The past disputes between the players and the West Indies Cricket Board are well-documented and the IPL has contributed to the team's travails in the longest format, feels Hooper.
The umpires decided to change the match ball, which was 44.3 overs old, ahead of the third day in St. Lucia. which prompted Sri Lanka's players to stay in their dressing room.
The skipper believes that it would be a golden chance for the young Pakistan players to play international matches in front of their home crowd which would in turn also help in boosting their morale.
New Delhi: The BCCI today retained Sanjay Bangar as the batting coach while Abhay Sharma will continue as the fielding coach of the Indian cricket team for the upcoming tour of the West Indies. The
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Mumbai: All-India cricket senior selection committee chairman Sandeep Patil on Tuesday said India’s limited overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni wanted to lead a new-look side for the Zimbabwe tour starting from June 11 and help
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Christchurch: Former Kiwi all-rounder Craig McMillan has been named the batting coach for New Zealand for their tour of the Caribbean starting later this month.New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said the 37-year-old was the “best fit”
Mumbai, April 28: On Friday,the BCCI announced a 15-member India A squad to tour the West Indies.The team included Akshay Darekar, son of a Dadar handbg seller Arun Darekar.Left-arm spinner Akshay joines the likes of
Chennai, May 13: Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar were among the seniors who were rested as the national selectors today recalled Tamil Nadu batsman S Badrinath and Bengal wicketkeeper Wriddhimaan Saha in India's