5 podcasts for cricket fangirls
How exactly does watching a sport like cricket reflect one's masculinity or feminity? While we are in 2019 with men and women all alike, there are people in India who still have trouble believing that women can also watch cricket for non-platonic reasons.
They would make all kinds of stereotypical expressions when you are able to differentiate between 'a cover drive from a straight drive', 'a no ball and a dead one'.
Enough of those raised eyebrows. All you fan girls out there, instead of bothering about men doubting your sincerity for cricket, plug your ears to these podcasts and get ready to crush the male ego.
Its Cricket Show – World Cup Special
This is the world's first 'Hinglish language' cricket podcast, which connects the biggest cricket-loving Hindi-speaking population with a global English-speaking audience.
Hosted by Hamid Shaikh, this World Cup special version is for those who love cricket and want to catch-up everything that is going on around the cricketing world, this is the ultimate destination for keeping up to date.
This 92 episode podcast talks about Indian Cricket. Hosted by Aakash Chopra, a former International Cricket player, and a well-known cricket analyst, this is the absolute go-to podcast for all you cricket fans to acquire all the latest cricket updates.
Edges and Sledges
A weekly cricket podcast, Edges and Sledges centres on Indian cricket and the IPL. Conceived by the 1 Tip 1 Hand blog team, there are three podcast hosts who are the average Indian cricket fans based out of Singapore, London and Cincinnati. They collaborate on the platform to talk about the week's biggest cricketing stories.
On Cricket, Off Topic
Three hosts; Rahul Bhaskar, Ujjwal Grover, and Abhishek Deshpande take you down the memory lane, talking about their growing up days with cricket during the 1990s and 2000s. Each episode explores.
An original series by India's leading audio streaming app Hubhopper, Howzzat keeps you up to date with the latest news and analysis from the world of cricket. There's a lot to look forward to with international tours and series, to the IPL and, of course, the World Cup.