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featurecricket11 days ago

How BCCI turned the ‘safe’ bio-bubble into a nervous test of its own

Eight teams, six venues and one country formed the crux of the 2021 IPL action, after a successful 2020 edition of the tournament in the Middle East. But after 24 days of action, the curtains were down and the ‘safe’ bio-bubble suddenly turned into anxious nights for the cricketers.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
newscricketa month ago

IPL 2021 | Kiran More tests positive for Covid-19

Mumbai Indians have confirmed that former Indian wicket-keeper Kiran More, the club’s scout and wicket keeping consultant, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is currently in isolation. The club have confirmed that More is asymptomatic and is currently being monitored by MI’s medical team.
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newscricket4 months ago

IND vs ENG | Root and Stokes key for England; visitors shouldn't be taken lightly, opines Kiran More 

Former Indian gloveman Kiran More outlined Joe Root and Ben Stokes as key players for England and also warned India against taking England lightly. He also added that England are a quality team who have outstanding pacers and noted how their spinners did well in the recent series win in Sri Lanka.
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newscricket5 months ago

MS Dhoni's absence has resulted in struggle of Indian spinners, reckons Kiran More

Former Indian wicket-keeper Kiran More has made a bold claim where he has linked Indian spinners' recent struggles to absence of MS Dhoni. Yuzvendra Chahal and Washington Sundar managed to take six wickets among themselves in the three-T20Is against the Aussies with hosts spinners doing better. 
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newscricket6 months ago

IND vs AUS | Mayank is impressive but would like to see Rahul open with Dhawan, says Kiran More

Former Indian wicket-keeper Kiran More has weighed in on the opener’s debate for the Australia series and has vouched for KL Rahul to partner Shikhar Dhawan, despite Mayank Agarwal impressing in the IPL. More further wishes to see India rest Bumrah and Shami alternately ahead of the Tests.
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newscricket10 months ago

Wish there were microphones during my time in India-Pakistan matches, quips Kiran More 

Kiran More has suggested that had there been microphones during his time, some fun sledging incidents could’ve been recorded during India-Pakistan clashes. The former India wicketkeeper has attested that those incidents, if recorded, would’ve been hilarious for the fans to listen to.
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newscricket10 months ago

Sunil Gavaskar one of the worst players when it comes to batting in the nets, claims Kiran More

Legendary Indian wicket-keeper Kiran More expressed his astonishment over Sunil Gavaskar’s diverse nature and revealed how the latter would bat horrendously in the nets but then would smash it on the day of the match. More claimed that no one could touch Gavaskar when he was in ‘the zone’.
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newscricketa year ago

We have to respect MS Dhoni’s call of being unavailable, reckons Kiran More

Kiran More has stated that the Indian management and cricket fans must respect MS Dhoni’s decision of being unavailable for national team selection. He also evaluated that it would be difficult for Dhoni to make a comeback but revealed discipline and fitness as key factors to his comeback.
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newscricket2 years ago

Selectors need to speak to MS Dhoni about his plans, says Kiran More

Former chief selector Kiran More believes that the selectors need to go and speak to veteran MS Dhoni about his future plans, before taking a call on his future. Rumours have been aplenty about Dhoni's future, with reports even suggesting that he no more is the first-choice wicketkeeper.
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newscricket2 years ago

Kiran More appointed interim coach of USA cricket team

USA Cricket has appointed Kiran More as the interim coach, taking over from Pubudu Dassanayake, along with a slew of other advisors for all departments on a short term basis. USA are scheduled to play in the T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier, Regional Finals, commencing on August 18.
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