newscricket2 days ago

David Warner hints at Aaron Finch's inclusion in the Indore ODI

David Warner has hinted that Aaron Finch might be match-fit for the third ODI against India in Indore. The Aussie vice-captain defended their performance against spinners, deflecting the blame towards the existing pressure on the batsmen at the time of the spinners' introduction.
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newscricket2 days ago

David Warner: MS Dhoni did great as a captain and is nurturing Virat Kohli now

Australia vice-captain David Warner was all praise for Mahendra Singh Dhoni, admiring his achievements as a captain and his current role as a mentor to current skipper, Virat Kohli. The explosive batsman lamented the lack of key partnerships that led Australia to lose the second ODI by 50 runs.
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newscricket3 days ago

David Warner : Pressure on Kuldeep Yadav to perform

David Warner has taken a dig at Kuldeep Yadav by stating that even though he appreciates Yadav's confidence, the pressure was still on the Indian to perform. Yadav had said that Warner was under pressure against him, adding that he hoped to keep the status quo for the remainder of the series.
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newscricket3 days ago

Bhuvneshwar Kumar uses his IPL knowledge to get rid of David Warner

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who picked up three wickets at the cost of just nine runs in the Kolkata ODI, has revealed that he knew about David Warner’s struggles against outswingers in the IPL and that helped him plot his dismissal. The pacer has also credited trainer Shankar Basu for increasing his pace.
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newscricket4 days ago

Wrist spinners offer more wicket-taking options than finger spinners, feels Kuldeep Yadav

India’s chinaman spinner, Kuldeep Yadav, believes that wrist spinners have more variations in bowling compared to the conventional finger spinners, and are therefore offer a bigger wicket-taking threat. The confident youngster also feels David Warner takes pressure upon himself while facing him.
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newscricket5 days ago

Michael Clarke : Without T20 cricket, we might not have seen David Warner or Hardik Pandya

Michael Clarke disagrees with the fact that shortest format of the game has adversely affected Test cricket stating that players like David Warner and Hardik Pandya have emerged as a result of T20 cricket. Clarke, moreover, is still optimistic about Australia's chances of winning the series.
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newscricket6 days ago

Over-reliance on Smith and Warner troublesome, feels Michael Slater

Former Australia opener Michael Slater has claimed that the Australian Test team is overly dependent on Steve Smith and David Warner and the amount of runs coming from the middle order is troubling for the Aussies. Slater also added that the selectors must stick to Glenn Maxwell for better results.
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newscricket6 days ago

Gautam Gambhir backed me when I was nobody, says Kuldeep Yadav

Kuldeep Yadav has expressed his gratitude to Gautam Gambhir for guiding him during his matches for KKR in the IPL and helping him in becoming capable enough to play for the Indian team. Yadav also revealed that Virat Kohli motivated him in the Dharamsala Test despite being sidelined with an injury.
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newscricket17 days ago

ICC Test Rankings : Virat Kohli slips one place; Nathan Lyon enters top 10

Virat Kohli has dropped to 5th place in the latest ICC Test rankings, after scoring just 161 runs in 4 innings against Sri Lanka, With David Warner replacing him in the top-5. Meanwhile, Nathan Lyon reached career-best eighth position after claiming 22 wickets in two Tests against Bangladesh.
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newscricket20 days ago

WATCH : Mushfiqur Rahim's stumping blunder "hands" David Warner a lifeline

Unlike the first Test, there have been no signs of assistance for the spinners in the second Test between Bangladesh and Australia, but when the opportunity came calling, Mushfiqur Rahim messed that up. The wicket-keeper failed to effect a stumping despite David Warner being way outside his crease.
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