williamson (64.9). Preview. pic.twitter.com/Znv8t0n3gZ
— OptaJim (@OptaJim) January 11, 2017
Another account filled with insight, this account’s tweets are so good, you’ll find it hard not to retweet them.