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Eoin Morgan might not be in the plan for England by the 2023 ODI World Cup, suggests Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan has suggested that Eoin Morgan, who led them to the 2019 World Cup might not be in England’s plans by the 2023 ODI World Cup but won’t be pushed out of the team. He also added that England will only miss Morgan’s tactical nuances and won’t miss his batting display.
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newscricket24 days ago

IND vs ENG | Bhuvneshwar is the most skillful white-ball bowler in the world, claims Michael Vaughan

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has heaped praise on India's experienced pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar and termed him the most 'skillful bowler' in shorter formats of the game. He also feels that it has been a remarkable return by him at the top-level post injury and he makes batsmen think a lot.
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newscricketa month ago

IPL 2021 | Think RCB are going to get a lot stronger with Virat Kohli as opener, reckons Michael Vaughan

In light of Virat Kohli’s revelation of him going to open the innings for RCB, Michael Vaughan has reckoned that the move to push him at the top would make the franchise a lot stronger. He also added that Kohli would have a lot of fun at the top of the order, making strong runs for the franchise.
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newscricketa month ago

IND vs ENG | Virat Kohli would be pleased with the perfect bowling display, reckons Zaheer Khan

India’s bowling display was the talk of the town, as they just conceded 35 runs in the last 5 overs to restrict England to 164, something which earnt the appreciation of Zaheer Khan. Michael Vaughan too admitted that Virat Kohli’s manoeuvring of five-bowlers made a huge difference to the 2nd T20I.
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newscricketa month ago

IND vs ENG | Will be better for India if Virat Kohi is selfish and takes time to get in, feels Michael Vaughan

Former English skipper Michael Vaughan has suggested Virat Kohli to take up a more selfish approach and take time to get in so that he can get the best out of himself. He also added that Kohli never looks out of form with his body movements and just doesn't need to take many risks.
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newscricketa month ago

Very clear that the leadership power of English cricket lies with Eoin Morgan, opines Michael Vaughan

After England’s 3-1 loss in the Test series, Michael Vaughan has opined that English cricket’s leadership power lies with Eoin Morgan and not Joe Root, with the availability of players. He also insisted that it is dangerous that the power is vested in the hands of one skipper over the other.
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newscricketa month ago

IND vs ENG | Washington Sundar certainly a player who can bat in India’s top six, reckons Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan, who was mightily impressed with Washington Sundar’s batting display, reckoned that the left-handed all-rounder could certainly feature in India’s top six in the future. He also added that Washington and Rishabh Pant are certainly the future of Indian cricket, with age on their side.
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newscricketa month ago

If India beat England in England, they are the team of this era, opines Michael Vaughan

While India failed to win in England last time around, Michael Vaughan has opined that if Virat Kohli’s men beat the Three Lions in England, they are the best team of this era. Vaughan also lauded the Indian team, stating that they got the spin, pace, skill, and Virat Kohli to be the world’s best.
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newscricket2 months ago

IND vs ENG | Not too concerned about Kohli’s form; he will get two centuries this series, reckons Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan has reckoned that he isn’t overly concerned about Virat Kohli’s form, with the Indian captain’s last century coming in 2019, against Bangladesh. The former English skipper also predicted that Kohli might get two centuries during the four-match Test series against England.
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newscricket4 months ago

IND vs AUS | Pink-ball Test crucial to Test series result; Australia might cruise to a 4-0 win, predicts Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan, ahead of the Test series between India and Australia, has predicted that the pink-ball Test would be crucial in determining the outcome of the four-match Test series. Alongside that, Vaughan also predicted that Australia might cruise to a 4-0 win over India in the Test series.
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