The International Council Cricket Committee [ICC] has recommended that the concept of the contentious Umpire’s Call should stay in the Decision Review System (DRS), citing that the ball-tracking technology is not 100 per cent full proof. According to a published in ESPNCricinfo,
Former South African speedster Morne Morkel is the latest cricketer to opine on the effect of saliva ban on the post-COVID-19 world. The moratorium on applying spit on the ball to shine it has created an uproar amongst cricketing experts, who believe
Former Indian paceman Javagal Srinath has opined on the ban of saliva to shine the ball moving foward. With the Anil Kumble-led ICC Cricket Committee prohibiting the use of saliva to shine the ball, bowlers have already started to feel the pressure.
Indian fast bowler Shardul Thakur hit the breaking news by becoming the first contracted cricketer from the nation to hit the drills amid the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday. At present, India is going through its fourth phase of lockdown in which as
Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is the latest to voice out his opinions on the usage of saliva to shine the ball. The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has forced cricket into suspension for the time being with no fixed date of its resumption. While
International Cricket Council (ICC) have reappointed former Indian National Cricket Team skipper Anil Kumble as the chairman of ICC’s Cricket Committee during its quarterly meet in Dubai on Saturday. Meanwhile, Kumble will serve his final three-year term. The cricket committee work towards