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).
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aashay Chavan and Aneesh Tyle dive into all things 2019 World Cup. The group breaks down the teams by tiers, starting with Tier 4 (00:30), then Tier 3 (10:15), followed by Tier 2 (16:10) and concluding with Tier 1 (23:24). The guys make their predictions (44:57) for the four semifinal teams, the two finalists, the 2019 World Cup champion and who will win player of the tournament.
Cricket blogger Tim Dale Lace joins The Follow On to discuss how South Africa cricket has changed since AB de Villiers' retirement, a player fans should watch out for at the World Cup and expectations for the Proteas in the tournament.
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni review IPL 2019, which saw Mumbai Indians take down Chennai Super Kings to capture their fourth IPL title. The trio also discusses the best and most underwhelming XI from IPL 2019 (12:54), including a debate over whether Andre Russell was actually the best player in the league (16:21). The group also hands out the second annual Paul Valthaty Award (29:16) and talks about potential changes needed in IPL (32:50).
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan, Aneesh Tyle and Paarth Joshi break down the most surprising and disappointing teams and players of IPL 2019 through three weeks, the best moments from the competition so far (26:55) and whether RCB should shut down Virat Kohli (46:12).
Australian podcaster Andrew Menczel, host of Cricket Unfiltered, joins The Follow On to discuss how he started in cricket podcasting, the ball-tampering scandal that rocked Australian cricket and how the team is looking ahead of the 2019 World Cup.
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan, Aneesh Tyle and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni break down Australia's 3-2 series win over India (00:23) and look ahead to the World Cup for both squads. The guys then preview IPL 2019 using a tier system, placing teams in tier 3 (13:45), tier 2 (18:46) or tier 1 (30:08) based on their talent level and then giving predictions for how the tournament will pan out (38:45).
CricViz data analyst Patrick Noone joins The Follow On to discuss how he got started covering cricket, the future of analytics in the sport and if England's batting prowess will translate to World Cup success.
Chinmay Vaidya, Paarth Joshi, Aneesh Tyle and Aashay Chavan discuss the Big Bash League final and BCCI's attempt to ban Pakistan from the 2019 World Cup due to a terrorist incident (1:55). The guys also look at India's 4-1 series win over New Zealand (11:00), break down India's upcoming ODI series against Australia (30:10) and look at England's tour in the West Indies (39:50).
International cricket journalist Wajahat Kazmi joins The Follow On to discuss how he got started covering cricket, how the sport has changed in Pakistan over the last decade and what the future holds for the team heading into the 2019 World Cup.
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan and Aneesh Tyle delve into India's successful tour of Australia with a 2-1 win in the Test series and a 2-1 win in the ODI series. The guys also analyze the controversy surrounding Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul (23:00) and break down the 10 most valuable players in the game (33:45).
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan and Paarth Joshi, along with Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni and Nikhil Potnis, take a look at how India can get ahead of Australia in the Test series and the historic effort from Sri Lankan batsmen Angelo Mathews and Kusal Mendis. The group also breaks down the aftermath of the 2019 IPL auction and which players are poised to make a big impact next year for their teams.
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan and Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni discuss the India-West Indies series and Virat Kohli's pursuit of Sachin Tendulkar's ODI records. The guys then dive into Australia's recent struggles and look at two of cricket's most recent bizarre moments.
Chinmay Vaidya and Paarth Joshi discuss the road ahead for India, Pakistan and Bangladesh as the 2019 World Cup continues to draw close. Cricket Adda's Shubham Kulkarni joins the podcast to help review the Asia Cup.
Chinmay Vaidya, Aashay Chavan and Paarth Joshi dish their three favorite cricket matches of all time, weigh in on South Africa's 3-2 ODI series win over Sri Lanka and offer solutions for what India can do to turn around its fortunes in England after falling down 2-0 in the Test series.