LEEDS, ENGLAND – AUGUST 22: Jofra Archer of England during day one of the 3rd Ashes Test match between England and Australia at Headingley on August 22, 2019 in Leeds, England.. (Photo by Visionhaus/Getty Images)

Cricket Australia name preliminary 26-man squad ahead of possible England tour

  • The national selectors of Australia have named a 26-man group of players as Australia’s men’s team looks towards a return to on-field action.
  • The selectors have identified 26 players in the view of upcoming T20 World Cup and 2023 World Cup.
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England vs West Indies: Jofra Archer ruled out of second Test after breaching bio-secure protocols

  • England pacer Jofra Archer has been ruled out of the second Test against the West Indies which is set to commence on Thursday.
  • COVID-19 outbreak has changed a lot of things in cricket and the teams are currently in a bio-bubble to make sure no one contracts the virus.
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BCCI Apex Council meeting on July 17: IPL to be topmost on the agenda

  • BCCI Apex Council is scheduled for a virtual meeting on Friday. Among the various agendas, the matter of utmost concern would be the Indian Premier League.
  • A BCCI official had earlier revealed that they would’ve loved to host it in Mumbai if possible however Mumbai is among the worst-hit areas in India.
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Imran Khan was unplayable when ball tampering was legal: Arun Lal

  • The 64-year-old continued his acclaim on Imran Khan, how his presence was fantastic to see being the captain of the team quoting it was his time.
  • The recent news it that ball-tampering could become legal in the post-Corona world.
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‘It’s foolish, put at risk all of ECB’s hard work’- Michael Atherton slams Jofra Archer for breach of protocols before Manchester Test

  • Michael Atherton, the former England cricketer, has lashed out Jofra Archer, calling him “foolish” for breaching the bio-security protocols.
  • Atherton understands that for the Brits, the series is on the line after the hosts lost the opening Test in Southampton by four wickets.
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‘The mood was low’ – Mohammad Kaif on how Sourav Ganguly charged India up before 2002 NatWest Final run-chase

  • Mohammad Kaif, the former Indian cricketer, revealed an incident when Sourav Ganguly injected confidence into the team during the 2002 NatWest Trophy Final.
  • Ganguly scored 60 off 43 with 10 fours and a six, laying the platform for the rest of the innings.
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Source: Cricket News – CricTracker


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