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featurecricketa month ago

ENG vs AUS | 3rd ODI Takeaways - The great Maxwell resurgence and dozing senior English batsmen

Centurions Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey stitched together an epic partnership of over 200 runs to help Australia avenge their 2018 whitewash at the hands of England, winning the ODI series 2-1. At one stage, Australia were reeling at 73 for 5 in the series decider chasing a total of 303 runs.
Harshit Anand
newscricketa month ago

Twitter reacts to 'magician' Mitchell Starc's sublime two-in-two start in series decider

What an amazing start for Australia! Mitchell Starc bowled a terrific opening over in the final ODI at Manchester as he sent back Jason Roy and Joe Root in the first two balls of the game. Cricket fans on Twitter showered praise on the left-armer for giving a brilliant start to Australia.
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newscricketa month ago

ENG vs AUS | England call up Jason Roy as Joe Denly misses out

After missing the T20I series due to side strain, which also saw him pulled out of IPL, Jason Roy has returned to the ODI side for the series against Australia. Joe Denly, who was a part of the reserves, has missed out on a selection for the three-match series and will now join Kent for the Blast.
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newscricketa month ago

ENG VS AUS | Still am nowhere as good as Virat Kohli, admits Dawid Malan

English batsman Dawid Malan has played down comparisons with Indian skipper Virat Kohli after his red-hot streak in T20 internationals. The southpaw made it clear that he wants to keep performing to the best of his abilities and make it as difficult for selectors to drop him as he can.
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newscricket2 months ago

IPL 2020 | Nice opportunity to gain fitness amidst hectic schedule, proclaims Jason Roy after pulling out of IPL

After pulling out of IPL 2020, Jason Roy has proclaimed that it is a nice opportunity for him to regain full fitness and be back amidst such hectic schedule for the Three Lions. The English opener also eyed a return to the Test setup in a bid to prove himself after his failed stint in the Ashes.
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newscricket2 months ago

Reports | Jason Roy opts out of IPL 2020; Delhi Capitals rope in Daniel Sams as replacement

Just moments after Jason Roy was ruled out of the first T20I against Pakistan, the opener has opted himself out of the 2020 edition of the IPL in the middle East. The Delhi Capitals opener has been replaced in the squad by Big Bash’s leading wicket-taker last season, Daniel Sams.
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featurecricket3 months ago

Is Jonny Bairstow on his way to becoming England’s best ever ODI batsman

Jonny Bairstow’s 3000th ODI run was brought up in the most underwhelming fashion imaginable: a wild flash from the Yorkshireman resulted in the ball taking the outside edge of his bat after which it raced off to the boundary. It came in front of empty stands against the 11th best side in the world.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket3 months ago

Tom Banton, James Vince and Sam Billings included in England’s 24-man white-ball training group

The ECB, on Thursday, announced a 24-man white-ball training group, led by Eoin Morgan, in preparation for the limited-overs leg and included the trio of Tom Banton, James Vince and Sam Billings. The 24-man group also included a host of big names, including Baristow, Roy and Moeen Ali.
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newscricket4 months ago

Steve Smith and Jason Roy the batsmen I enjoy watching the most, reveals Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma, in a Q & A session with his followers on Instagram, revealed that it was the duo of Steve Smith and Jason Roy who he enjoyed watching the most, in terms of batting. Rohit also further opined that he found New Zealand’s Martin Guptill to be currently the world’s best fielder.
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featurecricket5 months ago

Super Sixes SRL | IND vs ENG Evaluation Chart: Rohit, Iyer leave England in a shell to guide India to six-wicket win

After a Rohit Sharma half-century upfront, Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant played two destructive innings to take the game away from England’s clutch and landed India a six-wicket victory. Earlier, a Jason Roy 76 helped England to 215 - an easily defendable score on a normal day.
Bastab K Parida