newscricket9 hours ago

Patience pays off for Matt Renshaw as he breaks 119 year old Australian record

Matt Renshaw has impressed all with his maturity while batting in the current series. In the process, he has also broken Clint Hill's record for most runs for Australia before the age of 21 in this tour and his former coach, Phil Jaques says that his patience is the key to his success in India.
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newscricket11 hours ago

BCCI Contracts: Jadeja and Pujara rewarded for their performances with Grade A contracts

Ravindra Jadeja and Cheteshwar Pujara have been upgraded to Grade ‘A in the BCCI contracts, whereas Harbhajan Singh and Suresh Raina have been excluded from the list, the BCCI announced yesterday. It has also been declared that the amount of money for all three grades have been doubled.
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newscricket13 hours ago

MS Dhoni: I can easily play beyond 2019 World Cup

Mahendra Singh Dhoni believes that he is certainly capable of playing beyond the 2019 world cup if he can maintain his current fitness levels and remains injury free. But, he has also acknowledged that a lot can change in two years time, especially with the schedule of the Indian cricket team.
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newscricket14 hours ago

Kohli must improve his behavior, says Geoff Lawson

Former Aussie pacer Geoff Lawson has slammed Virat Kohli’s behavior so far in the ongoing series and said that he’s treading a very fine line after being caught using foul language on camera. However, despite his behavior, Lawson has said that Kohli is one of the best players in the world right now.
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newscricket15 hours ago

Dharamsala pitch will favor fast bowlers, says the HPCA curator

HPCA curator Sunil Chauhan has said that he has left an even cover of grass on the wicket and the pacers will have an advantage in Dharamsala, starts on Saturday. He has added that there will also be some help for the spinners and the bounce on offer will bring close fielders into action.
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newscricket16 hours ago

Sachin Tendulkar reveals Sir Viv Richards made him abandon thoughts of retirement post 2007 world cup debacle

India had suffered a premature exit in the 2007 world cup on this day and Sachin Tendulkar has revealed that how he thought of quitting the game after the debacle, until his batting heroes Vivian Richards and Sunil Gavaskar, and his own brother Ajith convinced him to continue playing the game.
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newscricket17 hours ago

Finger injury makes Quinton de Kock doubtful for IPL 2017

South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock suffered an injury to his finger during the second Test of the ongoing series against New Zealand. That injury makes him a doubtful starter for the remaining Tests and the upcoming season of the IPL, where he represents Delhi Darevelis.
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newscricket19 hours ago

I am not sure if Kohli knows how to say 'Sorry', says Cricket Australia Boss James Sutherland

Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland has taken a swipe at Virat Kohli by saying that he’s not sure if the Indian skipper knows how to spell the word ‘Sorry’, in response to a radio station asking him, if he thinks Kohli should apologize to Steve Smith for questioning the latter's integrity.
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newscricketa day ago

There's much more than just the series on the line ahead of the 4th India-Aus Test

Steve Smith and his team will be fighting to keep hold of their second place in the ICC Test rankings, with South Africa threatening to dislodge them ahead of the April 1st deadline. There’s also a cash prize of $500,000 on the line. India are certain to stay on top, regardless of the result.
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newscricketa day ago

Comparing Virat Kohli to Donald Trump a load of shit, says Michael Clarke

Virat Kohli has had a tough tour with the bat so far, which has led to some undue criticism from certain sections of the Australian media, particularly one Australian newspaper who compared Kohli to Trump. However, Michael Clarke has slammed the comparison, calling it a 'load of shit'.
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