Glenn Mcgrath Feels There Are No Particular Favorites For The World Cup
On Wednesday, legendary Australian pacer, Glenn McGrath expressed that India and England can be termed as the favorites to win the upcoming World Cup. However, he also said that the performance of the Indian bowling attack will decide their fortune in the mega event. McGrath also said Australia’s recent victories over India have improved their […]
By CricShots - Mar 22, 2019
Glenn McGrath Doesn’t Find Anything Special In Virat Kohli
The legendary Australian fast bowler, Glenn McGrath not only termed the Indian skipper Virat Kohli a great batsman but also called him a good human being during his chat with Sportstar in Sydney. McGrath has been moved by the support Kohli has lent to the Pink Test that raised funds for the treatment of breast […]
By CricShots - Jan 8, 2019
Glenn McGrath: India Has Got Caught Up In The Hype Of Green Fast-Bowling Friendly Wicket
At the end of the day one of the second Test at the new Perth Stadium (Optus Stadium), Australia is in the better position according to the expert views as the hosts ended the day on 277/6. Though the visitors India was in a good position at one important moment of the day, the former […]
By Sandy - Dec 14, 2018
Ricky Ponting, Glenn McGrath will lead the commentary box during Australia-India series
Former Australian World Cup-winning captain Ricky Ponting, the legendary Australian pacer Glenn McGrath will play the leading role in the commentary box during this home summer of Australian cricket. Early in this year, The Seven Network and Fox Sports jointly won a bid to broadcast the Australian cricket summer for the next six years by […]
By Sandy - Nov 17, 2018
James Anderson claims Glenn McGrath, Dale Steyn ahead of him
The English pacer James Anderson recently becomes the leading Test wicket-taker (564 Test wickets) as a pace bowler after surpassing the former Australian pacer Glenn McGrath’s 563 Test wickets record. However, Anderson claims Glenn McGrath, Dale Steyn ahead of him. The legendary Australian pacer Glenn McGrath has recently showered of praises on Anderson’s bowling skills. […]
By Sandy - Sep 15, 2018
Shane Warne Has The Solution To Keep Test Cricket Exciting
After an eventful five-match Test series between England and India, legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has urged the curators all-around the world to make pitches that are suitable for seamers early in the match and gradually to the spinners later on. He also advised making conditions tough to bat and suggested to the ICC that […]
By CricShots - Sep 12, 2018
Glenn McGrath Backs James Anderson To Take 600 Test Wickets
The legendary Australian pacer Glenn McGrath reckons that the English pacer James Anderson, who surpassed him in the tally of Test wickets on Tuesday, can breach the 600-wicket barrier after the Englishman overtook him to become the most successful fast bowler in the history of Test cricket. After cleaning up Mohammed Shami at the end […]
By CricShots - Sep 12, 2018
No Indian Player In The All Time XI Of Alastair Cook
Former England skipper Alastair Cook has named his all-time playing XI. He also justified that he is picking players with whom he has played with or against with the exception of his mentor and England batting legend Graham Gooch. The team seems to be an invisible one with just one distinctiveness – it has no […]
By CricShots - Sep 5, 2018
Glenn McGrath on James Anderson: I believe once he goes past me he will never be beaten
While the English pacer James Anderson is just six wickets away to equalise legendary Australian pacer Glenn McGrath’s most Test wickets record as a pacer, the Australian believes Anderson will never be beaten once the English pacer will cross him. The most Test wicket-taker as a pacer, McGrath finished his Test career with 563 wickets […]
By Sandy - Aug 27, 2018
Glenn Mcgrath Reckons Lord’s Pitch Will Help Ishant Sharma
Before leaving for England, the Indian head coach, Ravi Shastri had said that rather than worrying about the opposition, they will be focussed more about the 22-yard pitch. However, after the 31-run defeat at Edgbaston, the team management would know that except the four bowlers and captain Virat Kohli, the rest looked seemingly out of […]
By CricShots - Aug 7, 2018
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