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newscricket18 hours 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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newscricket25 days 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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featurecricketa month 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.
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featurecricketa month ago

Super Sixes SRL | IND vs ENG - Preview, Form Guide, Predicted XI, Key Players

After registering thumping wins on Thursday, England and India will go toe-to-toe against each other in the SRL on Friday, hoping to capitalize on the momentum they’ve built. This will be the two sides’ second meeting in seven days, with the Indians coming out triumphant in the last H2H encounter.
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featurecricket2 months ago

Champions League SRL | Delhi vs TKR Evaluation Chart - Roy, Pant fire as Delhi steamroll to convincing win

Powerful cameos from the bat of Jason Roy and Rishabh Pant and a fine, all-round display with the ball from the bowlers ensured that Delhi strolled to a comfortable 23-run over the Knight Riders. It was a sorrow showing from the Trinbago side, who slumped to their third straight defeat of this SRL.
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featurecricket2 months ago

Champions League SRL | DC vs MS Evaluation Chart: Jason Roy’s heroics propel Delhi to a dominant win

Delhi Capitals, riding on half-centuries from Jason Roy and Shikhar Dhawan, secured a 62-run win against Melbourne Stars who were shambolic in all departments. For Delhi Capitals, bowlers put up a tag-team effort to dismiss the Stars for a mediocre 143, with Kagiso Rabada being the wrecker in chief.
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newscricket2 months ago

Crowd emotions very difficult to recreate, admits Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli has admitted that it would be next to impossible to recreate the games with crowd emotions once cricket resumes after the COVID-19 break. However, he did add that the players will still continue to play with the same ferocity and intensity, despite games lacking the emotional connect.
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newscricket2 months ago

Hand-eye coordination takes time to align perfectly post lock-down, admits Rohit Sharma

The Indian vice-captain has revealed that it might take nearly a month or so for the batsmen to regain their hand-eye coordination and align it perfectly post the lock-down. He also did add that before cricket resumes, the batsmen will at least need a month’s intense practise to regain their rhythm.
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featurecricket2 months ago

Champions League SRL | DC vs JT Evaluation Chart - Jason Roy’s 99 goes in vain as Glenn Phillips leads Jamaica to easy win

It all kicked-off with Jason Roy scoring a whirlwind 99 runs as Delhi Capitals scored 191 for the loss of three wickets at the end of the first innings. However, in the second, it just required a Glenn Phillips - Chadwick Walton partnership to take the side from the Caribbean to an easy victory.
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newscricket2 months ago

It is our job to play cricket If World T20 goes ahead, admits Jason Roy

Jason Roy has stated that if the World T20 event in Australia does go ahead, the English team will put their level best in preparing for the event and playing it. However, he did add that if they do not get enough preparation time, it is best to postpone the mega-tournament Down Under.
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