newscricket17 hours ago

Ashes 2019 | Jofra Archer is not going to stop bowling bouncers because of what happened, says Ben Stokes

Ben Stokes reckons no bowler, especially Jofra Archer, is going to stop bowling bouncers because of the Steve Smith incident in the second Ashes Test match which ended in a draw. Archer made an eye-catching debut at Lord's, bowling with sustained pace and aggression in both innings.
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newscricket2 days ago

ICC Test Rankings | Steve Smith moves up to second spot to close in on Virat Kohli

Steve Smith has managed to make his way past New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson and is now the second-ranked batsmen in Tests, just nine points behind leader Virat Kohli. Many other Englishmen and Australians made big strides forward in the rankings owing to their performances in the ongoing Ashes.
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featurecricket2 days ago

Ashes 2019 | Lord's Day 5 Talking Points - Jofra Archer's abrasive arrows and Marnus Labuschagne's Steve Smith impression

A total of just 289 overs were bowled in the entirety of the match, but it turned out to be one for the ages as both teams brought out their A-game at the Home of Cricket. Travis Head and Marnus Labuchagne grinded out for a dramatic draw in the last hour to ensure Aussies retained their 1-0 lead.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket2 days ago

6 Things you missed | From Ben Stokes' nerves of steel to Jofra Archer giving concussion to "concussion substitute"

We want to inform you that you've missed some amazing incidents from second Test as half of you lost interest because it was a sure draw and half of you didn't watch it because Steve Smith was ruled out of the game. So we have compiled a list of incidents that'll complete your doze of entertainment.
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newscricket2 days ago

VIDEO | Players and Umpires burst out in laughter as DRS malfunction keeps everyone on the edge

Usually, technology brings about controversy or sparks debate, depending on the situation of the match and the importance of the decision. However, in a first of its kind, a DRS malfunction midway through a referral took centrestage today as it ensured everyone on the field burst out in laughter.
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featurecricket3 days ago

Ashes 2019 | Lord's Day 4 Talking Points - David Warner's butter fingers and Australia's wagging tail

Day 4 of the Lord's Test will go down as one for the ages, as from the Steve Smith - Jofra Archer battle to the Aussies' late splurge with the ball, it provided numerous moments of chills, thrills, and excitement, proving exactly why the Ashes is considered as the biggest spectacle in the sport.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket3 days ago

8 Things you missed | From Steve Smith laughing at Stuart Broad to Jofra Archer giving tough time to Jonny Bairstow

I am extremely sorry to inform you that you have missed 8 most important and entertaining incidents from day 4 as you were busy enjoying the battle between Steve Smith and Jofra Archer. But don't worry! You have us to keep you updated as we have compiled them in our daily section .
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newscricket3 days ago

Twitter reacts as Steve Smtih returns to bat again despite sickening hit on neck by Jofra Archer

What a day of Test cricket it was! Jofra Archer and Steve smith created some unforgettable moments during the 4th day of Ashes as the latter returned to crease despite being hit on his neck and scored a wonderful 92. Twitter went berserk to shower praise on the incredible grit and determination.
Soumil Khare
featurecricket8 days ago

Ashes 2019 | England's Predicted XI for the second Test at Lord's

After a humiliating 251-run loss in the first Test at Edgbaston, the Three Lions will now turn their focus to Lord's, where they will be aiming to level things up against their arch-rivals. The English camp will be looking at tearaway quick Jofra Archer to provide them some much-needed inspiration.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket8 days ago

Reports | World Cup final overthrow to be reviewed in September

Marylebone Cricket Club, the custodians of the game’s laws, that they will review the throw from the deep that ricocheted off Ben Stokes’ bat to the boundary during the 2019 World Cup final. England went on to tie the 50-over match, before lifting the trophy via boundary count in the Super Over.
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