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|Why South Africa won't take a knee in England series
The issue has marred South Africa's return to international cricket for the first time since March and created debate over whether the squad should be seen to be more publicly supportive of the Black Lives Matter movement.
SEE: Bumrah, Jadeja, Shaw have fun!
'Whose bowling actions are @jaspritb1, @ravindra.jadeja and @prithvishaw imitating?'
Jasprit Bumrah gives Kartik Tyagi gyaan
'When you have best in the business to guide you in your journey.'
Dhoni has shown the way to wicketkeepers, says Rahul
India's wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul in the limited overs format said the legendary Mahendra Singh Dhoni has shown the way to all wicketkeepers on to how to do the role perfectly in different situations.
India tour of Australia: Where will KL Rahul bat?
KL Rahul on Wednesday said that his batting position will depend on the format the team will be playing.
Australia likely to retain Burns for India Tests
Australia coach Justin Langer hinted on Wednesday that Joe Burns will continue as opening partner for David Warner in the Test series against India despite growing calls for Will Pucovski to replace him at the top of the order.
Revealed: Why Rohit didn't travel with Team India
According to journalist Boria Majumdar, Rohit returned to Mumbai because his father was suffering from COVID-19.
Split camp no issue for our preparation, says Wade
The two groups will unite late on Thursday night and with the opening ODI slated for Friday, the players will have no scope to wriggle in a practice session as one unit.
India vs Aus: 'No room for abuse, plenty for banter'
Langer said that in the last couple of years, the Aussies have had lots of conversations about behaviours both on and off the field.
Meet new ICC chairman
Greg Barclay has been elected as the International Cricket Council's new independent chairman
Time right for the great American cricketing dream?
Prominent deep-pocketed investors are lined up to finance Major League Cricket, the world's top players are supposedly ready to sign on and, according to the ICC and USA Cricket research, there is a baked-in fan base of between 15 and 20 million waiting to be served.
'Aus ready for any challenge that India might throw'
Justin Langer said the contest would likely be an exciting one thanks to the two teams being evenly-matched.
SEE: Determined Jadeja trains in the rain
The rain may have played spoilsport but there was no stopping a determined Ravindra Jadeja from working on his fitness skills during the Indian team's training session in Sydney.
Ind vs Aus: This Pakistan player expects tight contest
Waqar said Australia will come hard at India as they must be still hurting from the defeat in the 2018 Test series at home.
New ICC president gets cracking
Greg Barclay, confirmed as chairman of the ICC, said they were contracted to deliver them within the current broadcasting agreement.
Select Your Indian team for 1st ODI vs Australia
Should Shikhar Dhawan open with Mayank Agarwal or Shubman Gill? Should India continue with K L Rahul in the middle order?
Cricket returns to Eden Gardens
Former Bengal captain Manoj Tiwary struck a 39-ball 61 to help Mohun Bagan secure a facile 17-run victory over Customs on Tuesday, as cricket returned to the iconic Eden Gardens in Kolkata amid the COVID-19 pandemic with the Bengal T20 Challenge.
India to host England for full tour next year: Ganguly
India is confident of hosting England for a full tour next year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, said BCCI president Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday.
Recuperating Rohit, Ishant out of Australia Tests?
They were kept in the Test squad for the series starting on December 17 but tough quarantine rules have made their availability uncertain.
Ganguly underwent 22 COVID tests in past four months!
BCCI president and former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday revealed that he underwent as many as 22 COVID-19 tests in the past four and a half months while trying to navigate his professional commitments amid the raging pandemic.
Gambhir on why Rohit should captain India's T20 team
Former India opener Gautam Gambhir has once again called for Rohit Sharma to lead India's T20 team instead of Virat Kohli.
'Jersey hai ya billboard?'
Pictures of Shihar Dhawan donning the new jersey were splashed across his social media handles.
Kohli, Ashwin in fray for ICC Player of the Decade
For ICC Women's Player of the Decade, Ellyse Perry (Australia), Meg Lanning (Australia), Suzie Bates (New Zealand), Stafanie Taylor (West Indies), Mithali Raj (India), Sarah Taylor (England) have been nominated.
Tendulkar on how Indian pacers can blunt Steve Smith
Steve Smith's unconventional technique will warrant a slightly wider line from Indian bowlers, the iconic Sachin Tendulkar said, urging the pacers to target the 'fifth stump' to blunt the redoubtable batsman during the upcoming series in Australia.
