newscricket41 minutes ago

Common trend in England to use David Warner’s name to spike book sales, quips Tim Paine

Australia’s Test skipper Tim Paine has said, in response to Ben Stokes’ assertations, that it’s very common among Englishmen to use David Warner’s name in order to raise book sales. Stokes had earlier revealed in his book that it was Warner’s chirps at the field that raged the fire in him.
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newscricket3 days ago

David Warner's chirps was personal motivation behind Headingley heroics, reveals Ben Stokes

England all-rounder Ben Stokes has gone on to reveal that “a chirpy David Warner” motivated him to step up in Headingley and pull off the miraculous victory during the Ashes. In his new book “On Fire”, Stokes revealed that shaking hands with Warner after the win was the most satisfactory thing ever.
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newscricket6 days ago

Racism needs to be kicked out of sport, it's not 2007 anymore, states Jofra Archer

English pacer Jofra Archer, who has been subject to racist abuse in the past, believes that the world is changing and that it's time for people to kick racism completely out of sport. Archer also stated that he sees himself as a role model for British West Indians who aspire to play for England.
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newscricket11 days ago

Twitter reacts to Rohit Sharma losing his cool and abusing third umpire for out-not out gaffe

While Virat Kohli is seen as the “potty mouth” in the current Indian team, Rohit Sharma is trying hard to get a piece of that action on that front as well. Today, after third umpire Anil Chaudhary accidently pushed the wrong button while giving a decision, Rohit was seen mouthing the infamous words.
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newscricket12 days ago

The Hundred | Darren Lehmann appoints Aaron Finch as captain of Northern Superchargers

Australian T20 and ODI captain Aaron Finch has been named as the captain of Northern Superchargers by coach Darren Lehmann. The right-handed explosive opener was the first pick of Lehmann from the draft of The Hundred and the experience of already having worked with him will help the team a lot.
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newscricket18 days ago

Won't say I'll be finished after the T20 World Cup, states Eoin Morgan

England's maiden World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan has informed he would take a call on his career after the 2020 Australia T20 World Cup. Morgan has also shared that he doesn't want to let anyone down and added that he is lucky to lead the bunch of extremely talented guys in English set-up.
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newscricket21 days ago

England's 50-over World Cup triumph will inspire T20 World Cup challenge, hopes Jonny Bairstow

Jonny Bairstow is hoping that England’s maiden 50-over World Cup title win earlier in 2019 will inspire them to have a successful outing at the World T20 in Australia next summer. Eoin Morgan will take charge of a squad featuring a bunch of new faces that will take on New Zealand in five T20Is.
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newscricket21 days ago

Rest and rotation key for England going forward, believes Ed Smith

England's chief selector Ed Smith feels that it is absolutely key for the team management to rest and rotate their players going forward, in order to keep them fresh and not burn them out. England have rested Joe Root, Jos Buttler, and Ben Stokes from the five-match T20I series against New Zealand.
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newscricketa month ago

NZ vs ENG | Got to move on from World Cup glory, says Chris Silverwood

Newly-appointed England coach Chris Silverwood has admitted that his team cannot afford to dwell on their World Cup glory and will now have to shift their focus to what's ahead of them. Silverwood also stated the T20Is against New Zealand will serve as a golden opportunity for the youngsters.
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featurecricketa month ago

World XI of Test Cricketers that can conquer Indian fortress

Since 2013, eight countries have tried to conquer the mighty Indian team in their own backyard and all eight have returned empty-handed. Their dominance has reached such absurd heights where it seems like the only way to trump them would be by forming a World XI and even that seems like a long shot.
Anirudh Suresh