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newscricketa month ago

Australia announce star-studded squad for T20 WC; Inglis earns maiden call-up

Cricket Australia announced their 15-man squad for the T20 WC, which is scheduled to start from October 17 in the UAE. All the stars who were missing from action against West Indies and Bangladesh have returned to the squad, which also features a shock call-up for uncapped gloveman Josh Inglis.
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newscricket2 months ago

Josh Inglis will be Australia’s Test wicketkeeper after Tim Paine hangs boot, predicts Shane Warne

Despite Josh Inglis’ having not called up in any Australian squad yet, Shane Warne has predicted the wicketkeeper-batsman would replace Tim Paine in the near future. However, Adam Gilchrist reckoned that it would be a two-way fight between Inglis and Alex Carey in the Test squad for the future.
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featurecricket3 months ago

Vitality Blast watch ft. Ben Stokes, Devon Conway, Kyle Jamieson and Joe Root

Part 2 of Vitality Blast 2021 oversaw a considerably weak field owing to the absence of English national players, but, nevertheless, there was no paucity of fireworks thanks to the Kiwis. Devon Conway, CDG and Glenn Phillips all produced memorable performances to light up the competition.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket3 months ago

10,000 miles away from Australia, Josh Inglis is making an unignorable case for T20 selection

Josh Inglis is by some distance the best-uncapped batsman in Australia, but the time has come for the selectors to start looking at the Western Australian as a genuine World T20 candidate.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket3 months ago

Vitality Blast watch | How overseas signings and England’s T20 stars have fared thus far

The Vitality T20 blast is not known as ‘IPL on cocaine’ for no reason: 10 days in, we’re already through 46 games. That’s right, FORTY SIX! Make no mistake, keeping up with this high-octane competition is no mean task, but at SportsCafe we like to push limits. So let’s begin the recap, shall we?
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket4 months ago

Josh Inglis a potential wicket-keeper candidate for Australia for WT20, opines Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponting feels that Perth Scorchers’ Josh Inglis is in the mix to be picked in Australia’s World T20 squad, and believes that the right-hander’s versatility could make him an enchanting pick. Ponting, however, believes that Australia’s biggest area of concern is the ‘finisher’ slot.
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newscricket8 months ago

Twitter reacts to Josh Inglis 'forehand' volley run-out leaving Jason Roy and co in splits

It was one of the easiest run-outs for Josh Inglis who just had to collect the ball and hit the stump. But no, that’s not the BBL, as the wicketkeeper fluffed the ball before pulling off a ‘forehand’ smash, just in time, to inflict the run-out which ultimately left Roy and teammates in splits.
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featurecricket2 years ago

Sheffield Shield 2019-20 | 'Flop XI' of the tournament

‘The Shield is over and everything’s worse now’ were the words that echoed amongst the fans but that was not the case for certain players. Indeed, there were players who had stinkers and we, here at SportsCafe, have made an XI out of the players who were happy to see the tournament get scrapped.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

What can Australia take away from BBL 09 ft. big-hitter scarcity and golden wicket-keeper era

The longest BBL season in history came to its conclusion today and boy wasn’t it one hell of a ride. From one-sided encounters to nail-biting finishes to controversies to individual excellence, we had it all and frankly, at no point did it feel like we, as viewers, were being fatigued by the action.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

Famine to Feast: The Australian wicket-keeper revolution

Everyone loves a rags-to-riches story. It has that Cinderella touch to it; It hits you hard emotionally, captures your heart and often, the sheer improbability and unlikelihood attached to the events reduce you to tears. It is also often what hogs the limelight. But what about the other side?
Anirudh Suresh