Category: T20 Cricket

NZ vs Ban: Guptill ruled out of T20 series

NZ vs Ban: Guptill ruled out of T20 series

New Zealand opener Martin Guptill has will have to sit out of the up and coming T20 series against Bangladesh in the wake of picking up a hamstring strain while running between the wickets in the third ODI in Nelson on Saturday. New Zealand Cricket said Guptill endured a review one hamstring strain to his left side leg and will […]

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Gillespie named Langer’s assistant as Australia gear up for SL T20s

Gillespie named Langer’s assistant as Australia gear up for SL T20s

Jason Gillespie will join Justin Langer as Australia’s stand-in coaching team to to conduct the three Twenty20 internationals against Sri Lanka that clash with Test preparations for the Test tour of India. Langer (Perth Scorchers) and Gillespie (Adelaide Strikers) are both head coaches in the Big Bash League, and the group execution chief Pat Howard said he was confident they […]

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Bruce, Wheeler earn call-up as New Zealand T20 squad gets announced

Bruce, Wheeler earn call-up as New Zealand T20 squad gets announced

New Zealand have named Central Districts batsman Tom Bruce and allrounder Ben Wheeler in their 14-man squad for the forthcoming T20Is against Bangladesh. Allrounder Corey Anderson, who has been tormented by a back harm for the real piece of 2016, has been picked as a batsman. Quick bowler Trent Boult was chosen however will be refreshed for the first of […]

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Justin Langer appointed Australia coach for T20s vs Sri Lanka

Justin Langer appointed Australia coach for T20s vs Sri Lanka

Justin Langer is set to take charge as coach of Australia for the three Twenty20 internationals against Sri Lanka in February, while Darren Lehmann is with the Test squad in India. Langer, the head coach of Western Australia, has beforehand remained in for Lehmann, managing Australia to triumph in the one-day worldwide tri-arrangement against South Africa and West Indies in […]

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Womens Asia Cup: Pakistan Women rocket to 8-wicket win over Sri Lanka

Womens Asia Cup: Pakistan Women rocket to 8-wicket win over Sri Lanka

Javeria, the Pakistan opener, had quite recently scored up the third T20I fifty of her vocation and the first of 2016 version’s ACC Women’s Asia Cup T20 in Bangkok. Her 51-ball 56 had helped her group hand Sri Lanka an extensive eight-wicket crush, an outcome that could conceivably have an orientation on the finalists’ line-up. Be that as it may, […]

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West Indies Women beat India women to take T20 series

West Indies Women beat India women to take T20 series

Stafane Taylor’s 47, coupled with some disciplined bowling, helped West Indies to an unassailable 2-0 lead with a persuading 31-run triumph in the second Twenty20 International of the three-coordinate arrangement at Dr. Gokaraju Laila Gangaraju ACA Cricket Grounds at Mulapadu close Vijayawada, on Sunday (November 20). The hosts would have fancied their odds of attracting level the arrangement when tight […]

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Shane Warne volunteers to become Australia’s T20 coach

Shane Warne volunteers to become Australia’s T20 coach

Shane Warne, on Wednesday (November 9), has supposedly volunteered to stand as coach of the Australian Twenty20 (T20) setup amid the three-match arrangement against Sri Lanka in February next year. Enduring a strict timetable, Australia are to play a Test series in India a day after the third T20 game against Sri Lanka in Adelaide on February 23, and consequently […]

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Women’s World T20 to be held six months prior to men’s in 2020

Women’s World T20 to be held six months prior to men’s in 2020

The ICC World T20 held earlier this year in India saw the men’s and the women’s spectacles run side by side with double-headers, but the world body has now approved CA (Cricket Australia)’s request to stage the 2020 Women’s WT20 six month’s prior to the corresponding men’s edition. An ICC statement featured that the choice to make the WWT20 a […]

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Didnt expect whitewash of West Indies: Sarfraz Ahmed

Didnt expect whitewash of West Indies: Sarfraz Ahmed

Following Tuesday’s dominating performance, Pakistan T20 captain Sarfraz Ahmed has said that the emphatic 3-0 whitewash over World Champions West Indies is just the start of a good run of form for the Pakistan team in limited overs cricket. Following two convincing wins in the opening two games, 2009 World T20 winners Pakistan completed yet another commanding performance on Tuesday […]

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Pak vs WI 3rd T20: Pakistan sink World Champions with 3-0 cleansweep

Pak vs WI 3rd T20: Pakistan sink World Champions with 3-0 cleansweep

Pakistan v West Indies, 3rd T20I, Abu Dhabi Pakistan 108/2 (15.1/20 ov) beat West Indies 103/5 (20/20 ov) by 8 wickets It seemed as if every single win for Pakistan in this series was mightier than the preceding one. Pakistan have sealed an emphatic 3-0 whitewash of World Champions West Indies, with their biggest of the series at Abu Dhabi. […]

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