Kesrick Williams Recalls His Notebook Banter With Virat Kohli
Recently, the West Indies fast bowler Kesrick Williams has gone on to reveal the story behind the sledging incident that took place between him and the Indian skipper, Virat Kohli during a T20I match last year in Hyderabad. Kohli had imitated Williams’s famous notebook celebration, gesturing that he had ticked off the pacer’s name from […]
By CricShots - Sep 15, 2020
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Jos Buttler To leave Bio-bubble Ahead Of 3rd T20 Against Australia
The veteran English wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler has left the bio-bubble in Southampton in order to join his family and now he will be missing the  3rd T20I against Australia, scheduled for September 8 at the Ageas Bowl. He will be returning back to the England team ahead of the 3-match ODI series, starting September […]
By CricShots - Sep 7, 2020
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Australia Captain Feels England Was Just Too Good For Them In First T20
On Friday, Australia suffered a close loss by just 2 runs in the first of the three-match T20I series in England in a thriller that went down to the final ball as the hosts have taken a to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series on Friday. Chasing 163 to win at the empty […]
By CricShots - Sep 5, 2020
Eoin Morgan Terms Australia As Favorites For T20I Series
England’s limited-overs cricket, Eoin Morgan reckons that Australia will start favorites ahead of the upcoming T20I series saying that the hosts will be up against Australia’s “best XI”. England and Australia will play three T20Is and three ODIs, with the first T20I set to be played on Friday at The Rose Bowl, Southampton. As per […]
By CricShots - Sep 4, 2020
Shoaib Akhtar Terms Pakistan Captain Babar Azam As ‘A Lost Cow’
Former Pakistani fast bowler, Shoaib Akhtar seems to have hit the nail on its head as he termed the current limited-overs skipper, Babar Azam, calling him “a lost cow” who is out there “not knowing what to do”. Shoaib feels Azam is an insecure captain and called on Pakistan management to give some much-needed liberty […]
By CricShots - Aug 31, 2020
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Mitchell Starc Reveals Restrictions Over Use Of Sweat In ODIs and T20Is
The veteran Australian fast bowler, Mitchell Starc has expressed that there will be “slightly altered guidelines” for Aussies as they will not be allowed to use sweat on the ball to shine it during the upcoming England tour for three ODIs and as many T20Is. Australia has become the fourth team to tour to England […]
By CricShots - Aug 28, 2020
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Glenn Maxwell Returns To Australia Squad For The England Tour
Australia’s limited-overs tour of England will be played in bio-secure venues, as confirmed by the officials said Friday after its players were given government clearance to travel. The confirmation ensures Australians will be getting back to the fielding after a gap of almost nearly six months, with Glenn Maxwell, Nathan Lyon, and Marcus Stoinis recalled […]
By CricShots - Aug 14, 2020
ECB Finalizes Schedule For Australia Tour Of England For ODIs And T20Is
The England Cricket Board (ECB) finalizes the schedule for the postponed limited-overs tour of Australia to England. The three-match ODI and T20 series will be played in September. The Australian squad will arrive in England later this month before traveling to Derbyshire. From there, they will be reaching the Ageas Bowl in Southampton after England’s […]
By CricShots - Aug 14, 2020
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England’s Tour To India For ODIs and T20Is Postponed To Next Year
England’s upcoming limited-overs tour to India has now been postponed due to increasing cases of the coronavirus, cricket chiefs announced on Friday. The Brits were scheduled to visit India for three ODIs and as many T20Is, originally due to start in late September, would have been ideal preparation for the T20 World Cup in Australia […]
By CricShots - Aug 8, 2020
India To Sour South Africa In August For Three T20Is?
India and South Africa can be expected to playa three-match T20I series at the end of August as part of a prior “agreement”, provided the situation to gets better post the coronavirus pandemic for governments on both sides to give a go-ahead. The fixtures are currently earmarked for late August but Cricket South Africa’s acting […]
By CricShots - May 21, 2020
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