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Created for cricket fans by cricket fans, The Follow On brings you the latest news from the pitch, in-depth analysis and opinions from all cricket competitions.
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Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aneesh Tyle and Aashay Chavan react to Mumbai Indians winning IPL 2020 before picking the best XI (10:10) and most underachieving XI (13:11) of the tournament. The group then looks at the future of cricket in bubbles as the Australia and New Zealand summers get set to begin (25:47).
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aneesh Tyle and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni examine each of the IPL franchises at the halfway point of the 2020 competition before discussing general IPL thoughts and potential changes for future editions. Kings XI Punjab (:53) Rajasthan Royals (8:37) Chennai Super Kings (16:24) Sunrisers Hyderabad (25:27) Kolkata Knight Riders (34:38) Royal Challengers Bangalore (45:40) Delhi Capitals (56:29) Mumbai Indians (1:01:32) General IPL thoughts (1:07:40)
IPL 2020 Preview

IPL 2020 Preview

2020-09-1735:39

Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aneesh Tyle and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni preview IPL 2020 as the tournament gets set to take place in UAE amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The group slots each team into one of three tiers (Tier 3 being the worst teams and Tier 1 being the best) and predicts the four playoff teams and eventual IPL 2020 champion.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aashay Chavan and Aneesh Tyle react to Indian icons MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina retiring from international cricket and whether either player will feature in T20 leagues outside the IPL. The group then reacts to England's 1-0 Test series win over Pakistan (15:50) before previewing England's T20 series with Pakistan and a limited overs series against Australia.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aashay Chavan and Aneesh Tyle react to the T20 World Cup being postponed to 2021, the IPL's plan to hold its competition in the United Arab Emirates and the ICC's World Cup ODI Super League starting. The guys then go into England's 2-1 Test series win over the West Indies (23:08), spotlighting the good and bad from both teams in cricket's first major live action since early March before previewing England's Test series with Pakistan.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi and Aashay Chavan react to widespread protests after George Floyd became the latest victim of police brutality in the United States and how the sports figures, including cricketers, have addressed the situation. The group then picks World Cup XIs for each country using only players who have never played in a World Cup final (13:10).
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi and Aashay Chavan select the best XIs from every country using past World Cup champions and finalists.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aashay Chavan, Aneesh Tyle and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni conduct a fantasy draft for The Follow On Premier League using IPL rules.
With cricket at a standstill across the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic, Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi and Aashay Chavan look back on cricket's greatest moments and wonder what would happen if those moments hypothetically turned out differently.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi and Aashay Chavan recap Australia's win over India at the Women's T20 World Cup, which was a tremendous success for growth of the women's game despite some ICC logistical mishaps. The group then dives into New Zealand's 2-0 Test series win over India (7:20), South Africa's impressive showing against Australia (24:50) and some promising youngsters for Sri Lanka and the West Indies (34:59).
Chinmay Vaidya, Aneesh Tyle and Aashay Chavan discuss sportsmanship in cricket and the "spirit of the game" after three high-profile incidents at the Under-19 World Cup. The group also looks at India's T20I and ODI series against New Zealand (14:30) and previews the Test series between the two sides before checking in on South Africa's response against England in its respective limited overs series (29:20). Finally, the guys give their predictions for the 2020 Women's T20 World Cup and examine a trial process at the event where the third umpire alone will be responsible for front foot no-balls (39:03).
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aneesh Tyle and Aashay Chavan react to the tragic news of Kobe Bryant's death and reflect on his impact on the world and their respective lives. The group then makes amends to its Big Bash prediction (6:56) before diving into India's 2-1 series win over Australia and India's tour of New Zealand (13:06), concluding with South Africa attempting to recover in its ODI series against England after dropping three straight Test matches (32:25).
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aashay Chavan, Aneesh Tyle and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni dive into India's 2-1 T20 and ODI series wins against the West Indies and also discuss South Africa's administrative changes, including AB de Villiers' potential return to cricket (17:00). The group then reacts to the IPL auction, picking their best and worst signings, the biggest bargains, which players were surprisingly left unsigned and which teams did the best and worst jobs spending their money (22:05).
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aneesh Tyle and Aashay Chavan break down the most surprising trades and releases heading into the 2020 IPL auction and analyze India's dominant performance over Bangladesh in the T20 and Test formats (11:15). The group then dives into New Zealand's Test series with England (24:03) and Australia's dominant showing in two Tests against Pakistan (35:37).
Chinmay Vaidya and Paarth Joshi break down the latest news in cricket, including Bangladesh's players temporarily striking to improve cricketing conditions and England making The Hundred one step closer to reality (5:02). The duo then analyzes India's demolition of South Africa in a three-match Test series and how both squads shape up going forward (9:33). Finally, the guys dive into Pakistan's ODI and T20 series against Sri Lanka and Sri Lanka's visit to Australia (19:14) before looking at England's interesting changes to its T20 squad in a tour of New Zealand (27:22).
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi and Aashay Chavan dive into Australia retaining The Ashes against England and how the summer results shaped both sides going forward. The group then dives into the 1-1 T20 series between India and South Africa (11:25) and previews the upcoming Test series, while also questioning whether Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer have earned future opportunities with the team.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi and Aneesh Tyle discuss Ben Stokes' historic effort to help England level The Ashes 1-1 against Australia with two Tests remaining (4:17). The trio analyzes India's dominance in the West Indies, looking at Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer's performances and Virat Kohli's resurgence after a relatively quiet 2019 World Cup (16:57). Finally, the group checks in on Sri Lanka's rebuild in its series against New Zealand (34:52).
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni discuss the 2019 Ashes and the start of the inaugural ICC Test Championship. The trio also dives into India's tour of the West Indies (21:05) and Zimbabwe getting suspended by the ICC (32:36) for political interference.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aashay Chavan and Aneesh Tyle recap the thrilling World Cup final between England and New Zealand, including whether both teams should've kept playing a "super over". The guys also give their respective World Cup XIs (14:50) and provide four-year plans for each team heading toward the 2023 World Cup in India (31:41).
Chinmay Vaidya, Aneesh Tyle, Paarth Joshi and Aashay Chavan analyze the 2019 World Cup 30 matches into the tournament. Paarth discusses his World Cup experience as a spectator (00:40) and the group discusses the highlights of the tournament so far and potential alternate World Cup formats (12:22). Finally, everyone gets a chance to amend predictions made on the preview podcast based on the results so far (40:10).
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