CricBlog Editorial Policy and Fact-Checking Process

CricBlog, one of the world’s most exciting up-and-coming Cricket Blogs, is dedicated to delivering accurate and up-to-date information to our readers all over the world. CricBlog’s editorial policy outlines the standards we follow to ensure the quality and reliability of all the content on the website.

Fact-Checking for Accuracy

All information is fact-checked for accuracy before publishing. Our team of writers and editors ensure that:

  • Facts, quotes, and statements are backed up with references to original sources.
  • Any primary research or interviews conducted by CricBlog is clearly defined as CricBlog’s own content.
  • Cricket statistics such as matchups and head-to-head records are checked against trustworthy and authoritative sources such as ESPNcricinfo and Cricmetric.

Use of References

CricBlog ensures that:

  • Original sources are referenced when stating facts, quotes, and statements. Wherever possible, CricBlog will link to the source in question to add further context for readers.
  • News pieces are cited with the appropriate references.

Primary Research

CricBlog is committed to providing engaging content that stems from our own primary research and activities. These include:

  • Conducting interviews with cricketers on the official CricBlog TV YouTube channel and then publishing stories on the website.
  • Engaging fans in surveys and polls around some of the biggest topics in cricket, including where the future of the sport is headed. Fans’ responses are kept anonymous and are presented in articles and infographics. Check out our future of cricket content.

We adhere to the following guidelines:

  • All research methods are clearly defined to the readers.
  • We ensure that all data collected is true and not amended in any way to suit a particular agenda.
  • The privacy and confidentiality of any research participants is of utmost priority.

No Influence on Editorial Calendar or Plan

CricBlog maintains strict editorial independence. We ensure our content is free from external influence and offers value to our readers.

All content published is at the perogative of CricBlog. No external party, including advertisers and sponsors, has a say in the editorial calendar and what is eventually published.

Should conflicts of interest arise, they will be appropriately disclosed to the readers. All editorial decisions are made with the audience in mind to ensure they have a valuable experience when visiting the website.

Reviewing and Updating Existing Content

CricBlog often updates articles to ensure they are relevant, accurate and up-to-date. We follow the following processes:

  • Content is reviewed on a regular basis to be updated with any new information.
  • While CricBlog aims to ensure total accuracy, there may be occasions where there is an error. Readers are welcome to contact the website and provide feedback. All feedback will be acted upon as soon as possible.
  • All content has a publish date and time, and it is specified when the article was last modified or updated.

Our writing team

Our writing and editorial team comprises of passionate cricket fans as well as experienced professionals with backgrounds in journalism and marketing.

CricBlog ensures that:

  • Our writers have the ability and expertise to produce high-quality, engaging content.
  • Writers are given with feedback on where they can improve.


This editorial policy is in place to ensure standards of accuracy, reliability, and integrity. By sticking to this policy, we aim to ensure that CricBlog’s readers access information that is not only engaging, but informative and factful.