featurecricket8 hours ago

Ashes 2019 | Headingley Day 3 Talking Points - Joe Denly's determination and Australia's Headingley headache

Much to everyone's surprise, the English team managed to survive the Aussie onslaught on Day 3. While the two Joe's - Denly and Root - proved to be thorns in Australia's path to glory, they will have to get past two more - namely Ben Stokes and Headingley, if they are to retain the urn tomorrow.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket9 hours ago

8 Things you missed | From Shane Warne's shocking reaction to the umpire embarrassing himself

We have bad news and good news. The bad news is that you have missed a lot from the 3rd Test of Ashes as three major Test series are going on at the same time. The good news is that we understand your dilemma and so we have covered each and everything from Ashes. So don't worry, just enjoy.
Soumil Khare
newscricket11 hours ago

VIDEO | Umpire takes four runs off Marnus Labuschagne after Stuart Broad pleads to change decision

Being a batsman has its own perks, with one of them being the umpire sometimes giving you extra runs mistaking leg byes for a shot off the bat. Today, Marnus Labuschagne was awarded four runs in one such incident but Stuart Broad then spoiled the party and got those extra runs taken away from him.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricket12 hours ago

Ashes 2019 | Australia should consider opening with Usman Khawaja, opines Ricky Ponting

Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has warned his team against dropping veteran batsman Usman Khawaja for the fourth Test at Manchester. With Steve Smith all set to return for the Manchester Test, reports have suggested that the Queenslander might get the axe to accommodate him in the team.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricketa day ago

Ashes 2019 | Headingley Day 2 Talking Points - Australia's professional pace battery and England's unfortunate identity

One session was all that it took for England's Ashes hopes to come crashing down as a morning session of mayhem saw the hosts getting bundled out for no more than 67 runs. Meanwhile, Marnus Labuschagne wore his Steve Smith mask yet again as he posted his third consecutive fifty of the series.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricketa day ago

8 Things you missed | From David Warner's dance moves to Jofra Archer throwing watermelon

After getting bowled out for 179, Australia wreaked havoc on day 2 at Headingley. We know that you failed to notice these incidents as you were busy watching all the conventional and obvious things elsewhere. But don't worry! We were watching the entire match and we have everything covered for you.
Soumil Khare
newscricketa day ago

VIDEO | English players mock "grandpa" Jofra Archer as he limps off the field with cramps

In cricket, one day can make a massive difference, and in case you doubt the fact, all you need to do is ask Jofra Archer about it. On Thursday, he'd picked up his maiden fifer and was unstoppable, and today, as he walked off the field "injured", he was sarcastically mocked by his fellow mates.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricketa day ago

Reports | Waqar Younis applies for vacant Pakistani bowling coach role

Former Pakistani pace ace Waqar Younis has reportedly applied for the vacant position of the Pakistani bowling coach role which was previously held by Azhar Mahmood. The pacer previously had multiple stints with the country as the bowling coach, while also being the head coach on two occasions.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricket2 days ago

Twitter reacts as Australia run riot at Headingley

It's hard to compute the disaster at Headingley. Australia took 27.5 overs and folded England for 67 with Josh Hazlewood being the destroyer in chief. Fans on Twitter went mental and reacted on England's shambolic batting collapse and appreciated Australia for their terrific bowling performance.
Soumil Khare
featurecricket2 days ago

Ashes 2019 | Headingley Day 1 Talking Points - David Warner's Ashes warning and the Jofra Archer Juggernaut

Three days was all that separated the Lord's and the Headingley Tests, but it felt like both teams picked up the pieces exactly from where they left off as they traded blows with each other on an exhilarating Day 1. The English weather did try to steal the limelight, but it failed miserably.
Anirudh Suresh