Australian captain Tim Paine has stated that he and pacer Peter Siddle played the fifth Ashes 2019 Test at the Oval with injuries. Paine revealed that he was carrying a thumb injury, while Siddle sustained a hip injury.
BCCI’s Anti-Corruption Unit chief Ajit Singh has stated that bookies will never approach Indian stars likes Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni as they can’t sacrifice their reputation and betting wouldn’t give them even a small percentage of money than they get through endorsements.
England star all-rounder Ben Stokes has said that he has never seen a more talented bowler than Jofra Archer. Stokes mentioned that Archer could be the player who can help England win the Ashes Urn down under in Australia in 2021-22.
Former Indian legendary captain Sourav Ganguly talked about the possibility of him becoming the head coach of the Indian team in future. Ganguly mentioned that when Ravi Shastri will finish his tenure and then he will think about other coach.
After being included in the Test team as an opener, Rohit Sharma has been termed as too good a player to be not playing all three formats for India. Indian batting coach Vikram Rathour also backed Rohit to be successful as opener in Test cricket.
India’s newly appointed batting coach Vikram Rathour has mentioned that the young Indian players need to understand the fine line between fearless and careless cricket approach. Rathour also pointed at Rishabh Pant and asked him bring in discipline in his game.
Veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has backed out-of-form Shikhar Dhawan and has said that there is no better opener than him to accompany Rohit Sharma in any format. Harbhajan mentioned that Dhawan’s contribution to the game is very important.
Veteran Indian cricketer Dinesh Mongia has announced retirement from all forms of cricket. Mongia hasn’t played international cricket for a long time now and is famous for being selected over VVS Laxman in the 2003 World Cup squad.
The relationship between gambling and sports is often very cordial and incredibly profitable for all parties concerned. The football betting markets in the UK are a great example of this. But when it comes to cricket, things are drastically different.
In a thrilling encounter which went down to the Super Over, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots defeated Trinbago Knight Riders. Brathwaite picked two wickets and scored 64 runs off 30 balls in the tied match. The SNP skipper then defended 18 runs in the Super Over.