The game of cricket has caught up the pace like it never had before. The advent of T20 cricket has changed the landscape of the sport affecting the other two formats as well. While T20 cricket was the harbinger of the dynamism
David Saker, Australia’s bowling coach at the time of the infamous ball-tampering scandal, has denied any prior knowledge about the plan to use sandpaper by discarded opener Cameron Bancroft. The Newlands ball-tampering scandal came into the limelight a few weeks ago when
A few hours after Nick Hockley was announced as the permanent Chief Executive of Cricket Australia, he addressed the IPL 2021 issue for his countrymen. The Australians, including the players, officials, commentators, and coaches, have spent a stressful two months before reuniting
Nick Hockley has been promoted to the role of the permanent Chief Executive of Cricket Australia from holding the interim position for almost a year. He was given the temporary position last June following the sacking of Kevin Roberts during the fallout
Australian head coach Justin Langer has been asked in no certain terms to change his coaching approach after a robust end-of-season review highlighted the demand for the same as senior Australian players move towards taking greater control of the dressing room. Following
Amid a host of former and current cricketers refusing to believe Australia’s bowlers of not knowing about the ball-tampering before, one person has defended them. Former Australia skipper Mark Taylor has thrown his back behind Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, and
Former Australian captain Mark Taylor believes that the resurgence of the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal has weakened Steve Smith’s case of once again leading the Australian cricket team. Steve Smith, who led Australia across all formats following the retirement of Michael Clarke
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has slammed Cricket Australia for their “piecemeal investigation” of the 2018 Sandpaper gate scandal as the controversy has re-erupted and rocked Australian cricket once again. Cameron Bancroft, who was guilty of scuffing the ball with sandpaper in
Former South African seamer Fanie de Villiers has dismissed the claims made by the Australian bowlers that they didn’t have any information about the ball-tampering plot, a response that was prompted by Cameron Bancroft’s stunning revelations to an English tabloid last week.
Australian Test captain Tim Paine has revealed that the bowling unit that took part in the infamous Newlands Test have got in touch with discarded opener Cameron Bancroft and have ‘cleared the air’ over suggestions that they knew about the ball-tampering scandal.