Former India wicketkeeper Kiran More feels that the WTC final versus New Zealand won’t be easy at all for Virat Kohli’s side. Kiran More reckons the Indian batters need to put up runs on the scoreboard, which is going to be a challenging
New Zealand pacer Trent Boult is excited to take on India in the inaugural ICC WTC final, in Southampton starting from June 18, and is hoping for the Kiwis to create history. However, what the left-arm seamer couldn’t grasp is mind around
India‘s young batting sensation, Shafali Verma has retained her numero uno spot at the top of ICC WT20I batting rankings in the latest ranking released. The 17-year-old took the world by storm in the Women’s T20 World Cup last year, helping the
Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja lavished high praises for the current Indian team, which has become a world-beating side under its charismatic leader Virat Kohli. Ramiz Raja reckons there is a “controlled madness” in the Asian giants as the skipper leads from
The musical chairs with the captaincy in the Afghanistan cricket team continue as now the all-format skipper, Asghar Afghan has been sacked by the board across formats following their loss to Zimbabwe. On Monday, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) announced that they
Senior India offspinner Ravichandran Ashwin points out the aspect of why his Tamil Nadu teammate Vijay Shankar has gone off the radar of the national side. On the back of his 3-dimensional characteristics, Shankar was even taken to the 2019 World Cup
Babar Azam, the all-format Pakistan captain, says he will have discussions with Mohammad Amir about his retirement and the possibility of making a comeback to the national side. Last December, the pacer made an abrupt retirement from international cricket, aged 28. He
Awards galore for fast bowler Anrich Nortje at Cricket South Africa‘s (CSA) annual awards ceremony, which was held virtually on Monday. The 27-year-old speedster bagged as many as four awards on the night. Nortje became the 12th player to win the “Men’s
An encouraging piece of news for the Indian cricketers – both men and women – is that the UK government has given its clearance to allow the families of players, coaching and support staff, to accompany them on the upcoming England tour.
Senior India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar and his wife, Nupur Nagar, have reportedly been placed in isolation at their residence in Meerut as a precautionary measure after both of them showed symptoms of the covid-19. Their samples are collected and sent for testing.