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Eoin Morgan Net Worth and Assets Details

Former England white-ball skipper Eoin Morgan had decided to retire from all forms of cricket on June 28. Morgan is the first-ever England captain to lift the 50-over World Cup. The England side had previously been a part of the World Cup finals three times prior to that and was never able to come out on the winning side. He played a vital role in the transformation of the England... continue reading.

England Announced Their Lineup for the Rescheduled Test Match Against India

The team for England’s fifth Test match against India has been revealed with the match set to begin on July 1 in Birmingham. The selection committee has chosen to stick with the team that thrashed New Zealand in the three-match Test series. Thanks to half-centuries from Joe Root, Ollie Pope, and Jonny Bairstow, who slammed 71* off only 44 deliveries, the home team easily chased down 296 runs on the... continue reading.

Eoin Morgan Plans on Retiring from International Cricket Due to Loss of Form

Eoin Morgan, the England captain who led his team to victory in the World Cup, is allegedly contemplating his destiny and may announce his retirement from international cricket this week. The long drought of the form regarding the England captain was a huge concern for the team for a long period of time. The 35-year-old experienced form and fitness concerns during the recently finished ODI series against the Netherlands in... continue reading.

Rishabh Pant, Cheteshwar Pujara, and Jasprit Bumrah To feature for Leicestershire in the Warm-up Match

The Indian squad has arrived in England in preparation for the one-off Test match against the hosts that will begin at Edgbaston on July 1. Prior to the crucial Test match against England, India will play Leicestershire County Cricket Club (LCCC) in a four-day match on Thursday, June 23. In the morning practice on Wednesday, the team’s captain, Rohit Sharma, Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Hanuma Vihari, Jasprit Bumrah,... continue reading.

Harshal Patel Holds the Key for India in the Upcoming T20 World Cup of 2022: Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar, the legendary figure in Indian cricket, believes that Harshal Patel, the quick bowler, might be one of Rohit Sharma’s secret weapons in the forthcoming T20 World Cup 2022. Graeme Smith, the former captain of South Africa, also praised Harshal, stating that the Indian fast bowler is a “huge value” to the side and possesses all the qualities of an all-around bowler. Gavaskar thinks it is “wonderful” for a... continue reading.

Must Choose 20 Players for the T20 World Cup 2022 Quickly: Rahul Dravid

The wall of Indian cricket, Rahul Dravid took over the role as Indian head coach this year and it has been quite an up and down journey for both the coach and the team all the way. Rohit Sharma on the other hand has only improved his captaincy record ever since he took over the captaincy to be the permanent captain of team India across all formats. However, the head... continue reading.

Babar Azam is on the Verge of Surpassing Virat Kohli in ODIs: Ian Bishop

Veteran West Indies player and commentator Ian Bishop has praised Pakistani captain Babar Azam, who recently topped the ICC T20I and ODI Batting rankings, and claimed that he is arguably the “ultimate super 50-over batter” in the game, nearly surpassing India’s Virat Kohli. The renowned commentator believes that the 27-year-old is headed for greatness, especially in the 50-over format where he averages over 60 and has scored 17 hundred. Kohli... continue reading.

Nitin Menon Retained by the ICC in Their Elite Panel

Nitin Narendra Menon, the Indian umpire from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, who is 38 years old, has been once again re-elected to the ICC Elite Panel and will soon make his return to Sri Lanka as a neutral umpire. He is an Indian umpire who competed for Madhya Pradesh in List A cricket and has officiated in both the Australian Sheffield Shield and Ranji Trophy competitions. He replaced Nigel Llong in... continue reading.

New Zealand All-Rounder Michael Bracewell Tests Positive for COVID-19

The New Zealand all-rounder Michael Bracewell tested positive for the new coronavirus the day following the second Test’s concluding final day, amid England’s stunning victory against New Zealand at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. Bracewell was a member of the New Zealand team’s playing lineup. On the last day of the second Test, the hosts defeated the tourists by a margin of five wickets, and Bracewell, who had made his Test... continue reading.

Kane Williamson to Skip England’s Second Test upon Testing Positive for COVID-19

Kane Williamson has been ruled out of the second Test match against England upon testing positive for COVID-19 the day before the game, which begins on June 10 (Friday) in Trent Bridge, Nottingham. He’ll be held in confinement for 5 days, and batsman Tom Latham will take over as skipper for the Kiwis while he’s away. Williamson is considered one of the finest batters in the world, and New Zealand... continue reading.