Cricket Tour Books December 2021
This issue for Cricket Tour Books December 2021 has several new items for you to read and add to your collection. Firstly, it is almost an undeniable fact that cricket has the richest literature of any sport. There are volumes cricket tour books about cricket tours and cricket series. There is a reason for this. Cricket tour books provide wonderful insights into cricket test matches. Tour matches provide a significant history of cricket for cricket aficionados. From these books, we gain insights that include matches analyses and player statistics. Secondly, they provide information on how players have contributed to winning or losing. These books also discuss the tactical and strategic subtleties of each of the games. Similarly, they provide information on the characters playing at the time. Without tour books we forget the contributions made by teams and players. The information adds to body and weight of the game that is unique to the game of cricket. These includes explaining the controversies of the games. For example the ‘Bodyline’ Ashes series in 1932-33 or the ‘Ball Tampering’ scandal of 2018. These controversies are not limited to the field and include players and teams. Authors of note include Neville Cardus, Alan Ross, Gideon Haigh and Christopher Martin-Jenkins. Of course there are other authors who specialise in this field of cricket writing.
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