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ONE of Pakistan cricket’s true entertainers has declared he won’t hold back on his flamboyance with the bat during the tour match starting Thursday. Sarfraz Ahmed, who has a Test batting average of 41 and a strike rate akin to Australia’s star opener David Warner, threatens to put on a show…
Catch all the live updates of the second ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Canberra
The English and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is considering the option of using the Olympic stadiums for staging the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. The mega event was previously held in Australia and the hosts were crowned the champions. As the trend has been since the last two editions, the hosts have been winning the […] The post ECB ponders using Olympic stadiums for 2019 World Cup appeared first on CricTracker.
Former Australian speedster Brett Lee believes that it is high time for pacer Pat Cummins to get in the mix of things for Test cricket. Cummins has made sporadic appearances for the national side but is yet to play in the longest format. The Cricket Australia has had a very protective behaviour towards Cummins
New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill lamented on his side’s inability to bowl well in the middle overs after the 68-run defeat to Australia in the first One-Day International in Sydney.
Australia batsman Adam Voges admits that his international career may be over after missing the final Test against South Africa.
One of the most prolific run-scorer in Australian domestic cricket history, Adam Voges will surely rank among one of the most respectable cricketers from Australia whose career spanned for nearly 15 years. Voges recently divulged that his Test career is in the twilight and might be coming to an end pretty soon.
Usman Khawaja continued his pink-ball dominance with an unbeaten 147 against Western Australia in the first day of Queensland’s Sheffield Shield match in Perth
Australia possessed the dream team, the team that was called the ‘Invincibles’ back at the time of 2003 World Cup, and coming into the competition, they were the most serious contenders for the title and they were there to defend their title. Having won 5 World Cups, most by any cricket playing nation, the Australian team […] The post 2003 World Cup winning Australian team and where are they now appeared first on CricTracker.
Pacer Rubel Hossain has replaced the injured Mohammad Shahid in the 22-member preliminary squad for the New Zealand series. Rubel will, therefore, travel with the team to Australia next week in order to prepare for Bangladesh’s tour of New Zealand. The squad will train in Sydney from December 11 before leaving to New Zealand.
Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq rejoined the Pakistan cricket team in Australia ahead of the three-match Test series starting from December 15. Misbah had to cut short his New Zealand tour last month and return to Pakistan following the news of the death of his father-in-law. In his absence vice captain Azhar Ali had led the team in the second Test at Hamilton
Match is scheduled to start at 08:50 AM IST in Canberra, Australia.
Veteran Australia batsman Adam Voges admits that his international career may be over after missing the final Test against South Africa due to concussion. The post Voges: Test career may be over appeared first on Cricket365.com.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson said that his team’s decision to not review a leg before appeal on Australia’s captain Steve Smith was perhaps the right one as there was a significant amount of doubt from his on-field players and also from people off the field. Smith survived a close leg before appeal when he was batting on 14 […] The post Decision not to review Steve Smith lbw was understandable: Mike Hesson appeared first on CricTracker.
New Zealand opener Martin Guptill’s century in the first ODI against Australia went in vain on Sunday, and he lamented his side’s poor effort in the field.
Considering the upcoming India-Australia series, Warne insisted that Maxwell could prove to be very handy on Indian pitches.
The England spinner will replace Australian leggie Kristen Beams to become the fifth England player to play in Women’s Big Bash League
The decision not to review a leg before wicket appeal on Australia’s captain Steve Smith was the right one at the time, Mike Hesson has said.
Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell would do well to find a mentor he can trust to advise him on his career, says former Test batsman Dean Jones.
New Zealand batsman scored 49 off 59 balls in first ODI against Australia The post Munro looking to anchor innings, rather than explode appeared first on The Express Tribune.