Melbourne/UNI: Australia's limited-overs tour to England is likely to go ahead in September with three T20s and as many ODIs according to a report.
Dhaka/IBNS/UNI: Former Bangladesh cricket captain Mashref Bin Mortaza has tested positive for coronavirus becoming the second high-profile cricketer after former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi, to get infected by the contagion.
Melbourne/UNI: Cricket Australia’s interim CEO Nick Hockley on Saturday sounded confident that if 15 teams can be allowed for the T20 World Cup then fans cannot be denied permission to watch the game live from the stadiums.
Colombo/UNI: The Indian Cricket team's Sri Lanka tour as scheduled for June officially stands cancelled due to ongoing COVID-19 condition.
Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed interim changes to its playing regulations, which include the ban on the use of saliva to shine the ball and allowing home umpires in international series.
Mumbai, Mar 7 (UNI) Former India opener Wasim Jaffer on Saturday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
London/IBNS: Former English cricketer Michael Vaughan entertained his fans by posting a video on the social media where a minor kid, who is wearing diapers, could be seen playing the perfect cricket shot.
Mumbai, July 29 (IBNS): Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli today categorically denied a rift between him and Rohit Sharma. Such rumours have been doing the rounds since the team returned from England after their loss in the semi-finals of World Cup 2019.
Manchester, July 7 (UNI) Sri Lanka got a front-row seat to the Rohit Sharma show and captain Dimuth Karunaratne has urged his batsmen to learn from the Indian opener.
Lucknow, July 7 (UNI): Cricket lovers of the city of Nawabs would be witnessing lots of international cricket in the coming days after BCCI gave its nod to the proposal of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) to make Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana International cricket stadium here as their new home ground.
It’s set to be an exciting couple of months of sport for Indians all over the world with their nation among the favourites to win the Cricket World Cup 2019. Ever since the team aircraft appeared at the Emirates Engineering hangar and the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup trophy made its debut in March, it’s been World Cup fever up and down the country. The ODI competition features the likes of hosts England, Australia, the West Indies, New Zealand, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, but India fans are very optimistic about their chances with Virat Kohli at the helm.
Nottingham, Jun 3 (UNI): Mohammad Hafeez's brilliant 84 off 62, Babar Azam's 63 off 66, skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed's 55 off 44 and Imam-ul-Haq's 44 helped Pakistan post 348 against world No. 1 England here at the ICC Cricket World Cup on Monday.
London, Jun 2 (UNI): Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur is confident that his team will make a strong comeback after having suffered a heavy defeat to West Indies in their opening match of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019.
The Quadrennial ICC Cricket World Cup is without any doubt the most awaited cricketing event in the world. It gets everyone excited right from the fans to seasoned cricket punters. With all eyes of the cricket community locked on to this tournament the big question on everybody’s mind is who is going to win it. What are the ICC Cricket World Cup predictions? Which teams are likely to go the distance and qualify for the semi-finals? Which players are likely to shine during the tournament? We shall try and answer some of these in this ICC Cricket World Cup Predictions.
The ICC Cricket World Cup is just around the corner, with hundreds of million of eyes all preparing to watch proceedings unfold across England and Wales. Australia go into the tournament as the reigning champions and one of the most successful international teams in history, but they will go up against a strong Indian team and a very strong England team.