Faf du Plessis
Faf du Plessis Shares His Retirement Plans
South African skipper Faf du Plessis made it clear that in next two years, he will decide to hang his boots from his international T20 career after the 2020 ICC World T20 which will be held in Australia. The South African team will lock horns with Australia in a one-off T20I on Saturday at the Gold […]
By CricShots - Nov 16, 2018
Aaron Finch Feels That The Australian Team Is Under Pressure
Australian skipper Aaron Finch reckons that the flamboyant all-rounder Glenn Maxwell hasn’t scored enough runs or hasn’t done anything special in order to make him bat ahead of Marcus Stoinis or Alex Carey. The statement from the skipper, which came just a few months before the World Cup, may jeopardize Maxwell’s chances of flying to […]
By CricShots - Nov 13, 2018
WATCH – Policeman Takes A Brilliant Catch In The Hobart ODI
A police officer, who was performing his duties at the Bellerive Oval, Hobart took a spectacular running catch during the 3rd ODI between Australia and South Africa on Sunday. Shaun Marsh slammed the delivery over the mid-wicket region for a huge six and officer Frank ran across to his left to grab the ball. He […]
By CricShots - Nov 12, 2018
Australia T20 Squad Announced For SA and India Series
Australia is expected to play a blockbuster Test series against India which is scheduled to be commencing in the next month, however, before that they will be playing four Twenty20s this month against South Africa and India. In order to give rest for the grueling Test series, the premier fast bowler Mitchell Starc has been […]
By CricShots - Nov 8, 2018
Adam Gilchrist
Adam Gilchrist Picks The Best Fast Bowler In The Cricketing History
Former Australia wicketkeeper, Adam Gilchrist heaped praises for the veteran South Africa pacer Dale Steyn. He even felt that the Proteas fast bowler ranks amongst the greatest fast bowlers the world has ever seen. A fierce paceman who can bowl at speeds exceeding 145kph, Steyn is a bowler who can rattle batsmen with his aggression […]
By CricShots - Nov 3, 2018
Imran Tahir Loses Concentration, Commentators Left In Splits
South Africa’s Pakistan-born wrist-spinner Imran Tahir faced tremendous embarrassment in a warm-up game on October 31 when he caught a catch off a no-ball and mocked the local crowd behind him. This happened in Canberra where the South Africans took on an inexperienced Australian Prime Minister’s XI and lost the match by 4 wickets. It […]
By CricShots - Nov 2, 2018
Aaron Finch Faces Injury Scare Ahead Of The First ODI
The Australian limited-overs skipper, Aaron Finch is looking forward to his first match in Green & Gold as a full-time captain. But his plans were in doubt for a while after he was hit on the right-hand by Mitchell Starc. He also left the ground after some time which raised doubts over his participation only […]
By CricShots - Nov 2, 2018
Tim Paine Is Happy Being Replaced By Aaron Finch
Australian Test skipper Tim Paine clarified that he wasn’t surprised when Aaron Finch officially replaced him as the One-Day International (ODI) captain insisting his plan was always to just focus on the longest format of the game. During a recent interview with cricket.co.au., Paine said, “The plan … was to focus just on Test cricket. […]
By CricShots - Oct 31, 2018
Aaron Finch To Lead The ODI Squad In Place Of Tim Paine
The Australian opener, Aaron Finch will be leading the ODI squad in the series against South Africa as he has replaced Tim Paine for the three-match series starting in November. The series also marks the returns of Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins to international cricket, with Hazlewood and Alex Carey being the two vice-captains. However, Mitchell […]
By CricShots - Oct 27, 2018
Hashim Amla To Miss The Australia Tour Due To Injury
The premier South African batsman Hashim Amla will miss South Africa’s tour of Australia for a short limited-overs series as he has failed to recover from a finger injury which he sustained during the Caribbean Premier League. He was also forced to miss the recently concluded series against Zimbabwe due to the same injury. In […]
By CricShots - Oct 16, 2018
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