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newscricket7 days ago

IND vs AUS | CA lauds Indian team's 'resilience', 'courage' and 'skill' post their historic win

Indian cricket team awed the whole cricketing fraternity with their epic Gabba win and CA have congratulated them for their 'resilience' and 'courage'. They added that the classic series between the two rivals that saw India winning 2-1 with the Gabba victory, will be remembered for ages.
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featurecricket7 days ago

Not taking the Aussie bait was this Indian team’s biggest legacy Down Under

Grit, gumption, determination, character, intent, approach, audacity, and much more. The Indian Tour of Australia 2020-21 will surely be remembered as much for the kind of cricket India played in the southern hemisphere as for the raving qualities they had been bestowed upon.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket8 days ago

Chuck, Marry and Frill | Who Mumbai Indians should let go and retain ahead of IPL 2021

Let us not kid ourselves: Mumbai Indians, like they did in 2020, are going to run away with the IPL title in 2021. It is a matter of ‘when’ and ‘how’ more than if. This article, mind you, is being done as a mere formality, just like how the trophy presentation for MI will be in about 5 months time.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket13 days ago

Look after Jasprit Bumrah well, he will lead the bowling attack for a long time, advises Gautam Gambhir 

Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir has asked the India think-tank to take proper care of Jasprit Bumrah as he reckons that he will lead the Indian attack for a long time. He also added that Bumrah will be even more threatening on the low and slow Indian wickets where the ball reverses as well.
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featurecricket13 days ago

The Game Plan’nt | How India can(t) beat Australia and breach the Gabba fortress

No visiting side has breached ‘Fortress Gabba’ in 32 years, which means that it’s destined that the second string India ‘A’ team will walk away with the BG Trophy in precisely five days’ time. How they can win is something that’s been widely discussed, so we’ve thrown in a few ideas that could work.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket13 days ago

IND vs AUS | Smith’s actions didn’t affect Pant, he was unaware and unbothered, clarifies Vikram Rathour

India’s batting coach Vikram Rathour has clarified that Steve Smith’s actions on Day 5 had no bearing on Rishabh Pant’s batting and claimed that the youngster, in fact, was unaware that Smith had strode to the crease. Rathour further asserted that a call on Bumrah’s fitness will be taken tomorrow.
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newscricket15 days ago

Reports | Washington Sundar in line to make his Test debut against Aussies at the Gabba

Tamil Nadu all-rounder Washington Sundar who stayed back in Indian squad after white-ball series may well make his Test debut in the series decider at the Gabba. Prithvi Shaw is also likely to play if Mayank Agarwal fails to recover from the injury scare he got at the nets ahead of the next Test.
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newscricket15 days ago

Reports | Jasprit Bumrah ruled out of Brisbane Test with an abdomen injury

India have decided not to risk Jasprit Bumrah in Brisbane as the pacer suffered an abdomen injury that could worsen further. While the team is awaiting the scan reports, for now, it has emerged that Mayank Agarwal, who was in line for a game, has suffered an injury in the nets and went for a scan.
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newscricket15 days ago

Reports | BCCI source reveals details of racist abuse on Siraj during the Sydney Test

Following the conclusion of the Sydney Test, the BCCI sources, as per TOI’s reports, have stated that the crowd used ‘brown dog’ and ‘big monkey’ as the two racist slurs to Mohammed Siraj. The sources also added that the players immediately reported after they were affected by the incident.
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newscricket16 days ago

IND vs AUS | ICC should look into racial abuses in Australia and resolve it, states Mohammad Azharuddin

Mohammad Azharuddin has stated that the International Cricket Council (ICC) must look into the racial abuses in Australia and should resolve the matter as soon as possible. The former Indian skipper also echoed the public sentiment that the culprits should be ejected and not allowed at the venue.
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