Wednesday 26 February 2020

All posts tagged International Cricket Council

Shahid Afridi, Pakistan’s demolition man

Ignore Shahid Afridi at your peril. The 30-year-old Pakistan captain is widely regarded as one of the most destructive batsmen in limited overs cricket. Coupled with his wicket-taking ability as a leg-spinner, he is a one-man demolition squad. But the …

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Kallis has World Cup point to prove

Jacques Kallis, South Africa's likely key performer in the subcontinent, has unfinished business with the World Cup. Removing the 35-year-old all-rounder has become no less of a headache

Callum Ferguson gets a huge opportunity

The ICC has confirmed the Event Technical Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 has approved Jason Krejza as a replacement player for the injured Nathan Hauritz

Strauss confident of World Cup revival

England captain Andrew Strauss has predicted an upturn in his side's One-day fortunes at the World Cup when he expects to finally have his first-choice attack at his

I will do justice to opportunity given to me: Sreesanth

Back in the Indian World Cup squad due to injury to his pace colleague Praveen Kumar, Kerala speedster S Sreesanth said he would look to do justice to

Pakistan beat NZ, win first ODI series in two years

Pakistan won their first one-day series since November 2008 when they beat New Zealand by 41 runs in the fifth game of their six-match series at Seddon Park

Blazing Shehzad seals series triumph

Pakistan's World Cup preparations only got better as their youngest batsman scored a maiden ODI century to set up a series win - their first in a bilateral

Sri Lanka restrict West Indies to 203

Sri Lanka came up with a disciplined bowling performance to restrict West Indies to 203 in the second one-day international in Colombo. Given the persistent rain over previous

Krejza puts a new spin on his career

Jason Krejza knows better than most that bowling spin for Australia can be a short-term vocation, so he's determined to make the best of his unexpected second calling.

Dhoni and Co ready for review system

With the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) refusing to use the Umpire Decision Review System (UDRS) so far, one would have thought that the UDRS for Live cricket updates, Sports Highlights, Cricket Videos, Online Schedule & Scorecard