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India Fined 20% of Match Fee for Slow Over-rate in First ODI Against West Indies

India has been penalized 20% of team match fee for a poor over rate against the West Indies in the first One-Day International (ODI) on July 22 at Port of Spain. The Indian team, captained by Shikhar Dhawan, came one over below the objective when bowling second. The home side got near to a 309-run mark, but India won by three runs and grabbed a 1-0 lead in the three-match... continue reading.

Indians Who Scored Century at Lords Cricket Ground

The Lords Cricket Ground London owned by Marylebone Cricket Club is regarded as one of the most iconic cricket stadiums around the world. It is regarded as the Mecca of Cricket and holds a significant place in the rich history of the cricket game. Every batsman really would like to remember the spectacular sight of the Long Room and the iconic Lord’s Honors Board. Within the change room, the Lord’s... continue reading.

ODI Cricket Is Dying, It Is Just a Drag Now: Wasim Akram

Legendary Pakistan speedster Wasim Akram believes one-day internationals should be phased out of the international cricket schedule. He also stated that one-day games will not pack arenas, particularly in Asian countries. Akram also supported England’s top allrounder Ben Stokes’ choice to withdraw from One-Day Internationals. The left-handed hitter had previously indicated that an “unsustainable” schedule had taken its toll on him, prompting him to retire from the 50-over format at... continue reading.

Cheteshwar Pujara Continues His Excellent Form for Sussex with Third Double Hundred of the Season

Cheteshwar Pujara was batting like a dream ever since he joined the Sussex side to play county cricket in England. The veteran batter has smashed yet another century against Middlesex at Lords in the ongoing battle of the County Championship Division Two game. Cheteshwar Pujara’s purple patch in county cricket has continued with his third double-century of the season.He was also appointed as the captain of the side in the... continue reading.

The Top 10 Richest Cricketers in the World

Cricket is the most popular sport in many nations, including India, and is the second most popular sport after football worldwide. The Board of Control for Cricket in India is the richest cricket board in the world. Almost all the cricketing nations are well equipped with a considerable amount of income for their players, just like football and golf players. Even though there are many nations that play cricket which... continue reading.

Graeme Smith Appointed as the Commissioner for CSA’s New T20 League

Graeme Smith, the veteran South African leader, has been named commissioner of the CSA’s new T20 competition. As South Africa enters the domestic T20 league scene, Test cricket’s most accomplished leader Smith will manage both the cricketing and non-cricketing parts of the league. This is the first time a retired player has led a T20 league. The suggested league will actually occur in January and February of 2023. In order... continue reading.

Denesh Ramdin Retires from All Forms of International Cricket

Denesh Ramdin, the former West Indies captain, has  officially announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket with immediate effect. The Trinidadian wicketkeeper-batter, who has been a member of the Caribbean side since 2005 and owns several records while playing for his country. He will remain to compete in franchise-based events after taking retirement from international games. Ramdin hasn’t appeared in an international match since December of 2019. He... continue reading.

BCCI Appeals to the Supreme Court for an Instant Hearing on the Revision of the Board’s Constitution

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) filed a move with the Supreme Court, seeking an early hearing on a petition for authorisation to amend six board regulations. The matter is now expected to be addressed quickly. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly’s term has been prolonged, and his mandate, together with Secretary Jay Shah’s, will finish in September 2022. At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2019, the BCCI General... continue reading.

Hardik Pandya May Play for Any White Ball Side Merely as a Batter: Ashish Nehra

Hardik Pandya’s bowling has suffered as a result of the extensive back surgery he underwent in 2019. The star Indian all-rounder was suffering from back pain, which led him to fly to the United Kingdom for treatment because it was affecting his play. His IPL coach, Ashish Nehra, believes Hardik may be utilized as a sixth bowler and therefore should be regarded solely as a batting all-rounder. After fully recovering... continue reading.

Jasprit Bumrah Opens Up on His Consistency and Partnership with Mohammed Shami

India’s 10-wicket win over England on July 12 was largely due to the pacers’ dominance in the first session. Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Shami’s combination has done miracles for the Men in Blue, and the latter feels that interaction is the secret to their triumph. Bumrah and Shami were simply unplayable for the English batters as they shared nine wickets between them. Bumrah picked up six wickets with four of... continue reading.