Series loss to India still annoys me, says Paine
Australia's Test captain Tim Paine admitted the series defeat to India two years ago still 'grinds' him, but pointed out that the hosts boast of a better all-round side this time around.
Adelaide Test to go ahead as planned: CA
'It's a hugely important series and after the year everyone had it is going to bring a huge amount of joy to cricketing fans.'
Why sledging is overrated in Ind-Aus ties
IPL is the reason...
Can Rahul, Mayank fill void left by Rohit in ODIs?
During last India Test series in Australia, Smith was banned for ball tampering and missed out on challenging one of his favourite opposition.
Clarke expects Kohli, Bumrah to stand up to Aussies
'If India don't have success in the One-dayers and the T20s, they are in deep trouble in the Test matches and they'll get smoked 4-0, in my opinion'.
India's 'fab five' can beat Aus in their den: Shastri
A mouth-watering four-Test series between the top two teams in the World Test Championship standings will get underway with a pink-ball conTest at Adelaide from December 17.
Buzz: Raina signs MoU to start academy
New Zealand's highest Test and one-day runs scorer, Taylor should achieve another milestone this season by becoming the most country's most capped player.
Warning bells for India as Smith has 'found his hands'
'The past few days I have found something ... I have found my hands which I am extremely excited about.'
SEE: Deepak Chahar plays DDLJ song on guitar
The India and Chennai Super Kings pacer pleasantly surprised everyone as he played Tujhe Dekha Toh Ye Jaana Sanam from the iconic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge.
Afridi misses flight, set to miss two LPL matches
In the absence of Afridi, vice-captain Bhanuka Rajapaksa could lead the Gladiators in the first few matches.
Rabada compares IPL bio-bubble to 'luxury prison'
Rabada is set to enter another bio-secure bubble against visiting England in a white-ball series starting on Friday.
Why South Africa won't take the knee in England series
South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada said it is a team decision to not take the knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in their upcoming white-ball series against England.
Why Ponting rates Stoinis so highly
Ricky Ponting believes all-rounder Marcus Stoinis is playing 'five times better' than what he was a year ago and could take up multiple roles for Australian cricket in limited overs cricket, including the job of a finisher.
How Kohli's motivational words helped Siraj
Skipper Virat Kohli's advice to 'be strong' has helped Siraj stay afloat
Kirsten turns 53, Yuvraj, Raina lead wishes
Gary Kirsten, who led the Indian cricket team to their second ODI World Cup glory, turned 53 on Monday.
Suresh Raina's birthday pledge
Suresh Raina to build sanitation, drinking water facilities at 34 schools
What's Gill's plan of action for the Australia tour?
Gill is a part of India's ODI and Test squad and would be looking to find a place in the playing XI.
Suryakumar should have been picked for Australia: Lara
West Indies great Brian Lara believes that a batsman of Suryakumar Yadav's calibre should have been in the Indian white-ball squad for the tour of Australia.
When luck favoured Viv in India
Who knows what would have happened if the dice of fate had not gone Viv's way during the Delhi Test?
'Aus pace attack stronger, more balanced than India's'
'... But India lacks solid backup to Bumrah, Shami, and Yadav. Bumrah is a fine paceman. He has very good durability. I think India needs to use him in such a way that he is as fresh as possible for each Test match.'
Buzz: Azam-led Pak squad depart for New Zealand tour
Ahead of their departure, the skipper shared a picture on Twitter and captioned it as: "Next stop, New Zealand."
'Family man' Warner says life in bio-bubble is tough
Australia opener David Warner admitted that playing cricket while living inside bio-bubbles in the times of COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on his family life, and said his primary target now is to represent his country in the next two T20 World Cups.
Why captain Rahane will be tough to crack for Aus
Warner lauded Kohli's decision to be with his wife for the big day, while praising India's Test vice-captain Rahane for his measured approach.
Warner 'ready to embrace' any opening partner
'But as we know it's harder to get out of this team than get in, so whoever they go with, I'll be well and truly happy with, as long as the person who comes in does their job.'
Team India celebrates Saini's birthday
Fast bowler Navdeep Saini opted for a quiet birthday with cup cakes in the dressing room.
My days are numbered in international cricket: Warner
Known for his on-field aggression, Australia opener David Warner said he would prefer to look the other way if Indians try to get chatty with him in the two-month long series starting this week.
What are Dhoni and Sania up to?
At Sakshi's birthday party were Sania Mirza and her husband Shoaib Malik.